In early 2014, Sony announced that it was selling VAIO and focuses on smartphones. But in less than 12 months as VAIO (which no longer has anything to do with Sony) talked about plans to release its own smartphone. And now, according to GSMDome, manufacturer rallied and ready to show its first phone on March 12.
As you can see, engineers VAIO recently engaged not only in the creation of new laptops (VAIO Z and VAIO Z Canvas), but also preparing its first smartphone that will run on Android 5.0 Lollipop already “out of the box.” Presented new Japanese mobile phone operator Japan Communications on March 12th. On the markets where the device will be sold and its price yet says nothing. And here are some specifications already lighted in different benchmarks.
Today we know that the smartphone will get a 64-bit processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 410, which has four cores running at a clock frequency of 1.2 GHz. The screen will be a 5-inch with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels (ie HD). RAM 2 GB, we promise, and to store personal data – 16 GB (microSD card support for nobody until you said). Two chambers: the main receive 13 megapixel digital camera module and the front – 5-megapixel. Unfortunately, this is all that we now know about this phone.
Judging by the characteristics of the smartphone takes a position somewhere between the top and the bottom of the budget segment average. If not we will get a very good price and a good autonomy, the VAIO brand awareness can serve as a fact that the mobile market will be another serious player.
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