Sony Xperia SP arrives in India

Sony Xperia SP arrives in India

Sony Xperia SP arrives in India

by April 16, 2013 0 comments

Officially announced last month, the brand new Sony Xperia SP finally arrives in India. Powered by a fabulous 1.7 GHz dual core processor, the handset will run on Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean). The SP is tagged as the next big thing followed by Sony’s previous launch, the Xperia Z. No doubt, the price will probably swing a bit more on the expensive side, but Sony plans to pack in a bunch of freebies in order to make you feel happy. Well, you would probably want a bit more than just freebies, won’t you? So, lets find out what the gadget has in store for you.

Sony Xperia SPKey features

  • 4.6 inch TFT capacitive touchscreen
  • 1.7 GHz dual core processor
  • Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean)
  • 8 MP primary camera
  • VGA front camera

The gadget flaunts a decent 4.6 inch display with a mobile BRAVIA  engine 2, while the previous Xperia models from Sony came with an earlier version of BRAVIA. Equipped with an aluminium frame, the phone feels quite solid in hand. In terms of overall size, the SP stands quite close to the Xperia ZL. Sony has included a dedicated camera button on its brand new device.

The handset packs-in a standard 8 MP rear camera and a VGA secondary camera. However, you would probably ask for something more than a VGA camera, at least 1.3 MP would have been better. Well, if video calling is not a part of your routine, that shouldn’t bother you too much.

The phone is powered by a 1.7 GHz dual-core processor backed up with a 1 GB RAM, which means your phone won’t be laggy. The SP also has a microSD card slot which lets you expand the storage memory upto 32 GB. A 2370 mAh battery can keep your handset alive for up to 10 hours 25 minutes which is truly amazing. The handset weighs around 155 grams, which may seem a bit heavy. However, with all of that powerful hardware pumped-in, the weight seems to be truly justified.

Final Verdict:
Have a look at the features, and you definitely won’t complain. The design won’t disappoint you either. All of that will cost you something around Rs. 28000, which may sound a bit expensive to few. But, Sony is also offering a case worth Rs. 2000. Now, that’s obviously not a bad deal. However, if you still plan to save a few more bucks, check out the top deals available at A few good ones can truly save you a fortune.

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