Sony Xperia M Today, Sony Mobile announced the introduction of two brand new Android running smart phones in its portfolio, the Sony Xperia M and Xperia M Dual. So, the Xperia M became official, sort of speak. It comes in two flavors, one of them, as its name suggests, supports Dual-Sim. Guess which one ? Moving along, the Sony Xperia M features a 4 inches wide TFT touch screen, capable of FWVGA resolution and its system on chip is a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Plus chipset, with a dual core Krait CPU clocked at 1 GHz. The graphic applications are taken care of by an Adreno 305 GPU and both versions come with 1 GB of RAM on board. From these specs we can see without any doubt that the droids are mid range targeted. For multimedia purposes, the Sony Xperia M comes with a 5 Megapixels shooter which uses the cool Exmor RS sensor and it will delight you with HD videos of 720p resolution. The phone also has a secondary 0.3 MP camera on the front for video calls. If the internal memory is not enough for you, you can upgrade it via micro SD cards, up to 4 GB supported. In terms of connectivity, the Sony Xperia M is generous enough for a mid ranged droid, it comes with a dual-band Wi-Fi card, 3G with HSPA, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC and  an FM radio on board. No LTE for this baby, as you can see from the specs. The phone comes packed with Sony’s  apps, advertised as “”magical one-touch functions”. Xperia M runs on Android OS, 4.1 JellyBean version and augmented with Sony’s own User Interface. Being targeted for a younger audience, the smartphone will be also available in vivid color versions, i.e. Purple and Lime, for the serious cats out there you can choose Black or White. The dual sim version will feature the same specs as the “Regular”, except it won’t be available in Lime color. We don’t know the price tag yet, just that they will be available in Q3 of 2013. Source : Sony  

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