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Sony accepting pre-orders on Sony Xperia E dual, unlocked in U.S. for $199.99

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Sony accepting pre-orders on Sony Xperia E dual, unlocked in U.S. for $199.99
Sony is now accepting pre-orders on the Sony Xperia E dual in the United States. The device will be shipped next week and if you pre-order it from Sony now, shipping will be free. The cost of the phone is $199.99 unlocked and the model is available in champagne or black. You can change which SIM card you want to be active with a touch, and even set a certain time of the day when one particular SIM card is operational. There is also a special app that allows you to keep track of your battery life while monitoring your data usage at the same time.

Sony is taking pre-orders on the Sony Xperia E dual

Sony is taking pre-orders on the Sony Xperia E dual

The Sony Xperia E dual offers a 3.5 inch screen with resolution of 320 x 480 which adds up to a 165 ppi pixel density. A single-core 1GHz processor is under the hood while the Adreno 200 GPU crunches the graphics. 512MB of RAM is on board and 2.2GB of storage space is available to the user. You can expand memory with the use of a microSD card. A 3.2MP camera on back captures video at 480p and power is supplied by a 1500mAh battery. Android 4.0 is installed out of the box.

Obviously, this is not your high end model, but is pretty typical for a dual SIM enabled handset. If you're interested in pre-ordering the Sony Xperia E duel, visit the sourcelink.

source: Sony via AndroidAuthority

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posted on 22 Feb 2013, 12:03 1

1. hepresearch (unregistered)


I would happily throw down $200 to try this out. I said the same thing about the idea of a low-end Apple iPhone variant suggested to be in the pipeline, and I mean it. If a nice phone with fairly recent software, half-decent specs, looking likely to work well, and a less-than-4" touch screen appears for $200, I'm in on the idea.

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