Apps for Sony Xperia V

Description

Sony Xperia V is an LTE-capable Android handset that is also water and dust-proof. In fact, Sony claims that their Xperia V offers the highest grade of water resistance among all smartphones available today. What you'll find under the hood of the Sony Xperia V is a 1.5GHz dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM. The 4.3-inch Reality Display on its front has a resolution of 720 by 1280 pixels, and its main camera can take photos at 13 megapixels. Not too shabby for something that is also meant to resist the elements, don't you think? The unit itself is 10.7 millimeters thick, which is a bit on the chubby side, but at least it is rather light as it tips the scales at only 120 grams. The smartphone will come in white, black, and pink. On the software side of things, expect Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich running out of the box, further enhanced using Sony's usual set of Android customization tweaks. Also, Sony's Music Unlimited service will come pre-installed, with a free 60-day trial for everyone who buys the smartphone.

Hot Reviews
  • Chess Free

    Excellent.. :D It's nice to beat the lvl12 but the cpu takes time to move .. It makes me feel bored waiting for a his move..

  • Lara Croft: Relic Run

    And i really like the game...i dont know how it will be later, mybe i see some problems then i let u know...but right now super for 5 stars !!!

  • MX Player

    I see a bug, hangs in lock window and continuously pops the display On and Off during the hang. My device Moto X Play running on Android Marshmallow. Conclusion : display doesn't respond to power button during hang of background running MX player

  • Where's My Water? 2

    **Figured out how to disable the annoying adds: enable flight mode on your device.** Can I at least finish one level without watching another add. I spend more time watching adds than playing the game. That is after I paid to get the levels unlocked! I have no problem with adds in free games but this is ridiculous.

  • Vector

    The game is beautiful and runs well. Unfortunately, the developer decided to go with swipe controls, which works in some games... but not this one. Instead of immediate response time, you end up doing what you want approximately 2/3 of the time, if that, as the game decides whether or not to listen to you on a mysterious algorithm that I have no idea about. TL;DR: Don't play this on a large screen, since it won't control as you want it to.

  • Fake Call 2

    Annoying adds, but very useful to get off of annoying people or uncomfortable or boring situations.

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