When the Sony Xperia S was announced at the Consumer Electronics Show earlier this year many took it to be just another smartphone from the maker. But when it actually appeared on the shelves it was found to be one gem of a handset.
This handset has 12MP camera on the back, 32GB storage capacity, 1.5GHz dual core processor, and 1GB RAM. It runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread and in the future it can be upgraded to the latest and the best ICS 4.0 in the future. It has got a lot of features and apps inside it, but what we are going to discuss today is a novelty for the most of the users- the NFC functioning. This is the thing that makes the handset not just happening but a major tool of convenience. Let us go a little deeper.
The SonyXperia S comes with two NFC tags that might seem quite mundane to the naked eye but as soon as the user get acquainted with them he comes to understand what miracles the Xperia S can perform with just one touch from the tags. All the user has to do is to do the desired settings for either of the tags and after switching on the NFC feature of the Xperia S just let the handset touch the tag. Done.
Either in the office or at home you can get your desired functions (no matter how many) on by just one touch. So there is no need to switch on the Wi-Fi, alarm, silent mode or vibrate mode, or music player like spotify separately. Everything can be done by just one NFC move.And folks, when the contactless money transfer become popular(it will, in the near future) you can even kill the plastic money by your mobile handsdet, that is Sony Xperia S.
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