|Sony Xperia SP|
Although the SP could be the inexpensive edition of the Xperia Z, it doesn’t means that it won’t have outstanding technical specs. Just in case you don’t know, the handset is operated by a Snapdragon S4 Plus dual-core processor which is 1.7 GHz, which comes combined with an Adreno 329 GPU capable of 3D processing, and 1 GB of RAM. As you can expect, the Xperia SP carries a smaller sized display than its bigger brother, 4.6 inches to be precise, and it features a pixel resolution of 1280 x 720.
Moreover, the handset features two cameras, an 8 MP one rear-camera, and a 0.3 MP Front-camera. Relating to internal storage, the Xperia SP comes with 8 GB, however it can be extended if you also purchase a microSD card. Another mentionable part of hardware is the battery, which is a 2370 mAh one. As for the operating-system, the Sony Xperia SP runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean right out of the box.
As the specifications are quite impressive for a mid-range smartphone, the price tag is also in important part. There are lots of carriers offering the handset, thus plenty of offers at the same time. Anyway, T-Mobile offers it with a pre-paid option for £249.99, though the mobile operator is also giving it at no cost with a two-year contract of £21.00 monthly. Orange’s offer is similar, but it also requires a £10 top-up. Orange also has an interesting two-year plan which starts at just £20.50 and offers 300 minutes and unlimited sms messages, alternatively you can select for unlimited texts, 100 minutes and 500MB of data.
Obviously, there are still a couple of major UK mobile operators that may have not given their offers public, but will definitely provide their clients with details in a few weeks later. In case you desire to purchase the unlocked release of the Sony Xperia SP, you should drop by Handtec or Clove as the two retailers are offering to you the handset at good deals.
Additionally, you can still wait until April 6 once Amazon online marketplace will be selling it.
The Sony Xperia SP is a great option for anyone who can’t afford the Xperia Z flagship of the Japan-based company, given its price. Will the The new sony Xperia SP will become your upcoming Android 4.1 Jelly Bean smartphone? Don't hesitate to tell us in the comments area below.