Sony Xperia E and Sony Xperia Edual

The Sony Xperia E is a low-end Android smartphone from Sony, with 3.5″ display and a 1GHz processor, run Android 4.1. But the interesting thing is that the Xperia E is available in both single-SIM and dual-SIM configurations, the latter being called the Xperia E dual.

Xperia E smartphone sporting a 3.5-inch HVGA 320 x 480 display, with 3.2 megapixel camera on the back side and a 1GHz processor inside and all the usual features. It’s touting the new handset as a way to “stay on top of your data and battery usage,” sporting special software that disables WiFi and data traffic when the screen has been asleep for more than a few minutes. With the dual-SIM option, The single-SIM version will run Android 4.1 out of the box, the dual-SIM version will run Android 4.0 with an upgrade to 4.1 promised. you’ll also be able to switch between carriers with a single touch “to stay on the most cost effective plan.” It’ll come with HD Voice and Walkman xLOUD technology for optimal sound quality, according to Sony.

The Sony Xperia E features are here such as 3.5G, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS and USB connectivity. There’s also an FM radio and all the usual Sony media enhancements that make the Xperia line a bit more fun than some other smartphones.

Inside Sony Xperia E is a decently sized 1530 mAh battery which is quoted as giving up to 6 hours talktime and 22 days standby time. The Xperia E measures 114 x 63 x 11.0mm and weighs 116 grams.

Pricing has yet to be announced, but it’ll launch in Q1 2013 according to the PR, which you can find along with a video right after the break.

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