The Sony Xperia C4 was released in the month of May this year. Sony aimed for the device to be the ultimate selfies, and paid special attention to the phone’s camera optimization.
An Octa-core 1.7 GHz Cortex-A53 powers the phone, with the chipset being Mediatek MT6752. The phone supports the 64-bit architecture for better performance. The Mali-T760MP2 is used for processing graphics in the device. The phone can run without any noticeable lags or shutters, thanks to the moderate specs.
The phone’s look is incredibly simple, and is definitely not one of the best designs made by Sony. The edges of the phone are curved, while the back of the phone is totally plain, with the usual Sony label on the back. The phone is available in three colors, which are mint green, white and black with the white one appealing the most. Moreover, the phone itself is quite large, with the dimensions being 150.3 x 77.4 x 7.9 mm, and the weight of the phone being 147 grams.
The Sony Xperia C4 supports a 5.5-Inch IPS LCD screen, with a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels, which makes it full HD. The screen has a ppi (pixel per inch) density of 401, making the images look sharp and clear. Sony claims that they have used the same Bravia screen as they use in their TVs to make the screen look brighter and the color look more vivid upon seeing. The screen is not reflective, and shows great colors, and the glass used is scratch resistant.
The one thing this camera is specifically made for is its front-camera. The device has a 5 Megapixel front-facing camera, which supports a LED Flash. The fact that the front camera has a lens can be incredibly useful for some people who tend to take selfies at low-light places. The camera contains a 25mm wide-angle lens, which means that the camera captures more area, and your friends have more space to fit into your selfies. The camera also consists several other options, like HDR mode and you can also add several effects to the photos. The back camera is 13 megapixels, and supports the same features as the front-facing camera. It can capture 1080p videos, and capture photographs at 4128 x 3096 pixels.
Software & Storage
The phone runs on the Android Lollipop v5.0 Operating system. The OS takes full advantage of the 64-bit architecture supported by the device, and runs the phone quite smoothly. Thanks to it, the multi-tasking experience becomes much easier. The device has an internal storage of 16 GB, with 2 GB of Ram to run and manage the apps. The memory is expandable to 128 GB via an external memory card.
The Xperia C4 is packed with a Li-ion 2,600 mAh Non-removable battery, which can last you a whole day on moderate usage with a full charge. While continuously playing videos, Sony claims that the device can last upto 8 hours, which is quite impressive.