Sony kicked off the IFA week with some great smartphone news – a new Xperia smartphone lineup. The three Xperia android smartphones and a tablet – all to come later this year, shed more light on the company’s potential in the communication electronics field. The three smartphones – the Xperia T, Xperia V and the Xperia J smartphones will have ‘global outlook’ and will target the an array of user types of end smartphone users from high end users who want expensive smartphones to those who want a sleek budget phone.
The Xperia T offers the best experience of the three devices, but it also happens to be the most expensive. The Xperia J is will target budget users and has both on-screen and nav buttons. Between the T and J is the Xperia V smartphone which is a perfect balance both in pricing and performance – it even has 4G capabilities but mid-range users should find it sufficient for their communication and daily use needs.
Sony Xperia T Detailed Specs
Processor: 1.5GHz dual core processor
Operating System: Android version 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich (Will be upgraded to Jelly Bean soon after launch)
Memory: 16GB inbuilt memory, up to 32GB microSD Support
Cameras: 13MP fast capture rear camera (goes from sleep mode to snap in slightly over a second) with full 1080p HD video recording capability for the rear camera and 720p HD for the front camera
Connectivity: ‘One-touch’ easy connectivity function enabled by NFC, MHL (to view content on a big screen without a charger), Xperia TV Dock used with MHL to HDMI converter and charging connector to view photos and videos on HDMI TV, Wi-Fi Hotspot functionality
Ports: Micro USB, 3.5 mm audio jack
Battery: 1850mAh (embedded) (up to 7 hrs talk time, 450 hrs standby time)
Others: PlayStation Certified; Comes in Black, Silver and White colors
Sony Xperia V Detailed Specs
Processor: 1.5GHz dual core processor (ultra-sharp graphics and fast performance capable)
Operating System: Android Ice Cream Sandwich, to be upgraded to 4.1 Jelly Bean after launch
Cameras: 13 MP rear camera with full HD video recording,
Storage: 8 GB inbuilt memory, up to microSD 32GB memory card support
Connectivity: One-touch ‘One-touch’ enabled by NFC (for easy connectivity); LTE capable
Ports: 3.5mm audio jack, Micro USB, MHL to view content on a big screen without a charger,
Battery: 1750mAh (Can provide Up to 7 hrs talk time, 300 hrs standby time)
Others: PlayStation™ Certified; Comes in White, Pink and Black colors, Clear audio+ for high level sound quality; Highest level dust and water resistance; Latest generation for improved battery life.
Sony Xperia J Detailed Specs
Operating System: Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (to be upgraded to Jelly Bean after launch)
Display: Large 4 inch FWVGA 480 x 854 pixels screen
Memory: 4GB internal storage (MicroSD card slot expandable up to 32GB)
Cameras: 5MP AF rear camera, VGA front chat camera
Connectivity: Wi-Fi Hotspot functionality
Battery: 1750mAh (Up to 5hrs 36mins talk time, 607 hrs talk time)
Ports: 3.5 mm audio jack
Build: 9.2mm slim stylish design, (124.3 x 61.2 x 9.2 mm), 124 grams
Others: Gold, Pink, White and Black colors, Social media updates with illumination
With these three smartphones, Sony has taken the competition in the smartphone market, particularly on the Android platform, a notch higher. There are no confirmations yet as to when these devices will be available in the American market, but keep checking with us, we will update you on any developments as soon as we hear something.