Sony took its pre-IFA conference to unveil three new Xperia terminals. For the moment, Sony revealed quite a few specifications, but the three devices correspond to the upper, middle and entry lines.
Presented by Kazuo Hirai in person, Xperia T, V and J are aesthetically easily distinguishable: Sony put on various designs, but also audiences with different expectations.
The model most upscale Xperia T integrates a 4.6-inch screen, the Mobile Bravia Engine technology to improve video rendering, and the sleep-to-snap that allows quickly take a picture even if the terminal is in standby mode, through a physical button. It also features a CMOS sensor of 13 megapixel to take retro paper photographs. The smartphone incorporates NFC technology allows to develop connectivity, particularly with other compatible Sony products such as speakers or headphones generations. It will be offered in Android 4.0.
Xperia V, a mid-range model, is also powered by Android 4.0. It has a 4.3 inch screen and a 13 megapixel camera sensor, the same sensor as the Xperia T. It is also water-resistant and has the sound technology Clearaudio+ from Sony.
Finally, regarding the Xperia J, Kazuo Hirai has not extended and merely evoke a “price”. This is clearly an entry-level model that relies heavily on its friendly design. We will give more details on the specifications in the coming days.
These terminals will be commercially available in the coming weeks at prices not yet mentioned.