Two new phones from Sony did not find its way to CES last week. They come in return now.
Although the CES is the place where everything new is to be displayed, so there is little sense in that store a treat or two, so as not to get lost in the noise from all its competitors.
This should Sony have concluded, when they chose not to present their two new models, the Xperia T2 Ultra and Xperia E1.
Now they have, however, removed the lid from the cake tin and share generously out of information about their two new models. And already in the press release, it appears that, like a number of other manufacturers are looking very carefully at new outlets.
China, the Middle East, Africa and Asia are mentioned, while Europe and the United States have not been found worthy to T2 and E1. This does not mean that we are not getting them to see, but the target audience is, therefore, a little away from our latitudes.
Xperia T2 Ultra
There is not been used components from the 2. sorting tray, since Sony has merged the new models together. Both have dual-sim capability, and T2 is equipped with a 6-inch screen that almost goes all the way to the edge.
A 13MP camera must ensure detailed selfies, and a 3000 mAh battery provides a good lifetime per charge.
Weight: 172 gr.
Screen: 6 “TRILUMINOS ™ mobile HD display with X-Reality ™ for mobile images, 720 x 1280 pixels and 16,777,216-colour TFT
Size: 165.2 x 83.8 x 7.65 mm
Chip and operating system: Google ™ Android ™ 4.3 (Jelly Bean MR2) 1.4 GHz Qualcomm MSM8928 Quad Core
Battery: Standby: Up two hours, Music: 1071 Up two 93 hours, Video: Up to 10 hours.
E1 is intended as a ‘ budget phone ‘. It leans up by one of Sony’s old virtues-your Walkman device-when the speaker can hit 100 dB, if you would like to share Miley Cyrus with all on the bus.
A 4 inch screen should give you enough space to navigate in your music library, which is slightly more than the original 3.2 inch, which we found on the Xperia E in 2013.
Weight: 120 grams
Size: 118 x 62.4 x 12 mm
Camera: 3 MP with HD video recording (720 p) 4 x smooth zoom
Display: 800 x 480 pixels, 4 inch and 16,777,216 colours TFT
Chip and operating system: Google ™ Android ™ 4.3 (Jelly Bean MR2), 1.2 GHz Qualcomm MSM8210 dual-core
Battery: talk time: up to 9 hours and 12 mins, Standby: up to 551 hours, Music: up to 81 hours and 30 min, Video: up to 9 hours 36 min.
There are no fixed a date or a price on the two models, but as the Mobile World Congress in February, one could expect is new there.
Finally, we can mention that Xperia E from 2013 can be found in Denmark, so it is not impossible that the E1 come to the country at a later date.
UPDATE: Sony Denmark confirms that both mobile phones will find its way to the Danish market in the second quarter of 2014. There is no official price information yet.