Sony Xperia TL phone - comes with innovative features and design could compete Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone


A new concept design model of Son Xperia lineup which could compete the latest Smartphone of Samsung Galaxy S III comes in the form of Sony Xperia TL.  For the overall features and specs, S III and Xperia TL have similar size with its diagonal display screen size and CPU processing power. So here it goes.

Sony Xperia TL sports a 4.8 inch Full HD TFT display screen boosted with shatter proof protection and also resilience against scratches as what you found out from Sony flagship models. It also equipped with the latest innovative features of Sony like Sony mobile BRAVIA engine for more clarity and crispness of the images, xLOUD technology and runs on Google’s latest OS – Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Under the hood power you can find a quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor which similar which the Samsung Galaxy S III with a clocked speed of 1.5GHz along with Adreno 225 GPU, 1GB of system memory (RAM), and 16GB of built-in storage can be expanded by up to 32GB additional space memory card via microSD card reader.  Packs with 14MP rear camera with LED flash, Exmor R sensor, 16x digital zoom and can support full HD video recording. On the front side you can find a 2MP front camera which has a capability to capture 1080p video content as well, perfectly use for self-taking such as video and still and also perfectly use for video chatting and video conferencing.
This new Sony Xperia concept models design has a measure of 7.8 mm at its thinnest point and weigh at 125 grams approx. Comes with a 1910 battery cell for power juicer, the power of multimedia is still on. This exquisite Sony Xperia concept design is made and created by Ben Ling which is surfaced his creation at concept-phones.com.

1 comments:

fab merchant said...

Nice post with awesome points! Can’t wait for the next one.
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