Only a couple of weeks ago, Sony has unveiled the Xperia E4, considered a low-end 3G smartphone. After its release many voices have complained that E4 doesn’t have 4G. Well, it looks like Sony moved fast and now it comes with a new release that features 4G. It is called Xperia E4g. The E4g adds 4G LTE to the E4’s basic specs, helping it have a faster connection to the Internet and managing to keep lung-busting battery life. Sony assured that E4g will go two days without charging and almost a week with some specific settings.
Sony Xperia E4g will be available in April at the price of 120 dollars. Unfortunately, the Japanese company didn’t’ mentioned which countries will get the phone and how much it will cost in each region. Sony has also revealed that UK retailers will include O2, Vodafone and Carphone Warehouse. Even if Xperia E4g have pictures only in black version, it also comes in white.
The phone will come with a 4.7-inch screen with a resolution of 960×530 pixels, meaning that users will not have a great deal of detail when they watch videos, pictures, play games or navigate on websites. It also has a 1.5GHz MediaTek MT6732 quad-core processor, accompanied by a meagre 1GB of RAM. The back shooter camera will have 5-megapixels, which films at 1080p high-definition, and on the front it will be a 2-megapixel snapper, used for video calling. On the board, the phone will have 8GB of storage, but it can be expanded with a memory card of 32GB. However, 8GB is enough for apps, music or snaps. Xperia E4g has Bluetooth 4.1 and NFC, which allows the user to pair wirelessly with headphones, headsets, speakers or smartwatches.
It is an Android phone, so users will be able to transfer over their apps from previous phones, or buy new ones from Google Play. Some countries will get a dual-SIM version, which is perfect for people who have two phone numbers.
Surely, Sony Xperia E4g will be present among other new tablets, phones and wearables, at the industry blow-out Mobile World Congress.