Japanese electronic herculean, Sony Mobile Communications AB acquired the whole share of the Swedish telecommunication company, Ericsson. It was on October 1, 2001 the joint venture between Sony and Ericsson was founded. Under their consortium, the company launched a lot of smartphones those showcased a new pattern of smartphoning to the world. Being one of the top electronic device manufactures, Sony realized its standby and decided to go ahead lonely in the future. It is estimated that, â‚¬1.05 billion has been transacted to the account of Ericsson as per the acquire strategy.
Meanwhile, Sony launched its first independent cellphone, Xperia S smartphone. It comes under it smartphone flagship Xperia NXT series. â€œExperience everything in HD,â€ quoted in the official page of Xperia S. The most impressive feature of Xperia S that isolates it from other smartphones is its 12.1 MP primary camera with LED flash and autofocus. The secondary cam assists it quiet smartly with a 1.3 MP cam. In spite of that the 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Dual Core processor does a better job in faster smartphoning. The HD display, 4.3 inch scratch-resistant TFT touchscreen visualizes gallery with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels and 16 million colors. Though 1750 mAh Li-Ion battery is not such a good storage of power, it still manages to share talk time up to 8.5 hours, standby time up to 420 hours and music listening time of 25 hours. The Xperia is priced at Rs.29,000.
The company already has 19 Xperia smartphones in the India market and 3 upcoming mobiles â€“ Xperia miro, Xperia ion and Xperia tipo dual are to be launched soon.
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