Yesterday night I showed them it thanks to a tweet from Sony that it anticipated its presentation, and today the Japanese have complied with the official announcement of the Sony Xperia C3, the smartphone designed to of selfies.
Don’t expect revolutions beyond the concept, because we are facing a terminal range media in which nothing stands out above its front camera of 5 megapixel camera with 25 mm optical and angle of 80 degrees, accompanied by a front LED flash.
Hardware and software
With the Xperia C3 are facing a large screen device of 5.5 inches and resolution 720 p (267 pixels per inch), that accompanied a few frames bulky in tune with the rest of the range Sony will create together a mid-range body of phablet smartphone.
Inside you will find a chipset Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 accompanied by 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal storage memory expandable with microSD cards.
Its main camera module will be a 8-megapixel Exmor RS with LED flash, and its thin casing of 156 x 78.5 x 7.6 mm and weighing 150 grams fit a 2500 mAh battery.
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However, the main protagonist is the front camera specially designed for selfies, fashionable lately, and that as already mentioned will be with a 5 megapixel, wide-angle and a dedicated flash sensor with soft mode to allow focus to short distance without oversaturate near objects – which will be our faces, normally-.
Sony Xperia C3 hits the market with Android 4.4.2 and Xperia UI, with specific software to take advantage of its front-facing camera: automatic fire detector smiles or double-tap on the back, capture mode Superior to improve the picture automatically or effects in real time and subsequent enhancements.
Sony Xperia C3, availability and prices
The new Sony Xperia C3 will delight lovers of the self-portrait from the month of August, when it will premiere in China with integrated dual-SIM support. You will arrive at an undetermined price yet, and will do so in three colors: black, white and Mint.
In successive weeks, we’ll expand its roots by other markets, in versions that will have LTE connectivity.