Sony has been working hard to roll out their individual line of handsets, ever since the cut off of their affiliation with Ericsson. The most recent cellular phone said to be reaching the market soon is the Sony Xperia SL. The phone is expected to be a follow up to the well-known Sony Xperia S. The SL is basically going to be a facelift of the Sony Xperia S.
According to an Indonesian internet site, Postel, the innovative model will be nicknamed the LT26ii. The earlier version, Xperia S, was codenamed as LT26i.
There are almost no inside information of what type of hardware the handset might finish up being built around, but one thing is of course, the cellular phone will operate the Android 4.0 ICS or the newest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS.
Sony Xperia S, the company’s current high-end phone, was declared at the Consumer Electronics Show and comes with the below given features:
- Android Gingerbread (with ICS upgrade obtainable currently)
- 4.3-inch HD display with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels
- 1.5GHz double-core CPU along with with a MSM8260 chipset
- 1gigabyte random access memory
- 12 MP camera with Sony Exmor R sensor and 1080p video recording potentialities
- 1.3 MP front camera together with 720p@30 fps
- 32 gigabyte inner memory
- HDMI port
- Weight: 144g
It must be mentioned here that a couple of handsets already available in the market with quad-core processor, which comes at a price little higher than the Xperia S and that is where the Sony Xperia SL can play a crucial role. What specs the upcoming Xperia SL will have is still not known, but it is expected to have either ICS or Jelly Bean OS and a quad-core processor. Let’s see what Sony has in store for us.
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