Sony has had to deal with several leaks concerning their newly-announced Xperia M handset but that hasn’t stopped them from going all out with the reveal. The Xperia M is a mid-range NFC-enabled device that features the curved back seen in the Xperia T.
Their new smartphone is the latest in the lineup of lettered Xperia handsets and has a dual core 1GHz Qualcomm MSM8227 processor, 4-inch 854 x 480 TFT display, 4GB of internal storage(around 2GB of which is available to the user) and expansion up to 64GB with a microSD. A dual-SIM version of the phone is also in the offing for certain markets and the two-SIM version will launch with Android 4.2 as opposed to the Xperia M’s Android 4.1 OS.
The Xperia M will ship with a 5 megapixel rear camera that looks positively dinky compared to the Xperia Z‘s 13 megapixel shooter but it will at least still have Sony’s Exmor RS sensor. A VGA front camera will also be making the cut for the device and Sony-specific features like Stamina Mode are included, with this particular feature offering a claimed battery life on standby of just shy of 500 hours.
Source: Digital Trends