Like the other Android manufacturers, Sony is trying to have a portfolio of larger smartphones. The Japanese company just announced two new models to its lineup Xperia together.Through a press release and the company’s blog, it was Xperia SP and L. The two phones are below, both in price and specifications, the ‘conqueror’ Japanese, Xperia Z. With these two products, Sony is mounted on the bus massively smartphones, a strategy currently being implemented LG, Samsung and Nokia, among others.
The SP Xperia is a phone that could focus on users with an average budget.It has a processor Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core 1.7 GHz, plus 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage, but has the potential to expand the amount of data with a microSD slot. The team has a 8 MP camera and a 4.6-inch screen HD 720p Reality Display. In terms of connectivity, the SP has a radius 4G LTE and NFC chip, apart from basic connectivity to any smart phone today: Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
The other handset is announced even more accessible for people with the respective sacrifices that entails. The L is an input device but with the value-added-Sony says an excellent camera. Where you feel the price is on the screen of 4.3 inches and resolution of 854 by 480. Like the SP, has 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage. The processor is only 1 GHz and has no connectivity 4G.
“The Xperia Xperia SP and L are ideal for those looking for smartphones in style without having to make sacrifices in office,” said Calum MacDougall, direct marketing in Sony Xperia.
“Both models benefit from proven innovation and engineering expertise can enjoy HD content through the 4G LTE network in the Xperia SP or capture moments in perfect detail with the most accessible Xperia L”.
Both phones come with Android 4.1 and marketing reach to Europe and Asia in mid-June. Sony did not reveal the dates for other regions of the world.