Last week, Sony announced a new addition to its Xperia line up, the entry level Xperia E. The handset joins a number of notable high end and mid range offerings from the Japanese manufacturer’s Android powered smartphone range, making it the first affordable option in the range for quite some time.
The Xperia E looks set to be a popular smartphone model, given its affordable price tag while still boasting a number of impressive features. The phone includes a 3.5 inch display, 1 GHz single-core processor, 3.15 megapixel camera and 4 GB internal storage which can be expanded using the integrated microSD slot. While the handset is clearly not the most advanced out there, it is actually more up to date in terms of its software than its high end and mid range counterparts, sporting Android jellybean v4.1, whilst its counterparts are still awaiting an update from the current Ice Cream Sandwich version. Visit PhonesLimited for upcoming Sony Xperia E Deals.
We recently reported on the announcement of the handset, with pricing set to be around £130 for the SIM free handset. Plans for the phone’s availability have now begun to surface also. When Sony announced a phone, a Q1 2013 launch was indicated, but a more specific time frame of February has been revealed by Carphone Warehouse. The well known high street mobile phone retailer has made the Sony Xperia E available for pre-order on its website. Visit our website to find out more about the Sony Xperia E.
The Xperia E is set to be launched alongside a dual SIM variant called the Xperia E dual. Boasting the same spec list it also offers the added bonus of dual SIM functionality, so the device will perfectly suit frequent travellers or those who wish to keep their personal and business calls separate without carrying two different phones.
As soon as we hear of any updates regarding pricing and availability of the Sony Xperia E, we will keep you informed.