Sony confirms the Xperia GX and Xperia SX as its first LTE terminals… but only for the Japanese market.
It has been rumored a lot, and even yesterday we told you about new leaked photos, although we did not have to wait long to see confirmation, through a brief press release, that Sony Mobile will launch two new devices, the first of the mark with LTE supportunder the name of Sony Xperia GX and Sony Xperia SX.
with them they will arrive new media applicationswhich have also been announced, and although both devices are focused on very different customers, but they share the market for which they are intended, and finally, initially, neither of these two new smartphones will come out of Japan.
The applications, intended for enhance its multimedia featureshave been developed by Sony Mobile, and although we do not know if they will be able to be installed on our devices, surely many would like to see them in the Play Store of our country:
- The application WALKMAN integrates innovative ways to listen, discover and recommend music with high quality audio technologies such as clear bass, clear stereo, VPT surround, equalizer and xLOUD.
Sony Xperia GX
The Sony Xperia GXcalled to be and expected as Sony’s high-end bet worldwide, will finally arrive as a heavyweight in the manufacturer’s parent country, with its 4.6-inch high-definition screen and a stratospheric 13-megapixel camera with Exmor sensor .
Built in a minimalist house brand design, it will incorporate a matte finish on a very thin and curved body that will look for an ergonomics sometimes forgotten in smartphones of large sizes.
Their basic characteristics They are the ones already rumored, although it is worth remembering them:
- 4.6” Reality Display with Mobile BRAVIA Engine and high definition 720p.
Sony Xperia SX
Sony Xperia SX will be, for its part, the device LTE lightest on the marketwith a functional and elegant design, and with a ridiculous weight of only 95 grams.
Their basic characteristics are the following:
- Elegant and iconic design, weight of only 95 grams.
Excessively specific data is not specified, nor is the official presentation date or availability and prices. What Sony has confirmed is that will arrive for the summer to the Japanese market. If finally, at least the Xperia GX, will cross these borders, it is something that we do not know.
Will it then be mint the device that assaults the Android throne in Europe?
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