Sony unveils mid-range Xperia M smartphone

Sony Corporation has presented a new mid-range smartphone that should strengthen the company’s positions on this market segment. The novelty is called Xperia M and measures 124 x 62 x 9.3 mm for total weight of 124 grams.

The Sony Xperia M is based on a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor at 1 GHz and features Adreno 320 graphics. It has a 4-inch sensor display at 854 x 480 pixel resolution, 1 GB of RAM, 4 GB of internal memory, a microSD card slot (up to 32 GB), a rear 5 MP camera with Exmor RS technology and a front 0.3 MP camera. A few other technologies such as Wi-Fi 802.11n, NFC and Bluetooth 4.0 provide connectivity; the Xperia M comes with a micro-USB port, DLNA and a GPS receiver too. Finally it has a 1750 mAh battery.

A nice peculiarity of the Xperia M is that the smartphone will be available in two versions – with one and with two SIM cards. The one SIM card version will run Android 4.1, while the dual SIM card version will run Android 4.2. Sales will start this quarter, pricing is still unknown.


Source: Sony

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