The Sony Xperia J comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and a 4 inch display.
Sony has announced the launch a new Android smartphone - the Xperia J, for the Indian market. The device was unveiled earlier this year during the Mobile World Congress event in the USA and is now available for purchase in India.
The Sony Xperia J features a sleek design along with a powerful set of hardware configuration for a mid range Android smartphone. Though it has a price tag of Rs 18,399, the Xperia J is available across multiple online seller for as low as Rs 15,666 with cash on delivery option.
The Xperia J has a 4 inch display with a resolution of 854×480 pixels, which is good enough for most tasks and applications. Powered by a 1 GHz single core Qualcomm Snapdragon M7227A processor along with 512 MB of RAM, the Xperia J promises some better performance.
The device comes with a 4 GB of internal memory and a micro SD card slot for expandable memory up to 32 GB. The Xperia J features a 5-megapixel autofocus camera with an LED flash and a VGA front-facing camera for video calling too. The device comes with a big 1,750 mAh battery that hopefully offer decent battery backup.
Users would also enjoy listening to music on the Sony Xperia J as it comes loaded with the Sony Walkman application, xLoud audio, and manual equalizer.
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