Sony Xperia E: Android Jelly Bean, managing battery consumption and dual SIM

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The Sony Xperia E has a 3.5 inch HVGA display and 320 x 480 pixel resolution. It is equipped with a Snapdragon Qualcomm MSM7227A processor at 1 GHz, and goes armed to the teeth with the Jelly Bean platform.

Sony Xperia E: Android Jelly Bean

The sound quality seems to be one of the strong points of the terminal. By applying WALKMAN application, which includes xLOUD, 3D surround sound and manual equalizer, you can create your playlists and dedicate yourself to enjoy the musical hits that more sound on the radio.

The HD voice functionality allows calls to have crystal clear sound and listen to the speaker loud and clear, as if it were only centimeters away. To which we should add the noise cancellation feature, which suppresses background noise for talks on the outside, even in crowded places.

This smartphone puts special emphasis on control battery consumption, so it is that when the mobile is inactive for a few minutes the WiFi and the data traffic is automatically disabled. As soon as you touch the screen, all other functions are active again. The application of use of information helps to administer the costs and to take a control of what you spend.

The Sony Xperia E incorporates a 3.2 megapixel camera with autofocus, and a 1,500 mAh battery that holds six hours talk time and 530 hours in standby mode. It is available with a single SIM and in version ‘Xperia E dual’ to change a card with a simple gesture and choose the plan of the most profitable data for each user.

As reported by Sony, the terminal window will hit in early 2013 in black, white and pink, to a price not yet disclosed.

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