The Xperia E4 was quietly unveiled as a sort-of successor to the Xperia E3. It lacked LTE though, a key feature of the E3, so now the Sony Xperia E4g was announced just as quietly. The name says it all – an E4 with 4G LTE connectivity. Like its 3G-only twin, this phone will have a dual-SIM option too.
It seems that the mobile data speed increase comes with a small bump in chipset speed - the Xperia E4g is powered by a quad-core 1.5GHz processor, up from 1.3GHz. Battery capacity remains at 2,300mAh, but Sony still promises two days of battery life.
The rest of the specs are the same – 5" qHD screen, Android 4.4 KitKat (updateable to 5.0 Lollipop), 1GB of RAM, 5MP/1080p main camera and 2MP/720p selfie camera.
The Sony Xperia E4g will launch in April at around €130, the same price as the initial pre-orders for the 3G-only phone (which has gone down to €120 since). There's on price for the dual-SIM version yet.
Nice smartphone in a cheaprate
I want 2 buy Sony xperia E4g can u plz suggest me dat its camera quality is better den sony xperia E3 bcz i m not satisfy with d camera quality of E3 .....
Magnetic Sensor Missing. Check white paper published by Sony. Even M or M dual which are 18 months old devices are having this. http://dl-developer.sonymobile.com/documentation/whitepapers/Xperia_E4g_Dual_E2033_E2043_WP_1.pdf http://www-sup...