Sony Xperia E1 is now available through various retailers in India. Both single and dual-SIM version are available for purchase in all three color flavors - black, white and purple. The black models are quickly running out of stock though, so if you want one you should hurry making an order.
Sony Xperia E1 Dual costs INR9,750 or €115, while the single SIM Xperia E1 is oddly priced at INR9,990 or €118. Anyway, the price difference is quite insignificant.
We also checked for the EU price and found Amazon DE has it on pre-order for €144 for the single-SIM and €149 for the dual-SIM Xperia E1. Clove UK has also listed the smartphone on pre-order for £135, but the official pricing and availability is yet to be confirmed. According to previous reports the Xperia E1 should be hitting Europe this spring.
In case you need a refresh, Sony Xperia E1 was announced on CES with a 4" WVGA display and a Snapdragon 200 SoC with dual-core 1.2GHz Cortex-A7 processor, Adreno 302 and 512MB of RAM. The smartphone features a 3MP rear camera, a microSD card slot, 3G with HSPA, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS and FM radio.
The version of the Android OS ticking inside is 4.3 Jelly Bean and it is unknown if the phone will be getting KitKat later or not.
thank u boss ... i was very much confused between this both .. but finally i got sony.
Oh, common in which is Nokia X better than this.....??? Oh wait it has Microsoft's idiot services.....????!!!!!! Sony Xperia E1 vs Nokia X Cortex A7 vs Cortex A5 1.2ghz vs 1ghz Snapdragon 200 vs Snapdragon S4 play Design vs Dump True an...
Sony should update the software to kitkat cuz it is supposed to be optimized for low ram devices