Sony launched its new Xperia E4 that promises 2-day battery life under standard conditions. However, company claims that the user can extend the backup period by using device’s STAMINA or Ultra STAMINA modes of operation. Sony hasn’t unveiled the country specific details and didn’t said a word about its launch in the India.
Though Sony Xperia E4 is fueled with a 2,300 mAh of battery but its hardware and software optimisation results in high performance in low power. In the era or busy schedules, people have no time to even charge their smartphones. Probably has taken them into consideration and decided to design this device.
As far, design is concerned, the device looks much familiar to Apple’s iPhone 6, unlike its other Xperia siblings that come with sharp edgy look, it comes with soft and round corners. The dual SIM smartphone with micro-SIM slot, measures 137 x 74.6 x 10.5 mm in dimensions and weighs 144 g.
The phone runs on Android 4.4.4 KitKat supported by Mediatek MT6582 Quad-core 1.3 GHz Cortex-A7 chipset, coupled with 1 GB of RAM that can seamlessly run multiple tasks at once. It also features a 5 megapixel of shooter that fires on you to get sharp and crystal-clear images. It is powered with Bravia Engine along with a 2 megapixel of front facing camera for video calls and selfies.
Moreover, the device has 8 GB of internal storage, which is expandable up to 32 GB with micro SD card. It features a 5.0 inch IPS display with 540 x 960 pixels of resolution and 220ppi of pixel density. For connectivity options, Sony has provided Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot; Bluetooth v4.1; A-GPS; FM radio with RDS and a microUSB 2.0 port. It also carries Accelerometer and proximity sensors.
The company’s spokesperson reported that Xperia E4 may be available in the markets from the mid-February. Meanwhile, as per our analyst’s reports, the device may get launched in ‘Mobile World Congress’ in Barcelona, March 2-5. Sony has launched many devices in previous MWCs, now we have to see whether the company continues the tradition or not.