BERLIN, Germany – Along with the first Xperia Tablet and Xperia Tablet S, Sony launched three new Xperia smartphones – T, V and J at the IFA event. All of the new devices run on Android Ice Cream Sandwich and pack Sony’s HD experience.
The Xperia T (also known as Xperia TX in some markets) is the latest flagship Android smartphone of the company. The phone has a large 4.6-inch Sony HD screen which gives sharp clarity. It is loaded with a 13MP camera that is capable of recording 1080p full HD video and a 720p HD front camera.
The device is equipped with a 1.5GHz dual-core processor for improved and fast performance. It also supports One-Touch function via NFC. It will be upgraded to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean very soon. The Sony Xperia T will be available globally in few weeks in black, white and silver colors.
Next in line are the Xperia V and J. The former has a 4.3-inch HD display and shares many features with Xperia T, including camera, processor, One-Touch pairing and some others. In addition, it is LTE-enabled and comes with the highest levels of dust and water resistance in a smartphone.
The Xperia J has a 4-inch FWVGA display with a 5MP auto-focus rear-camera and a front camera for video chat. It is an affordable phone with social media networking. Both phones will be released in Q4 2012 globally and will come in black, pink and white colors, with the Xperia J also be available in gold.
The last of the devices is the Sony Xperia Tablet S. The Android ICS-powered tablet will come with a NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor under a 9.4-inch HD display with OptiContrast Panel with low-friction coating. The Xperia Tablet S will be available from September 2012.
All of the devices will come loaded with Sony’s media apps, such as Walkman, Album, Movie and Music Unlimited.