Updated: Sony Xperia E4 Surfaces specs
Sony meet many difficulties recently. Although they said that they will concentrate much on their high-end devices, but it doesn’t mean they will create much low and mid-range segment. Actually, Sony isn’t selling enough handsets and logically makes some troubles. The Sony Xperia E3 was unveiled in 2014, this handset was Sony’s low-mid range offering and interesting, we have some new info regarding its next generation, the Xperia E4.
Last year, this device was showed up at FCC and now its paid attention again. There are two surfaced renders, one of them doesn’t come with Sony’s logo (red), while the other one has larger bezels (blue). The first pic seems more reliable and possible, well, even probable actually. Besides that, via that pics, we can know more about its phone’s leather case. The red plastic case is also shown here, on the second less probable render, though as I already said, that image just seems off.
In additionally, the Xperia E4 will allegedly report a 5-inch along with 960 x 540 display. As for hardware specs, its phone will come with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of onboard storage (no idea for its expandable microSD or not). It is also reportedly power by MediaTek’s MT6582 quad-core processor clocked at 1.3GHz along with Mali-400 MP4 GPU for graphics. And for the photography, 5MP/1.9MP for main and secondary shooter is expected to be packed. Although there are no official words about its possible release date or anything of the sort. But looking back the visited thing at the FCC at the end of last year, it is possibly looks like that Sony plans to launch it during MWC (Mobile World Congress) in Barcelona in March.
It just a bunch of salt now, but at least we hear about that as well. Please keep reading and we will let you know soon.
Sony has just announced their Sony Xperia E4 as well as Sony Xperia E4 Dual. It seems that most of previous leak are completely true. In addtionally, its phone will have dual-SIM, 3G HSPA, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.1. There’s FM radio and Sony’s usual assortment of audio-enhancing tech.