Sony Mobiles earlier this week announced a mid ranger called the Sony Xperia E4. The device uses a MediaTek chipset and is designed differently from its predecessor while packing a larger screen and this has got many wondering how much this phone will actually cost.
Customers — in the UK at least — can get the Xperia E4 for about $154 or precisely £99.99 for that’s what British retailer Clove is asking for the device. Now, that’s surely a good deal as last year’s Xperia E3 which camera with a Snapdragon processor and yet smaller screen was sold as high as nearly double of that amount. There’s no specific date for the release of the device but the phone dealer says shipping will begin in “late March.”
For the records, the Xperia E4 sports a 5″ qHD display, 1GB of RAM, expandable 8GB ROM, 5MP camera, 2MP front camera, quad-core MediaTek MT6582 chipset and a 2300mAh battery unit.