Sony Xperia M arrives with Jelly Bean in tow
Fans of the Android platform have a vast range of different handsets to choose from and today the Sony Xperia M mid-range smartphone arrives with Android Jelly Bean in tow, as the company adds to its ever increasing Xperia range of hardware.
The company has officially unveiled the Sony Xperia M today that comes packing a 4-inch TFT touchscreen display with a resolution of 480 x 854, and this is powered by the dual core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Plus processor clocked at 1GHz.
There is also an Adreno 305 GPU taking care of the graphics along with 1GB of RAM, and camera wise Sony has fitted a 5-megapixel unit on the back with an Exmor RS sensor that is capable of 720p HD video capture.
On the front there is a 0.3-megapixel shooter for all those video calls and self-portraits, and there is 4GB of on board storage with expansion possible via microSD card support. Connectivity wise there is dual-band Wi-Fi, 3G with HSPA, Bluetooth 4.0, and NFC with the device running the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system.
There is also an FM radio and the handset will be available in Black, Lime, Purple, and White with a dual SIM version promised to be coming in Yellow. At the time of writing no pricing details have been shared but the handset is expected to be available during the third quarter of this year, and below we have embedded the demo videos for the Sony Xperia M for you to enjoy.