Sony introduces four new Xperia smartphones

CES 2012 saw Sony unveil four new smartphones in the Xperia range.

Headlining the unveiling was the Xperia S – the first Xperia NXT-series device from the company.

It features a 4.3-inch reality display with mobile Bravia engine technology, running a resolution of 1280 x 720; a 1.5GHz dual core processor handles processing; and storage in the form of 32GB of internal flash.

The Xperia S also features a 12MP rear facing camera capable of 1080p recording – able to take photos within 1.5 seconds after coming out of standby mode. It features a Near field communications (NFC) chip, and DLNA for HD content sharing.

Other models unveiled include the Xperia Ion, Sony’s first LTE-capable smartphone; and the Xperia NX and Xperia arco HD – smartphones aimed at the Japanese domestic market.

Sony finished off the unveiling by demoing various Android accessories, including:

  • Xperia smart tags – small NFC-enabled tokens that are used to launch pre-configured and personalised settings when you swipe an NFC Android smartphone against them;
  • Smart Wireless Headset Pro – a Bluetooth stereo headset that also works as a standalone MP3 player and radio away from the phone;
  • SmartWatch – a micro display used to wirelessly access calls, messages and applications;
  • SmartDock for Xperia ion – an HDMI dock that turns the ion into a mini-PC by connecting it to a keyboard, mouse, and display.

The Xperia S will be available to consumers globally in the first quarter of 2012.

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