Sony Xperia Active finally reaches market in USA

US smartphone users can finally purchase the long-awaited Sony Xperia Active. The new smartphone is available online at one of the leading US internet stores for electronics and software – Newegg – for a price of 339,99 USD without a contract.

The Sony Xperia Active has a built-in protection from moisture and dirt and comes with a 3-inch display with support for HVGA and resolution of 480×320 pixels. The novelty is powered by a 1 GHz Qualcomm MSM 8255 processor, RAM memory is 512 MB and storage space is 1 GB which can be expanded to 32 GB via a microSD memory card. The gizmo also comes with a 5-megapixel rear camera that can record 720p video, auto focus functions and digital zoom. The smartphone also has Wi-Fi support, a GPS, a built-in compass, a barometer, an application that measures heart rate and supports 3G but only in AT&T networks.

Sony Xperia

Battery capacity is 1200 mAh.

Source: hardwareportal.ru

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