Sony unveils the Xperia U, Xperia V and Xperia J
Right now we are in Berlin IFA 2012 and Sony is sweeping the first day of the fair, presenting new handsets, PCs and tablets. Just a few moments showed the new Xperia phones triad, each with its peculiarities that make it interesting.
On the one hand we have the Xperia T that boasts a 4.6-inch screen and Bravia Engine engine, we had seen in other family terminals and includes technology Xperia Sleep-to-snap, which allows the phone out of sleep mode to capture with the camera in no time, like what HTC has already in its current One also incorporates NFC terminals and a resolution of 1280 X 720 px. For the camera have a 13-Megapixel rear and 1080p video recording and a front that at 720p. Another interesting detail is PlayStation certified, so you will have good games powered by a dual core 1.5Ghz and HDMI or MHL will be able to deliver content on larger screens. A possible failure of the terminal is coming to market with Ice Cream Sandwich, but can be upgraded to Jelly Bean.
If we go to the younger brother, we have the Xperia V, which is attractive as LTE connectivity (so we assume it will be for the U.S. market) and water resistant, as would the Motorola Defy. The other features are very similar to Xperia T, I’m not sure why Sony would release two nearly identical terminals.
On the side of the Xperia J, is the younger brother of the presented, aimed at a young audience, but that does not stop being picky. It features a 4-inch screen wil, 1Ghz processor and a camera 5Mpx.
So far there are few details on the terminals, but soon we will have a hands-on terminals.Tags: IFA 2012, Sony Xperia J, Sony Xperia V, T Sony Xperia