Xperia E, the new handset Sony economic
Sony has introduced the newest member of its line of smartphones, the Sony Xperia E , a smart phone into savings, both in office and in its price. However, the Japanese company has not revealed how much the device when it hits the market, something that no one knows when.
What we do know are the specifications of this handset, which, like all Xperia launched in 2012 , will use Jelly Bean. They are:
- 3.5-inch screen with a resolution of 480×320 pixels.
- Qualcomm Snapdragon processor at 1.5 GHz
- 512 MB of RAM.
- 3.2 megapixel camera.
- 4 GB of internal storage, expandable to 32 GB via microSD cards.
- Battery 1500 mAh (lasts about six hours talk time and up to 530 at rest).
In addition, Sony has included several applications to help reduce battery consumption. For example, when the screen is locked Xperia E for several minutes will disable the 3G and WLAN and most apps pass to a resting state. However, the functions of phone and text messaging will continue to operate at all times.
Similarly, we have added a program that monitors the use of the data, so the user will always know how much you spend and can cut back. In fact, it will be selling two models of the terminal and one of them will have the ability to use two SIM cards, according to its manufacturer says, can be selected with a single touch.
Furthermore, the E will Xperia other applications installed by default Sony Walkman or as Music. It also uses a noise cancellation system for optimum quality on calls “in any environment.”
However, until the company does not reveal what the price of the phone, it’s hard to say if it really will be a significant savings with this terminal, which has a fairly modest specifications, especially as a processor and especially resolution concerned. If the price is similar to other low-end phones, will be a good choice, but if it’s higher, could disappoint.Tags: Sony, Sony Xperia