Review: Sony Xperia Ion for AT&T
The phone and address book applications of the Ion barely differ from those of other Android 2.3 devices. The phone and contact app are one, and share a tabbed appearance that offers access to the phone, recent calls, the full contact list, and favorites thanks to software buttons lining the bottom of the app. Basic calling features include easy access to the mute button, speakerphone, number pad, and contacts app.
The contact database is familiar territory to anyone who's used an Android device before. Power-user shortcuts, such as long-presses and short swipes, call up extra options.
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