Sony Xperia J pics make it online

Sony has a yet another Xperia smartphone in the works – this time known as J. Not much is known about the device but the good news (apart from having a new smartphone) is that pics of the device have made it to the Internet thanks to Taiwanese web site ePrice.

Judging from the pics the Xperia J looks pretty much like any other Xperia smartphone with some exceptions – the Xperia J comes with more curved edges around its outer frame, which definitely makes it seem more stylish than other Xperia smartphones.

Sony Xperia J

Specs-wise the Xperia J should come with a 4-inch FWVGA display, 1 GHz single-core processor, a 5 MP camera and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Sadly, these are the only specs that are currently known.

Once released the Sony Xperia J should sell for as much as 99 USD in the USA.

(picture courtesy of ePrice)


Source: BGR.com

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