CES 2012 : Sony debut Xperia ion, first ever LTE smartphone exclusive for AT&T | Specification Included

CES 2012 : Sony debut Sony Xperia ion, first ever LTE smartphone exclusive for AT&T | Specification Included

Don’t be confused with Sony Xperia ion, the latest highly notable smartphone brought to you by Sony (and AT&T). That’s right. It’s from Sony, not from Sony Ericsson. This latest phone release will focus on key features by bringing BRAVIA® Engine to mobile device which definitely will offer a whole new experience to users.

True to its reputation, Sony Xperia ion promise to deliver a HD Reality display screen resolution (1280 x 720), not just from back but also from front (720p) cameras for HD recording. So user can enjoy quality videos they can share with friends and families "with easy connectivity across multiple screens within the world of Sony", as stated.

Sony also added great feature, the PlayStationâ„¢ Certified for games enthusiast to taste a high quality gaming experience only with Xperia ion.

Sony Xperia ion Specifications:

  • 4.6-inch HD display (1280 X 720 pixels)
  • 1.5GHz dual-core  Qualcomm MSM8660 processor
  • 12MP rear camera with Sony Exmor Râ„¢
  • 1.3MP front-facer capable of 720p
  • Android Gingerbread 2.3
  • 16GB of onboard storage, expandable via microSD up to 32GB
  • 1GB of RAM
  • HDMI-out support
  • NFC is supported

Sony will surely announce the price and final specs before the scheduled release on second quarter of this year.

Image Source : GSMArena

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    I was not ware that Sony and Ericsson break-up. Kelan ko lang nalaman. May pakiramdam ako mas mapapansin ang Xperia ngayon Sony na ang bahala.
    Ok din to Xperia Ion ang laki ng display.

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