Sony Mobile has just taken the wraps off its new Android Smartphones, mid-end and entry-level the Xperia U and Xperia P. The company also made sure that the Xperia ION which was tagged as being a US exclusive, will land outside of the US from summer 2012. Also gave another look at Sony Xperia S, the company said, the phone will go on sale this week in Barcelona, Spain.
Talking about new announced Sony Xperia U, having the similar design as the Sony Xperia S, the smartphone is powered by a dual core processor clocking at 1GHz. Also featuring a 3.5-inch (480 x 854) resolution qHD Reality Display with Mobile BRAVIA engine, the phone will come equipped with a 5MP back shooter with 720p HD recording. The handset will ship in the middle of Q2 2012, globally.
On the other hand, the Sony Xperia P smartphone will feature a 4-inch (540 x 960) resolution qHD Reality Display with White Magic technology (makes the handset much more readable in sunlight), 1 GB of RAM, an 8MP rear snapper with 1080p video recording support and Exmor R sensor, and a 1GHz dual core NovaThor U8500 processor. It’s an aluminum unibody device and it’ll be available in white, black and burgundy. There’s also a smart dock that lets you view device content on your TV as well as connect it to a mouse and keyboard for a computer-like experience. It’ll ship out in Q2 2012 also.
Cameras on both phones can shoot in 2D and 3D modes, and they both use NFC too. Both handsets are running on Android 2.3 and will get the Ice Cream Sandwich update in Q2 2012. More details on pricing and availability will be revealed in awhile later for both Smartphones, which we’re waiting to share with you.