The first Experia phone model under the Sony brand after the withdrawal of Ericsson, the Ion, will also be the company’s first 4G phone. It provided a sneak preview of the device at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas yesterday.
Xperia Ion, the first LTE (4G) smartphone from Sony, was introduced yesterday at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) and will be available exclusively in the USA in the second quarter.
Xperia ion from Sony enables easy connectivity with multiple screens for consumers looking to share and enjoy content on whichever screen they choose, whether it’s TV, smartphone, laptop or tablet.
Xperia ion from Sony has a stunning 4.6-inch HD display (1280 X 720 pixels) that provides a visual brilliance for superior viewing experiences. For photo enthusiasts, Xperia ion features a new Fast Capture innovation to make sure life’s unexpected moments are not missed: the HD camera goes from standby mode to first shot in 1.5 seconds. Themages taken with the 12-megapixel rear camera are unmatched by any other Android smartphone. Additionally, both rear- and front-facing cameras deliver HD recording capabilities.
‚With Xperia ion, we’re bringing together several firsts that will take users beyond the smartphone,‚ said Paul Hamnett, President, Sony Ericsson North America. ‚Designed to deliver a seamless experience across the multiple screens we use to play, watch, listen, and share, Xperia ion is the gateway to entertainment when and ‚ most importantly ‚ where you want it.‚
Xperia ion users will be able to access the richest entertainment experiences from Sony Entertainment Network. Music Unlimited offers a global catalogue of 12 million unique songs while Video Unlimited has the latest Hollywood blockbusters and TV shows from all major studio.
Xperia ion is also PlayStation Certified, guaranteeing a high quality smartphone gaming experience.
Xperia ion is launching on Android platform 2.3 (Gingerbread).
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