ATT Announces First Sony LTE Smartphone – Xperia Ion

ATT Announces First Sony LTE Smartphone – Xperia Ion

The Xperia ion is Sony’s first LTE Android device running Android v2.3(gingerbread).  This device will launch exclusively in the U.S. on the AT&T network in the 2nd quarter of 2012.  Boasting a resolution of 1280×720 this should bring a stunning HD experience on a 4.6″ display.  The specs (listed below) are beastly!  Imagine the looks on your friends faces when you tell them, “oh its a 12mp camera.”

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Key Features for Xperia ion:

·         4.6-inch HD Reality display with Mobile BRAVIA® Engine with HD resolution screen (1280 x 720), as well as rear (1080p) and front (720p) cameras for HD recording.

·         1.5GHz dual-core processor for fast browsing and content download, which can be stored on the internal 16GB flash storage.

·         12MP rear camera with Sony Exmor R™ for mobile with fast-capture to go from standby to first shot in less than two seconds.

·         HD sharing through DLNA, HDMI and BRAVIA Sync to quickly and easily stream content on other screens.

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