Mobile Cellphone Info has posted a new item, 'Sony introduces 4.6″ Xperia SP
and 4.3″ Xperia L'
Sony has just announced its new Xperia SP and Xperia L which is a mid to entry
level Android smart phone device positioned right below its flagship Xperia
Z/ZL. In 2012, we saw Sony NXT Series with the Xperia S, P and U which looked
rather identical. This time around, the 2 new devices are distinctively
different and inherits some of the interesting features from previous devices.
Read on for the full details.
Sony Xperia SP
First up is the Sony Xperia SP which features an all aluminium frame that gives
it a more premium feel. The front comes with a 4.6 Reality Display that pushes
1280720 pixels resolution giving a pixel density of 319ppi. Powering the device
is a dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor running at 1.7GHz which is
mated with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage. It also comes with expandable microSD
card storage, a 8MP rear camera and a dedicated camera button with Fast Capture.
Over at the front theres also a VGA camera for conference calls. On-board it
comes with a decent 2,370mAh battery, NFC connectivity and overall it weighs 155
grams. It comes with 3 colours Black, White & Red.
Whats more interesting with the Xperia SP is that the transparent belt is back
and is now customisable with various colours. Not only it changes colours like
the Xperia U, but you can even pick what colour to represent the type of
notifications. Owners of the Xperia U would typically customise their
transparent belt colours via a 3rd party app.
Following the Xperia Z design, the Xperia SP also features the brushed aluminium
power button thats located on the right side for easy reach. Overall, it does
look like an interesting mid-range device and a worthy replacement of the former
aluminium clad Xperia P.
For more details of the Xperia SP, head over to Sonys product page.
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