Sony has announced two new Android smartphones. The first is the Xperia T2 Ultra, a mid-range 6.0-inch phablet designed specifically for Asian and African markets where big screen smartphones are all the rage, and will compete against the likes of the Samsung Galaxy Mega.
The Xperia T2 Ultra has a 6.0-inch, 1280x720 resolution display with TRILUMINOS, Mobile BRAVIA Engine 2 and other fancy words Sony likes to use for displays that are often underwhelming. There is a 13 megapixel Exmor RS camera on the back and a 1.1 megapixel Exmor R camera on the front.
On the inside, the Xperia T2 Ultra has a quad-core Snapdragon processor clocked at 1.4Ghz, 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage space expandable with microSD cards. Powering all this is a large 3,000mAh battery with Sony's Battery STAMINA mode.
The phone will be available in two variants, the single SIM T2 Ultra and the dual-SIM T2 Ultra dual, in black, white and purple.
The Xperia E1 is a budget Android phone with focus on the audio playback aspect. Sony claims the loudspeaker on the back is capable of hitting 100dB, which should drown out practically every other sound around you. It also has a dedicated Walkman button (we haven't seen this in a while), shake to shuffle and hardware buttons for controlling audio playback.
Other features include a 4.0-inch, 800x480 resolution display, dual-core, 1.2GHz processor with 512MB of RAM and 4GB of storage space and microSD card slot.
Like the T2 Ultra, there will be two variants of the E1, with single and dual-SIM options. The phone will be available in black, white and purple.
I have using both T2 ultra & mega,,T2 ultra= Display is amazing,sound is very poor, system sound not hearable, Camera is just like VGA cam. no multitasking, ram too low, poor OS supporting software. Samsung Mega= Dispaly is good but refresh rate ...
when will it come to Ghana