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MWC 2012: Sony unveils Xperia P smartphone

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 26 Feb 2012 21:43 User comments (4)

MWC 2012: Sony unveils Xperia P smartphone At Sony's Mobile World Congress conference today, the company unveiled its Xperia P smartphone.
The device is the first from Sony after its breakup (buyout) with Ericsson, and the company hopes to become a player again in the market where it has almost disappeared.

Sony's Xperia P will have a 4-inch display, a unibody aluminum form factor and be the first to use Sony's "White Magic" display technology for better visibility in sunny conditions.

The smartphone has a dual-core 1GHz processor, will run Gingerbread 2.3.7 out of the box (update to ICS 4.0 coming in the Q2), and have an 8MP camera with 1080p video support.

Sony has also pre-installed photo, video and music player apps, as well as integrating the Sony Entertainment Network. NFC is also supported, and will be work with "Xperia Smart Tags" to created macros for your device.

There was no word on pricing or carriers.



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4 user comments

127.2.2012 0:44

Xperia or Vita HHHHMMMMMMM!!!!

227.2.2012 8:42

Cool,another smart phone.....?

327.2.2012 13:15

Originally posted by ruff469:
Xperia or Vita HHHHMMMMMMM!!!!
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428.2.2012 5:56

Originally posted by ruff469:
Xperia or Vita HHHHMMMMMMM!!!!
Vita is amazing mate best handheld by a mile the games crush smart phones.
This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 28 Feb 2012 @ 5:56

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