by Adrian Diaconescu | August 1, 2016 10:05 AM
Quantity or quality? Any mobile device manufacturer would probably take both if it could have them, but it’s not always as easy as it sounds. And when it comes to picking one or the other, many experienced companies make the wrong decision. Sony is bold enough to go the fairly unpopular route of the two, contracting its smartphone business in several key regions, while looking to maximize high-end sales across Europe and Asia. Granted, the low to mid-end, budget-conscious Xperia E family is not dead yet, and even M5 and C5-series non-flagships may still get follow-up efforts by the end ...
by Stephen Schenck | February 27, 2013 4:26 PM
This week brought us plenty of news about the global launch of Firefox OS, as well as some new looks at native Firefox OS hardware. If you're interested in the platform in general, but are a bit hesitant to throw down more cash on an upstart OS like this, you might want to think about flashing an existing handset with a Firefox ROM. If you've got an Xperia E lying around, Sony has just the thing for you, releasing an experimental Firefox OS ROM today. That choice of phone shouldn't be too surprising, as the Xperia E's processor and display are pretty much in line with the sort of low-end ...
by Anton D. Nagy | December 5, 2012 8:14 AM
There are still letters in the alphabet and Sony is sticking to its recent naming convention trying to use up all of them. The new smartphone is here and it is called the Xperia E; it will become available in both single and dual SIM versions from starting from the first quarter of 2013. Color options include black, white, and pink. It features a 3.5-inch HVGA 320 x 480 display and it is powered by a 1GHz processor. Other specs include HD Voice features, an 1,500 mAh as well as the capability of accepting two SIM cards (for the dual-SIM version) which will allow for easy switching ...
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