Sony India, has launched a mid-range smartphone under the E series in the Indian market today. Code named Xperia E4, it comes with 5-inch display and the Xperia Transfer application. This app allows user to move contact, photos, bookmarks, apps, music and much more without any hassle from another device. This smartphone will be available at the Sony Center and major retail stores across India.
Sony Xperia E4 - Key Specifications
Sony Xperia E4 is a dual SIM phone and flaunts a 5-inch qHD IPS display with a resolution of 540 x 960 pixels, which is translated into 220ppi. It is clocked at 1.3GHz quad-core processor Mediatek MT6582 along with 1GB of RAM on the board. Moving to the storage option, this device is come equipped with 8GB of internal storage, with an expansion slot of up to 32GB via microSD card.
Moreover, on the imaging factor, it sports a 5MP rear camera with HDR, fun camera apps which includes AR fun, Live on YouTube, Portrait retouch, Sound photo, Timeshift burst, AR effect, Social live, Creative effect, and Sweep panorama. On the front, it has 2MP snapper with a dedicated selfie app.
Additionally, Xperia E4 comes with a new app PartyShare lets everyone share their music through your phone via Wi-Fi Direct with everyone in the room. PartyShare is preloaded on Xperia E4 but available for download from Play Store from today for all Xperia products and Android smartphones on Kitkat or later Google OS version.
On the connectivity front, it supports Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot, Bluetooth 4.1, GPS, FM Radio. The E4 is powered by a 2300mAh battery, which promises up to 696 hours (2G) / up to 653 hours (3G) during stand by and talktime of up to 12 hours (2G) / up to 12 hours 40 min (3G) and 48 hours of continuous music playback. Also, this device has a STAMINA mode to optimize how your battery is used and Ultra STAMINA mode to keep your phone running on its core functions for a week.
Coming in Black and White variant, Sony Xperia E4 carries a price tag of Rs 12,490 and will be available at Sony Center and major electronic stores across India starting from today.