Introduction to the Sony Xperia V LTE Smartphone
bluetooth 5 Dec 2012
Sony Mobile launches it’s LTE flagship mobile phone the Sony Xperia V in Singapore yesterday. The Bond Phone was showcased in the release of Skyfall.
This new mobile device is comes with full NFC and IP57 dust and water resistance just like the Xperia Acro S. In addition to these features, it supports LTE high speed data, supporting modes I, III, V, VII.
In contract to the Xperia Acros S which comes sealed, the Xperia V comes with a 1750mAh battery that is replaceable.
The phone comes in 2 variations a black and a white model. It has a dimension of 129 x 65 10.7mm and weighs 120 grams. It runs on 1.5 GHz Qualcommm MSM8960 Dual Core processor and powered by Google Android 4.0 ICS.
Features wise, it has a 3D Sweep panormam 13 megapixel 16x Digital ZOom camera which can do 1080p video recording. It also has a front facing 720p camera. It uses the Sony Exmor R image sensor and HDR.
For music it has Clear Audio+, XLoud, music equaliser and WALKMAN application. The display is a 4.3″ HD display powered by Mobile BRAVIA Engine 2 for razor sharp quality content.
The phone uses MHL connectivity for outputting contents on a big screen.
It has a talk time (GSM) of up to 7 hrs standby time (GSM) up to 300 hrs talk time (UMTS) up to 7 hrs standby time (UMTS) up to 400 hours standby time (LTE) up to 270 hours Music Listening time up to 18 hours video playback time Up to 4 hours.
In the next few pages, we will take a good look at the features of this phone.
One thought on “Video review of the Sony Xperia V LTE smartphone – First look”
Looks like a worthy buy. Has it all!
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