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Sony Xperia E
Ilse Jurriƫn : December 5th 2012 - 13:25 CET
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SonySony Xperia E smartphone : Sony Mobile introduces a new Android smartphone. The Sony Xperia E is a compact and competitively priced smartphone, designed with simplicity in mind. The new Sony Xperia E will be put to market in a single SIM and Dual SIM version. Boasting outstanding HD voice quality and special noise cancellation, the Xperia E filters out background noise, making phone calls clearer than ever before. The new Android smartphone from Sony will be available beginning of 2013. The single SIM is available in the colors black, white and pink. The Sony Xperia E Dual SIM version comes in the colors black and gold.

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Sony Xperia E Android smartphone
The Sony Xperia E runs on the latest operating system from Google; Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. In addition, the Xperia smartphone is equipped with a 1Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and 512MB RAM memory for a fast and smooth operation. The 3.5" touchscreen makes it a joy to surf the internet, download apps or listen to your favorite music.

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Entertainment on the Sony Xperia E
In terms of entertainment, the Xperia E is equipped with the Walkman app from Sony. This applications allows you to enjoy your music in an easy way. So you can spend your time listening to music, instead of trying to figure out how features and functions work. The Xperia smartphone also features a 3.2 megapixel camera with autofocus. Video clips can be recorded in VGA quality.

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Data usage app on the Sony Xperia E
The new Android smartphone from Sony let consumers stay on top of data costs and power consumption. When the touch screen display of the Xperia E is in sleep mode for a few minutes, Wi-Fi and data traffic will be disabled and most applications will be inactive to save battery life and data usage costs. In addition, the Xperia E comes standard with a data usage app. This application monitors how much data is being spent, avoiding unexpectedly high phone costs. This makes the Sony Xperia E not only cheap to buy, but also cheap to use. The new Sony Xperia E is a straight-forward Android phone with an attractive price tag and will become available in Q1 2013.

Sony Xperia E
Sony Xperia E Android phone




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