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June 4, 2013

Sony unveils the 4-inch Xperia M


Sony has today added a new handset to Xperia line known as the Xperia M. The Xperia M is aimed at attracting the budget buyer much like the Xperia L and this is noticeable as soon as you see the spec sheet.


The Xperia M has a 4-inch FWVGA (854×480) display which features that scratch resistant glass we have seen on there devices in the line. Powering the device is a 1GHz dual-core SnapDragon SoC processor paired with 1GB of RAM.


On-board storage is limited to 4GB but there is a microSD slot that will allow up to 64GB cards. There is a 5 megapixel camera on the rear which features the Exmor RS sensor and led flash. The front facing camera however is only VGA.


The Xperia M comes running Android 4.1 so it is a bit behind times but not to disappointing. There is no LTE support so HSPA+ is all you wil have to handle your data. Other offerings include Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC for pairing up and sharing content which is nice to see on a low end smartphone.


There’s a 1,750mAh battery that powers both the the single and dual-SIM versions. The Xperia M will be available in black, white and purple (yellow also for the single-SIM variant) and will be available around Q3 2013. The full press release is below as usual.

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Source – Sony (1), (2)

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