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Sony Xperia E4 Release Date, Specs News: Features Longer Battery Life That Can Last 2 Days

Sony Xperia E4 Release Date, Specs News: Features Longer Battery Life That Can Last 2 Days

Sony Xperia E4 will reportedly have a battery that can last until two days of "active use."

The user can even extend the battery life for more than two days when the device is operated using "STAMINA and Ultra STAMINA modes." The stand by time is up to 653 hours for 3G and 696 hours for 2G. It is a non-removable Li-lon 2300 mAh battery.

As for the Sony Xperia E4 design, it has few similarities with its predecessor Xperia E3. The smartphone has "soft edges" rather than "sharp ones." It made the phone looked sturdy and the company dubbed it as "OmniBalance design."

The smartphone weighs 144 grams and measures 137 by 74.6 by 10.55 millimeters. It has a 5-inch screen that comes with 540 x 960 pixel resolution. It also has a "scratch-resistant glass" as well, GSM Arena reported.

When it comes to the camera, Sony Xperia E4 sports a 5-megapixel main camera with 2592 x 1944 pixel resolution and a 2-megapixel secondary camera. It has geo tagging, touch focus and face detection. The company has always provided a decent camera in its smartphones and this model has a night flash that can produce good selfies.

The Sony Xperia E4 runs with Android 4.4.4 KitKat. Most users are looking for Android 5.0 Lolllipop already but reports say that the updated OS will eventually be available for the E4. The CPU is Quad-core 1.3 GHz Cortex-A7 , which can accommodate daily smartphone tasks well for a budget-friendly phone, according to Trusted Reviews.

As for the memory, users can store up to 32 GB in the microSD. The internal memory is 8 GB with 1 GB of RAM. There is enough space to facilitate downloads of apps, video clips and songs.

Sony Xperia E4 will reportedly be available in the middle of February but it will not be sold in the U.S. The budget-friendly phone comes in traditional colors of black and white.

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