Xperia A2 and Z2 rolled out in Japan

By | May 14, 2014

Today Sony have unveiled two devices Xperia A2 and Z2 in Japan, Earlier before unveiled this mobile A2 the specifications are leaked and circulated all over japan which was leaked by the one website in japan. Now Sony announced this mobile Xperia A2 for NTT Docomo in japan, joining Sony’s current flagship. The xperia Z2 on the japanese network.

Xperia A2

As Earlier rumors are circulated that xperia A2 specifications are similar to the Compact xperia Z1, Now that rumor become almost genuine as the specifications of this new smartphone matching the features of the Z1 compact.

The specifications of this device comes with 4.3 inch display with 720 pixel panel and the device is powered by snapdragon 800 series processor which is clocked at 2.2 GHz. This device sports 20.7 megapixel Sony exmor Rs Camera and pack a RAM of 2 GB. The device comes with 16 GB of internal storage memory.

One and only difference between xperia A2 and compact xperia Z1 are external. Former comes in orange and lavender as well as it comes with white and dark grey and back side phone panel is matte plastic. This new smartphone Xperia A2 comes on sale in the month of mid june in Japan.


Coming to the Docomo’s Xperia Z2 the smartphone will lands on may 21st, The specifications of this mobile comes with 5.2 inch IPS Capacitive touchscreen 16M colors display with 1080×1920 pixels resolution and powered by 2.3 GHz quad core qual comm snapdragon 801 series processor with 3 GB of RAM. This device also packs 16 GB of internal storage memory and expandable up to 128 Gb with the help of micro card SD.

The mobile runs on Android 4.4.2 Operating system, connectivity of this device includes WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS and more and sensors like Gyro, Accelerometer, Proximity, Compass, Barometer also included in this smart phone. It packs 3200 mAh Non Removable Li-ion battery.

Author: Micheal Edward Tansey

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