Sony Xperia V: Postponed to January, it will have Jelly Bean

Sony Xperia V would see the day in France 4 th quarter. Users should also receive this Android 4.0 Smartphone. In the end, Sony has decided to postpone the release in January to incorporate Jelly Bean.


The announcement of the postponement was made ​​on the Twitter account dedicated to the Xperia range "V Xperia originally scheduled end of the year as ICS 549 euros will be available late January 2013 in JB 529 euros." The price has been lowered, mobile will not integrate Ice Cream Sandwich as it was announced at the IFA show. Consumers will therefore Jelly Bean, but it was not until the end of January. The rates shown are excluding subscription. Sony has just released its new Xperia model T. This has made ​​a remarkable entry in the affiliated since the last James Bond film, Skyfall. The manufacturer may wish to delay the launch of the Xperia V not to overshadow that of the 007.

During his presentation, the audience was able to see the features of the Xperia V which was revealed at the same time as the version T and J at the show IFA. Thus, it will have a 720p HD screen of 4.3 inches, with a work mobile SoC 1.5 GHz dual heart. A camera will be available from 13 megapixels and NFC will be present. The Xperia V is advertised as waterproof to 1 meter. You can find all the features in our dedicated section in this Xperia range.

Sony therefore choose not to leave the mobile for Christmas. The Xperia V might be due to the shadow version T. It will have to wait a few more weeks, but the client will Android Jelly Bean and prices lowered. In the end, this report is good news.
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