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The moment we opened the box, the mint-coloured Sony Xperia C3 Dual grabbed our attention. This is probably the snazziest colour we’ve ever seen on a smartphone, and we expect fashionistas will approve. The phone is available in plain old black and white as well for those who aren’t feeling too adventurous. The C3 Dual is designed with Sony’s tried-and-tested (and overused) ‘omnibalance’ design style. While the entire body is made of plastic, a chrome trim runs along each side.

The SONY Xperia C3 Selfie Android phone with 5.5″ HD Display & has a quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor clocked at 1.2GHz under the hood with its staple Adreno 305 integrated GPU. The phone has 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage, of which only around 5.09GB is available for use. Fortunately, one can add up to 32GB more space using a microSD card.

The 5MP front camera is great for its purposes, but with a super wide angle lens and LED flash, you can use it for more than just selfies. Landscapes and fish-eye like vistas are all fair game. For narcissism though, it’s the perfect formula. The rear camera’s slightly disappointing really, with an 8MP sensor and seriously bright LED flash

I had absolutely no issues using those C3 over a period of almost 10 days. Not once did the phone stall, not once did an app lag. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processors makes this a optimised performer, with everything running smoothly like a well oiled machine. Some people might find the 1GB RAM a bit low for a phone like this.

In terms of battery, the Sony Xperia C3 is fitted with a Li-Ion 2500 mAh battery that should give all but the very heaviest users a full day of operation. It is non-replaceable, which is one negative aspect of the design, but in general the device is very well tuned and retained power very well in idle.

The C3 is a good overall phone. While both the cameras are good, don’t buy this phone just for the clickers. Look at this if you need a complete phone with some sacrifices being made for good build quality and a brand everyone recognises. Plus, this is a bit expensive for a phone with just 8GB storage and 1GB RAM.the mobile phone available with a price tag of $294 dollars.



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