Unannounced Sony Xperia E4 shows up, thin bezels included
posted by Florin T. / Dec 12, 2014, 12:59 PM
Polish website Teleguru today posted several photos of the alleged Xperia E4, revealing a handset with a design that seems a bit unusual for Sony. The new Xperia has pretty thin bezels (unlike the E3), and rounded corners. Even so, it’s likely larger than the E3, as it sports a 5-inch display with 540 x 960 pixels instead of the 4.5-inch, 480 x 854 pixels panel of the older smartphone. Other expected features include a quad-core 1.3 GHz MediaTek MT6582 processor, 1 GB of RAM, and Android 4.4 KitKat.
The Xperia E4 that’s been photographed - you can see it in the slideshow below - is a single SIM device (E2105), but a dual SIM model (E2115) should also exist.
It’s said that Sony will announce the Xperia E4 at MWC 2015 in early March, with the intention of releasing it later that month. The smartphone could cost around $200, and should be updated to Android 5.0 Lollipop not long after launch. Take a look at the handset and let us know if you like what you're seeing:
source: Teleguru (translated) via Xperia Blog
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And they wonder why their products doesn't makes them profit.
posted on Dec 12, 2014, 1:15 PM 7
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thats not the thing...their specs are ridiculous that no on want to buy their phones...even worse they prices are higher than normal...e.g. Moto G and Xperia E3 had almost the same price even though moto G is a superior phone in terms of specs and performance
posted on Dec 13, 2014, 1:00 AM 0
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wtf 1 GB RAM? isn't it a bit old? Galaxy A series and E series seems like a better deal for people if they are at equal/near price tag i am not biased to Sammy but i think that is how it will sound!
posted on Dec 12, 2014, 2:00 PM 3
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As Wall Street Journal noted in October, Sony gets rave reviews from critics, but doesn't know how to market and distribute its phones. It rarely runs ads, and it doesn't work with carriers (as every other company does, like Samsung and Apple) to carry its products. So, what gives? Why go through the trouble of designing yet another product, sourcing the materials (or in the case of Sony, actually going through the trouble to produce them itself), and then having the phones put together--only to have them sit in warehouses because you refuse to market your own products?
posted on Dec 12, 2014, 11:27 PM 0
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