Sony just added a new android phone on their Xperia Series for budget conscious consumers who want to have a taste of the latest Android OS, the Sony Xperia E. It will come in two variants: a single SIM and a “Xperia Edual” mode SIMs. Check out more details after the jump.
The Sony Xperia E will be running the latest iteration of Android OS (although the specs sheet says ICS) for users to enjoy the “buttery smooth” navigation on Jelly Bean. However, since this device has limited hardware, it might not be the case. It has a 3.5-inch HVGA display with 320×480 pixel resolution for optimal viewing experience.
[one_third]”HD Voice will make phone calls clearer than ever before”[/one_third]
Sony said that the Xperia E can be used to “stay on top of your data and battery usage” because of its dedicated feature that will automatically disable the mobile data or Wi-Fi after several minutes of being idle and asleep. Also, given its dual-SIM capability, switching from one network to another is just a few touches away allowing you “to stay on the most cost effective plan.”
Being affordable is not only Xperia E’s asset because it also comes with noteworthy features such as wireless DNLA connectivity, Walkman xLOUD technology for the best sound quality, HD Voice which will “make phone calls clearer than ever before.” Unfortunately, it will only be powered by a mediocre 1500mAh of battery so don’t expect a huge amount of uptime on this one.
Sony Xperia E Specs
- 3.5-inch HVGA display with 320×480 pixel resolution
- Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
- 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon™ MSM7227A processor
- 512MB RAM
- Internal phone storage: X GB (TBA)
- 3.2-megapixel camera with Auto focus
- VGA video recording
- Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi hotspot
- 3G / HSDPA / HSPA
- GPS, A-GPS
- microUSB v2.0
- Dimensions: 113.5 x 61.8 x 11.0 mm
- Weight: 115.7 grams
- Battery: 1500mAh
Sony Xperia E will be available starting Q1 of 2013. It will come in three colors namely; white, black, and pink. We’ll update you once we get some information on the price of Xperia E in the Philippines.
What is this, 2009? Only a 3.5″ screen and half a gig of RAM? What’s the point? It’s Sony, right? Not my phone or Alcatel. Geez.
sony is always late on implementing new android od because they are bent on fine tuning it and incorporating sony software depending on how high or low the model is.
Ok din… kaso daya talaga ng sony… kung yung ganitong klaseng specs kaya nila lagyan ng JB bakit ang Arc S hindi nila gagawan ? haha