The upcoming Sony Xperia J was given the hands-on treatment for an extensive preview ahead its supposed announcement later this month.
The Xperia J is one more model in Sony’s onslaught of new devices that it brought forth until now and will continue to until the end of this year. The Xperia J is a lower-midrange offering, with a 4-inch 480×854 touchscreen, 1 GHz single-core processor.
The battery is said to be a 1700mAh unit, which should provide a decent level of battery life given the reduced screen size and the same entry-level processor as the Xperia Tipo. RAM is set at 512MB. There is also a microSD card slot hiding away under the battery on the Xperia J.
The rear camera is a 5MP shooter with an LED flash, but apparently only shoots video at a pretty dreary 640×480. There is also a front facing camera, but nothing is said of it’s specs. Given the rear camera, we’re not expecting a lot from it.
The Xperia J is at least running Android 4.0 out of the box.
This seems like a retaliation to the local handset makers like micromax. This device would be a good competition to Micromax A100 and soon to be released Karbonn A18, A21 and Spice Mi-500. If their pricing is right, it would hog all the customers from these local handset makers.
Agreed. Would have made more sense with a dual core processor though. Karbonn A24 release is anticipated soon, which in my opinion will give a good fight. It's about time prices of phones come down, win win for customers.