Sony Xperia SP/Sony Xperia L Announced In India

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When Sony unveiled its Xperia Z smartphone at the CES 2013 and showed its water resistant property, it led to exclaims of wonder. Sony is once again returned with a big announcement this week and has released two mid range Android Powered Smartphones, which will increase the members of the Xperia clan. The two smartphones have been christened the Xperia SP and Xperia L.

The Xperia SP features a high quality 4.6-inch HD Reality Display and is run by the Bravia TV line. The Smartphone also features the Bravia Engine 2 which gives excellent picture quality. The Xperia SP has an 4.6-inch 720p Display which will be powered by Bravia Engine. The screen boasts a resolution of 1280×720 pixels with a pixel density of 319 ppi. The device features a Dual Core 1.7 GHz processor and is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 along with a 1 GB of RAM. It also has  Adreno 320 as GPU for offering better graphics. The Xperia SP has 8GB of internal storage and can be augmented with the MicroSD Card slot.

The Xperia SP features uses the NFC technology for one touch functions for displaying content on TV and so also sharing with other devices. The device has 4G LTE compatibility. One interesting feature on the Xperia SP is the ‘Transparent Element’ which can aid the user to create his very own personalized color options like changing colors to notify incoming calls. The Transparent Element also pulses with the beat of the music.

Some of the other features include the 8 MP cameras and also a stamina mode which extends the life of the battery by more than 25%. The Phone is available in White, Red, and Black Colors. The price of the device has not been released by Sony.

Fresh after the success of the launch of Xperia Z and the Xperia ZL, Sony has unveiled two more Android Smartphone to its lineup for 2013. Both the devices are believed to be released for sale in the Q2 2013.

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