The Xperia E is expected to launch in February 2013 and will be the latest midrange addition to Sony’s Xperia series. This Android smartphone is perfect for those who want a stylish phone that looks great without being flashy. The Sony Xperia E doesn’t merely look good – the smartphone works well too. Let’s have a look at some of its features and specifications.
Sony Xperia E
Stylishly thin with dimensions of 113.5 x 61.8 x 11 mm (4.47 x 2.43 x 0.43 in) and weighing 115.7 g (4.06 oz.), the Xperia E is perfectly sleek, incredibly lightweight and extremely portable. Its curved back and sleek design will make it sit perfectly in the palm of the hand and is small enough to be operated with your thumb.
Compared to the display giants from Samsung this latest from Sony is small by comparison at just 3.5” 320 x 480 with a pixel density of 165 ppi. However its more than a decent enough display for a phone this size.
Processor, GPU, RAM and Storage
The Sony Xperia E has a 1 GHz Cortex-A5 processor with a Qualcomm MSM7227A Snapdragon chipset and Adreno 200 GPU. There is 512 MB of RAM and 4 GB of internal memory. You will also be able to expand the smartphone’s storage capacity up to 32 GB via the microSD slot.
There’s nothing special here (no 4G) the E offers standard connectivity features including GPRS (up to 86 kbps), EDGE (up to 237 kbps), Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n, DLNA, Wi-Fi hotspot), and Bluetooth (v2.1). There is also a microSD port.
The smartphone has a 3.15 MP (2048×1536 pixels) rear-facing camera, but no front-facing camera. The phone comes with an easy-to-use PlayMemories Online app that will let you upload the pictures you take and the videos you make using your smartphone camera and access them any time in a hassle-free manner. You won’t have to convert, resize or encode anything. Simply tap a button and your pictures and videos will be stored online for future use.
Xperia E features HD Voice, which lets you make crystal clear calls even from the most crowded and noisy places. Its noise cancellation feature lets you be heard loud and clear on the other side by filtering out most of the background sounds and noises. This makes the smartphone perfect for those who travel on public transport aloy and have to make calls whilst on the move.
Data Usage Management
The Sony Xperia E features a data usage app that enables you to manage your internet data usage, which means you can control your data costs and hence your phone bill.
Advanced Power Management Functionality
The smartphone has power management functionality, which prevents battery drain and lets it run for longer periods. The extended standby mode increases your smartphone’s standby times by as much as four times.
Sony WALKMAN App
The Sony Xpress E is truly a music machine. The smartphones has great speakers that deliver excellent sound quality. The phone features the simple and easy-to-use Sony WALKMAN app that will let you create and play your own playlists in seconds. There’s also xLoud to get the loudness to your liking and a graphic equalizer for getting the right sound mix.
Xperia E Official Video
Whilst it offers nothing special when compared to the plethora of new smartphones being released on an almost daily basis, it does have the looks and build quality to be able to compete and catch the eye of any potential suitor. But will this be enough? It all depends on how much TV airtime the handset receives and whether Sony truly pushes this handset to the midrange purchasers its aimed at.
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