Sony has just introduced the newest addition to their growing 2013 Xperia line of smartphones. The Xperia M is the new budget oriented smartphone with a 4-inch display and Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean OS.
Sony continues to expand its 2013 Xperia range with their newest addition, the Xperia M. Targeted at those strictly on a budget, the Xperia M aims to provide a premium Sony experience on their 4-inch mid-ranger positioned below their (currently cheapest) Xperia L.
Sony Xperia M (and M dual) Specifications:
- Qualcomm MSM8227 Snapdragon 400 Chipset
- 1 GHz Dual Krait 200 CPU
- 1 GB Of RAM
- 4-inch FWVGA (854 x 480) TFT Display
- 5 MP Exmor RS Rear Camera, AF, LED Flash
- 720p HD Video Recording @ 30 fps
- VFA Front Camera
- 4 GB Of Internal Storage
- Expandable Storage Via Micro SD Card Up To 32 GB
- Bluetooth 4.0, DLNA, NFC, One-touch Screen Mirroring
- Dual SIM support (M dual only)
- 9.3 mm Thick, 124 Grams Weight
- 10 Hours Talk Time on Full Battery
- Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean
The Xperia M packs a specification set which is very close to that of the Xperia L. The few downgrades include the 5 MP Exmor RS camera (down from 8 MP), 4 GB of internal storage and a smaller display (4-inch in place of 4.3-inch). Sony is marketing the new Xperia M as the one-touch smartphone, heavily emphasizing on the inclusion of NFC in their new mid-range wonder.
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Expect to see the Xperia M hit markets some time in Q3 2013 and for a very affordable price tag, between $250-$300 (unlocked). The Xperia M will be available in single SIM and dual-SIM variants and in four flavors, Black, White, Purple and Yellow.
via Sony Mobile