The Sony Xperia C4 is invested on pumping up the proven concept of Xperia C3 – a full pledged selfie shooter. Just like its predecessor, this device boasts a 5MP front camera, and on top of that is an LED flash situated just right beside it. The specs of its camera are enhanced compared to its predecessor’s, providing a more polished looking product in every selfie taken with it.
As for its primary camera, this is where things get serious. Sony has added key improvements when it comes to Xperia C4’s primary camera making it a phone to beat in the upper segment of the midrange market. It is equipped with a 13MP shooter with Sony’s signature sensor the Exmor RS for low lighting conditions. The shutter speed is also reasonably fast, and it’s the single LED flash is always there when the sensor’s light sensitivity is not enough in low-light shooting.
For video recording, this device can produce full HD videos which are set at 1080p resolution. Another neat feature of its video recorder is the HDR video mode.
One of the biggest leap that this device has taken to set it apart from its predecessor is its new powerful chipset which is a Mediatek MT6752, replacing the old Snapdragon 410. On board, its new chipset is a fast octa-core Cortex A53 which runs at 1.5Ghz per core. To the processor in unleashing its full potential, Sony has also bestowed the Xperia C4 with a 2GB, for a seamless multi-app experience. To accommodate your need for application, files, and all other stuff, it has a built in memory of 16GB which is expandable via its microSD card slot.
Sleek and Sexy
Sony has finally gone down the path of creating smartphones with thin bezels such as the C4. Though its bezel could use more trimming, it cannot be denied that what they’ve done so far made this device look a whole lot sexier than its predecessors. You can see an evident improvement with its screen to body ratio compared to Sony’s earlier smartphones.