Sony Releases First ‘Smartphone’
- 12MP camera
- Uses Android OS
- Available April
Xperia S, the first Sony smartphone will hit shelves in Australia in early April with Optus, Vodafone and major retail stores.
Sony says people will be able to share content on whichever screen best suits the situation, whether it’s TV, smartphone, laptop or tablet. Users can connect the Xperia S to a TV via HDMI to watch the latest HD movies from the Sony Entertainment Network (SEN) or share photos wirelessly with just one touch.
The Xperia S is NFC (near field communication) enabled so consumers can use a growing number of NFC applications. Swipe the smartphone past an Xperia SmartTag to automatically launch your favourite settings. Whether it’s a high-energy playlist for the daily workout or an alarm setting for bedtime, profiles can be easily personalised and are designed to make your life easier.
The first from the Xperia NXT series, Xperia S is a Android smartphone that brings together the best of Sony for the ultimate entertainment experience. View photos and video in HD on the glossy 4.3” screen and snap brilliant pictures in just 1.5 seconds from standby using the 12MP camera. The Xperia™ S is also super fast, boasting a powerful 1.5GHz dual-core processor for improved performance.