It’s been a long time since Sony released a smartphone in the U.S. market that had a chance of hitting it off with customers — too many of their recent releases have either been meant for niche markets (the Xperia Play 4G) or were expensive and unlocked (nearly all of these things).
That said, they’re looking to give it another go with the new Xperia ion, and it certainly looks like it could go all the way. It’s the company’s first LTE-enabled phone to land in the United States, it packs a much touted camera, and it’ll only set AT&T customers back $99. What’s not to like?
Read on for all the juicy details.
- 4.6-inch 720p Reality Display and Mobile Bravia engine
- Runs Android 2.3.7 Gingerbread
- 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S3 processor
- 1GB of RAM
- 16GB of onboard storage, can take up to an additional 32GB microSD…
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