Designed specifically for the Japanese market, the new Xperia GX is scheduled to hit the local stores starting Summer 2012. Mentioned as the first Sony LTE smartphone along with its little brother ‘Xperia SX’, this Android-based smartphone is powered by a 1.5GHz dual core processors, 16GB internal flash storage, and is configured with a 4.6” Reality Display (sounds like Retina display, right?).
Regarding camera system, Sony Xperia GX features a 13MP camera with Sony Exmor R for mobile, HD video recording, and Sony technology to take 3D panoramic images. And to deliver full entertainment experience, the Xperia GX comes pre-loaded with three new media apps including “WALKMAN”, “Album” media library that’s connected to sicial network, and “Movies” app to playe video and audio.
I don’t know yet how much the Xperia GX will cost, but I don’t care much as my mind still flying to the upcoming quad-core smartphone Samsung Galaxy S III.
As an LTE-enabled device, the Xperia GX is able to download data up to 75mbps, but of course you need to stay in a country that offers LTE network such as Japan. Available in white and black, this phone offers the taste of Ice Cream Sandwich of course. Before you liave this page, you may check the Xperia Sola, a smartphone that’s sooooo sensitive.