Sony continually offers the consumers competitive mobile phones through their Xperia line. In fact, I'm currently using this one Xperia model, the Sony Xperia J.
With its 4-inch touch panel, I'm able to conveniently use the phone's features at its best. I can freely do texting since the spaces for the keyboard is right enough, I can view images clearly, and I can surf on the Internet even without zooming it in. In terms of appearance, the Xperia J's slight curve at the back is cute, the thickness is just fine, yet, the icons on the screen appeared plain.
Moreover, the phone's processor, Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.4 OS enables the up-to-date applications to run on my Xperia. Plus, the battery life is enough to stay on until the next day, and the body has a sturdy case as well.
However, I'd noticed that there are times when my phone experiences lags, it hangs a bit, and I need to turn it off a second or two to resume its normal activity. But thanks to Sony's free upgrade to the Jelly Bean OS, it enables my phone to work and fix some bugs and lagging problems I'd encountered before. Also, it allows my Xperia J to download the latest Android applications and software too.