The Japanese company Sony has introduced a new “smartphone” for midrange Xperia family. It’s Xperia M, a device with four-inch screen and dual core processor that includes One-touch technology to connect wirelessly to other devices as well as known “Stamina” mode which improves the battery performance.
The device will be available globally in the third quarter of this year. After the arrival of the Xperia Z and ‘tablet’ of the same name, the Japanese company has focused on a mid-range device to increase Xperia family before the end of the year. This “smartphone” has 124 grams and 9.3 millimeters thick that exploits all the possibilities of the One-touch of the Japanese company.
The Xperia M features a four-inch TFT screen can reproduce 16 million colors and a resolution of 854 x 480 pixels. As for processor it has a 1.4GHz Dual Core Qualcomm Snapdragon with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean version, 1GB RAM and 4GB internal memory expandable to 32 GB via microSD card.
The new device incorporates two cameras, one 5 megapixel rear with LED flash and autofocus, ABLE to record HD video at 720p and another front. It also has NFC, WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, although it does not have 4G connection with LTE. As software has PlayStation certified, and all “smartphones” of Sony, the main Google services and One-touch technology.
With this technology, users can transfer files, listen to music or watching videos approaching the Xperia M to another Xperia M, the Sony Bluetooth speaker or Japanese Bravia TVs. It’s will be available in black, white, purple and green.