Sony’s Xperia Ion to hit middle-east market by end August
Tech experts see Sony Xperia ion as a real piece of Sony’s technology convergence by integrating features like Bravia screen, Sony’s Walkman media player and amazingly inbuilt camera sensor which is meant for Cybershot range technology.
Sony zooms in on Middle-East
Sony’s latest smartphone from the Xperia range will be available in Middle East nations of Saudi Arabia and UAE at the rate of Dh 2,299. In an exclusive media event at Palm Jumeirah, Dubai last week the Japanese electronics giant unveiled Xperia ion, the phone which runs Android 4.0 operating system.
Vice President of Sony Mobile Communications, Middle East and Africa, Rüdiger Odenbach emphasized on the 116 mm touch screen display technology which the tech guru has launched in Xperia ion collaborating with the mobile Bravia Engine technology.
To quote Odenbach, “The Xperia ion, like its predecessor the Xperia S offers the most impressive display of any smartphone on the market, thanks to Sony's Mobile Bravia Engine technology. This is also our largest display on a smartphone, further enhancing the user experience.”
The handset also allows the users a ‘connected entertainment experience’ with flawless connectivity with not only smartphones and computers, but also televisions and Playstation games, added Odenbach.
More about Xperia ion
Sony Mobile Communications has done away with its ‘Ericsson’ range this time as the new phone is solely named Sony Xperia ion. Again with its latest model the Sony makes its foray in the dual core processor Xperia series.
Xperia ion comes with 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon, 1 GB RAM, 16GB internal memory. Other user friendly specifics include 12MP Exmor R sensor camera and 4.55” touch-screen HD display.