Sony announces Xperia AX for Japan


A new Xperia handset is headed to Japan courtesy of Sony. The Sony Xperia AX is an LTE-enabled Xperia V (pictured above) variant with certain features specific to the Japanese market, including infrared data exchange, mobile wallet support, and mobile TV. Other specs include a 4.3-inch HD REALITY Display powered by the Mobile BRAVIA Engine 2, a 13MP camera, and Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich. NFC allows for easy pairing with other Sony products such as headphones and speakers.

The Sony Xperia AX is slated to touchdown in Japan by the end of the year. Pricing and carrier partners are not known at this time.

[via Sony]


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  1. and here we go again Sony another phone another letter nothing new!does anybody have an idea on how many phones has Sony designed and had on the market on 2012?

    1. How many phones have been released with a 13mp camera again? Oh wait.

      1. ICS isn’t new.

        1. Who cares? Sony keeps their bootloaders open, and they one of the best Android OEM’s in terms of updating their phones. They haven’t been ‘fast’, but they’ve been consistent. Most of Samsung’s lower end phones never get updated at all. I would much rather take the 13 mp camera and ics, and then just load jellybean myself.

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