Choosing bridal shoes used to involve a monumental decision between colors as widely varied as white, ivory, and ecru. Then the lucky bride picked a heel that ranged between middling high and middling low, and none of it mattered because her shoes were completely hidden by her floor sweeping wedding gown. If you love the traditional bridal look, there are still plenty of classic options. But if you were hoping for something a little wilder, you're in luck. The latest bridal shoe collections are fun, chic, and offer enough variety real variety to satisfy anyone. The first thing you'll notice is color, color, color. As the white wedding dress becomes less and less of a must, there are more opportunities to explore your options with your shoes. You can choose shoes to pick up highlights in your wedding gown or match a colored sash, or even (though this is trickier) shoes to match a favorite color from your bouquet. If you prefer not to have an exact match, look at coordinating or complimentary colors. And if you'd like to you'd to be entirely out of the realm of matchiness, gold shoes will go with most white gowns, with or without colored highlights. Another nice touch is to choose shoes that match your bridesmaids' dresses. It's a nice little shout out to your girls, and it visually unifies your wedding party. A fun trend for the New Year is bridal shoes with contrasting heel colors. They add a playful touch to your look, and are a sly way to draw the eye down to make sure people appreciate your full ensemble. Black and white is a striking and elegant look, but you can also play with a neutral color for the shoe and bright, fruity colors for the heels. A pastel shoe with a deeply colored heel is an intriguing (and pretty) look, but if you're a girl who's gotta be daring, you can find bright on bright as well. Shine is also big for 2009. Patent leather and other, more vegetarian friendly materials are a great way to add some zing to a shoe in a neutral color or to make a bold color even bolder. A few discreet crystals have always been welcome on a wedding shoe, but now you'll see much more bling aimed at your feet. Not only will you see more and bigger crystals and beads available, you'll see jewels of all kinds. Still not enough? You may want to walk a few feathers down the aisle, or meet the discreet little bow's sassy younger sister, the Big Honkin' Look at Me Bow. Finally, let's go back to that traditional full length wedding gown. Though it may be traditional, it can be your toes' best friend since it completely covers your shoes, you can get away with just about anything. You can dress for comfort If you're in pink fuzzy slippers, who's gonna know? or you can skip a step and go ahead and wear the cha cha heels you were planning on changing into for the reception. 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However, it was not long before Apple and Samsung captured the market with iPhone and Galaxy series respectively. Over the course of the past 3 4 years, the Japanese giant has tried hard to catch up with the leaders, but has faltered time and again. But this year exactly a year dissolving its JV with Ericsson Sony has been quick on the ball, bringing its flagship smartphone Xperia Z (touting a full HD screen measuring 5 inch) ahead of Samsung, the big fish of the Android sea. But does Xperia Z have what it takes to beat the current competitors as well as the upcoming rivals, specially Galaxy S IV? Read our review to find out. Sony Xperia Z comes with a 5 inch TFT screen that supports 1920x1080p resolution and 441ppi pixel density. It runs on a quad core 1.5GHz Krait processor with 2GB RAM and features 16GB internal storage, with 32GB microSD card support. This phone sports a 13MP snapper with LED flash on the rear and a 2.2MP camera in the front. You can look forward to 2G, 3G, 4G and Wi Fi for internet access in this phone, while files can be transferred via NFC, Bluetooth 4.0 and microUSB 2.0. The first thing you will notice about this phone is how compact and sophisticated it looks, despite a 5 inch screen. Sony has used on screen keys in Xperia Z and the bezel above and below the screen is minimal, so you get a phablet that fits in the palm without any issues. The device follows the design theme that the manufacturer has used since last year and has a glass back. We reviewed a white coloured unit that did not attract too many fingerprints, though they may be more prominent in the purple and black coloured devices. The sturdiness of Sony Xperia Z sets it apart from the growing crop of smartphones with full HD displays. It can survive without any damage when dipped in 1meter deep water for up to 30 minutes and is resistant to dust. The glass used in the phone is resistant to scratches and will not break despite tremendous pressure, the company claims. When we tested the validity of these claims, we were not disappointed and the phone came out with flying colours. It is assisted in water resistance by all the flaps that cover each port of the body. This means that the microUSB port and microSD slot on the right as well as the sim card tray on the left are covered and do not let water and dust in. Same goes for the earphone jack on top of the device. What we did not like about the build of the device was that instead of a sim card tray, Xperia Z has a very poor quality plastic sleeve, as compared to the metal tray used in HTC Butterfly, a rival. Another problem was that when struggling to open its flap, the plastic covering on the flap came off without much force, which hints at imperfect craftsmanship on Sony's part. But overall, looks of the phone are striking indeed. Sony Xperia Z comes with Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) and an Android 4.2 update is being readied right now. The stock OS is skinned with its proprietary UI that adds a few features that will be appreciated by buyers, but never slow down the phone despite heavy customisation. One feature you get on this phone is 'small apps', which are basically apps that appear on top of the screen and can be moved around and resized. Samsung and LG offer these under the names Mini Apps and QSlide Apps, respectively. On Xperia Z, Sony offers only four small apps Calculator, Notes, Voice Recorder and Timer, and if you want more, you can simply head to Google Play store. Other features on software side you can look forward to are deep Facebook integration, Face Unlock, handwriting recognition, Walkman Music Player, Movie Editor and Stamina Mode (battery saver). The phone is Playstation Certified and has access to a host of PS games optimised for mobile screen. Xperia Z's quad core processor is clocked at 1.5GHz and packs quite a powerful punch. We tried it out on Antutu, which is a compound test that tests devices on parameters like CPU performance, display, 2D and 3D graphics and microSD card reading/writing speeds. We are happy to report that our review unit got an average score of 19104, matching those of HTC Butterfly and LG Optimus G (two of the most powerful smartphones in the market right now). So there should be no doubts about this phone's computing prowess. Google's Project Butter and the powerful processor together ensure that there is never any lag. The battery lasts over half a day easily with Stamina Mode turned on. Last year, a quad core processor was the main feature that set flagship smartphones apart from their predecessors and this year, the distinguishing aspect is a full HD display. Sony Xperia Z has a beautiful screen that supports full HD resolution, but it lacks the contrast that adds life to images and videos. Viewing angles and sunlight legibility (even with the brightness cranked to the max) of the screen are also below par. However, the pixel density of 441ppi ensures there is no pixilation and content appears crisp and vivid. A 13MP primary camera is strapped on the back of Xperia Z and comes with two modes standard and superior. You get to click 13MP photos with the former, while latter restricts the image size to 12MP. However, the advantage of superior mode is that optimises various parameters in accordance to the scene you are capturing in order to get the best possible result. The photos clicked with this mode are much better than that in standard mode. However, the image quality in both modes is far from what we expected from such a powerful camera. The images suffer from slight noise under lowlight conditions and colours are not true. But the contrast level and white balance of the pictures are good. If you want to click photos for Facebook and Instagram, this camera will do well, but do not expect it to replace your point and shoot camera despite the 13MP sensor rating. The 2.2MP front facing camera does its job well during video calls. Coming to video playback, Xperia Z benefits from its full HD capable screen that handles high resolution videos at high bitrates with ease. Sony Mobile Bravia Engine 2 makes video viewing a thoroughly enjoyable affair by making images clearer, sharper and more natural. The audio output also pleased us with xLoud mode turned on. The video player pulls details of movies you have added to your library from the internet, just like Infinity feature of the music player does for lyrics. Well, Sony's biggest rival in India right now is HTC Butterfly, which also has a full HD screen and an equally powerful processor. Other rivals include Nokia Lumia 920, BlackBerry Z10, while it will also have to contend against Samsung Galaxy S IV and LG Optimus G Pro when they hit India. Nokia Lumia 920 and BlackBerry Z10 boast of a different user experience as compared to Android smartphones. Nokia's flagship boasts of an amazing camera and WP8 OS, which offers a refreshing change from Android and iOS interface. On the other hand, BB10 powered Z10 has unmatched security features and software optimisations that will please corporate buyers. But both of them lose out to Xperia Z due to its more powerful processor, better display and durability. Now let's talk of a more evenly matched opponent HTC Butterfly. During our review, we found it had an equally potent chipset and gorgeous screen, among other features. Sony gains an edge over Butterfly due to its sturdier build quality and relatively higher water and dust resistance. Butterfly looks more elegant than Xperia Z, though opinions were divided within our team. However, the rather noticeable price difference of Rs 6,500 puts the odds in the favour of Sony's new flagship model. As Samsung Galaxy S IV and LG Optimus G Pro are yet to arrive in our hands, we reserve our judgement in this matter. Those who believed in Sony's capabilities will be graciously rewarded with a thoroughly enjoyable time with Xperia Z. It is a very capable smartphone that offers a fluid user experience and top notch computing power and a beautiful screen. It gains a considerable edge over rivals due to its relatively lower price tag despite similar features and will provide all that you need from a top end smartphone. It is a very good phone when you consider the features it offers for Rs 38,990, whereas rivals cost Rs 45,000 plus. We feel that if you are in the market for a full HD smartphone with enough number of apps without crossing the Rs 40,000 price barrier, then Xperia Z is the phone for you. 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