Sony NXT, which could lead us to picture this tablet in our mind as the big version of Xperia device.
Something that can be interesting to talk about this
Sony's NXT-designed tablet is the screen size. In the recent trend of tablet market, 7-inch tablets are getting popular than before, thanks to Amazon who puts this niche market on the map with its pride Kindle Fire.
And apparently, Sony doesn’t want to be left behind by competitors. Sony NXT-designed tablet reportedly will be using a 7-inch display. However, according to the reports in Sweden (the former HQ of Sony with Ericsson), this Sony’s new tablet is actually only the prototype model of the device, so whether it will make it to the launch or not is still uncertainty for public to know.
There is no spec revealed in the report however, nor the release date, but if this new tablet is indeed released finally to the market, then Sony is well aware that its new tablet should be as powerful and fast as other competing tablets around the market like Nexus 7, rumored iPad mini, Samsung GALAXY Tab 2 or Asus Transformer tablets. A real challenge for Sony.
Let’s hope that this tablet will indeed be introduced by Sony in the near future because the hype of 7-inch tablets is definitely something that Sony doesn’t want to miss, right?
Hopefully, we’ll get to see more details of this tablet in the near future.
One of Sony Xperia NXT Line Up, Xperia Z is Expected to Arrive in August
Apparently, the journey of Sony Mobile to introduce its latest Xperia line up doesn’t stop for even a while when it announced Sony Xperia tipo specs and Xperia miro specs a couple of days ago. So what’s next? Okay, this time, the attention of people, especially the loyal fans of Sony Mobile will be centralized on some new second generation
Xperia NXT phones, that reportedly will arrive later in upcoming months.
The NXT line up consists 4 new Xperia devices that allegedly will be called as Xperia C, E, Y and Xperia Z. Among these 3 new devices, the Xperia Z is believed will be the high-end variant and is expected to arrive soon in August.
All these new Xperia handsets are predicted will come with some decent specs, such as: OLED displays, Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processors, Cyber-shot lenses, and report also suggests that they will be released by Sony Mobile as PlayStation Certified handsets, with also the back of Walkman music player brand for the music and audio sector.
Even though the Xperia Z is predicted will come out in August, the rest other 3 devices will arrive surprisingly sooner, allegedly in July.
Coincidentally, on June 20th, Sony Mobile will hold a conference to introduce its latest Xperia line up to the public. Maybe, these 4 Xperia C, E, Y and Xperia Z handsets are indeed the ones that will get announced in that conference.
Sony Xperia J Will be Announced at IFA 2012 Event. Mid-range Smartphone with Pretty Good Specs
The journey of Sony Mobile in the smartphone market can be considered as out of radar. Although this phone maker has launched several new Xperia devices (without Ericsson) this year, unfortunately, their existence is still overshadowed by the new releases from other big players.
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Sony Xperia J.
Sony Xperia J is a mid to low end smarpthone that comes with some pretty decent specs in it. As a starter, this phone will adopt the 4-inch display with a good screen resolution of 400x854 pixels. The software is also the standard, the Android 4.0 ICS. Unfortunately, as a mid range phone, the 512MB of RAM and the MSM7227a Qualcomm processor seem pretty halfhearted.
Luckily, the 5MP camera armed with auto-focus and LED flash on this phone will accompany you as a photo snapper. Not to mention, recording videos with Sony Xperia J will give you VGA quality videos. On the energy department, the 1700mAh battery will power the device. And if you want to load many media files to this phone, the microSD card slot will come to the rescue.
Sony Xperia J is expected to be announced at the IFA 2012 event. The price is still vague for public consumption. However, by looking at some of the mediocre specs in this phone, then Sony will probably price this phone aggressively in order to hook more sales in the market, besides Sony Mobile still needs to gain more share in this smartphone market to survive in the competition.
So for those of you the loyal fans of Sony Mobile, if you want to experience of having a solid built smartphone with great design, but you have a tight budget, then Sony Xperia J might be the one you’re looking for. Be sure to always check this blog out to get more info about this phone in the future.
Sony Xperia V is Expected to Arrive in Early December
Since Sony decides to divorce Ericsson from its company, the journey of Sony Mobile in the smartphone market has been under the radar, not many people recognize or at least aware of the recent smartphones that are launched by this company. However, regardless the small share that Sony Mobile has gained in the market lately, no argue that this company still has its magical touch in making its devices, especially with the incredibly gorgeous design. Some of its Xperia smartphones and tablets are still worth buying devices for sure. The one called Sony Xperia V is no exception.
As we all know already, Sony Xperia V has officially been announced by Sony Mobile a couple of days ago. Besides packing some great specs in it, such as: 4.3-inch display, with screen resolution of 720x1280 pixels, 1GB of RAM, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, LTE and a staggering 13MP camera, Sony Xperia V also comes with water resistant protection that of course, enables you to use this phone in the gutter, no, I mean, in the pool.
Just like I’ve already told to you before, Sony Xperia V will soon hit the market in the fourth quarter of 2012, with the LTE connectivity of this device is said will be compatible only in Asia, not in the US.
Now we have more information about this phone. According to the source, a Swedish retailer at Dustin.de reportedly will be offering Sony Xperia V for its customers. On that retailer, this phone is priced for 4.299 Kroner or equal to $650 USD. And still on the same retailer, Sony Xperia V is stated will soon arrive on December the third.
Well, the launch of this device which is around December could be cause a damage for the sales of this phone. That’s because many new smartphones will be available to buy since the early Q4 of this year, including the new iPhone 5 that has been selling well over 5 million during the first weekend since its first debut.
Therefore, Sony Mobile’s decision to keep its tiger in its cage for way too long will obviously keep holding back this company from competing in the market with the likes of Samsung, Apple, Nokia, HTC or LG in the future.
So hurry up, Sony!