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Sony’s Xperia GX Landed at the FCC

The Federal Communications Commission have just given the green light for the new Sony Xperia GX, which means that the device will soon hit the U.S. market.

The device sports a 4.6-inch screen enables users to enjoy videos in full High Definition quality. To boost the clarity further, the screen also features Sony Mobile BRAVIA Engine. However, its main selling point is its 13 MP rear camera.

Sony recognizes that users are relying more on their camera phone instead of dedicated digital cameras to capture images. This is the main reason why it is bringing the integration of phones and digital cameras closer. Sony’s advantage is perhaps its long experience in producing digital cameras, which enables it to offer new camera technologies in their phones.

As for the Sony Xperia GX, the Japanese firm has thrown in features like Sony Exmor R, which is a CMOS sensor that allows snappers to deliver high quality photos even in low light conditions, such as when a subject is only illuminated by candlelight. HD video recording, which had previously been associated more with digital cameras, is possible on the Xperia GX, as well. Moreover, users can take 3D panorama images with this phone, allowing them to truly capture a moment for posterity.

For its OS, it is equipped with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich that should give some nice additions to its camera capabilities. Meanwhile, under the hood, the Sony Xperia GX is powered by a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor, and comes with 16 GB of internal storage capacity.

Sony also includes three news multimedia apps as a treat. A WALKMAN app enables users to search for and play music in high quality audio. The Album app lets users view images and videos, as well as share these online on web albums and Facebook. Lastly, the Movies app integrates both high quality video and audio to give users and pleasurable video viewing experience.

The phone is set for launching in Japan next month. As for the US and international markets, Sony has not revealed a release date.

via xperia blog

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