06272017Headline:

Sony’s new Xperia™ E4 – large screen with two days battery backup

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New Delhi: Sony Mobile has unveiled Xperia E4, a new addition to its Xperia range of smartphones. The latest Sony smartphone has a 2300mAh battery that the company claims can last for two days. Users can activate Battery Stamina mode to optimise how the battery is used and Ultra Stamina mode to keep the device running on its core functions for a week.

The Xperia E4 has a 5-inch quad-HD scratch-resistant display, runs on Android 4.4.4 (KitKat) and is powered by a 1.3 GHz quad-core processor. It features 1GB RAM and 8GB internal storage.

With a 5-megapixel rear camera and a 2-megapixel front camera, the smartphone has in-built features like auto scene recognition and image enhancing features apart from other camera apps.

The Xperia Transfer application facilitates migration of contacts, photos, bookmarks, apps, music, messages from other Android, iOS or BlackBerry devices.

The phone is is available in classic black and white and will go on sale from mid-February along with its dual-SIM variant.

Two-day battery guarantees superior performance

Sony’s latest smartphones are fast becoming famous for their superb battery life. Xperia E4 draws upon that expertise, integrating a powerful 2300mAh battery that gives you up to two-days battery life; so you don’t have to worry about charging your phone every night. If that isn’t enough, activate Battery STAMINA Mode to optimize how your battery is used and Ultra STAMINA Mode to keep your phone running on its core functions for a week.

Along with stamina, you also get speed. A high-performing 1.3 GHz Quad-core processor with fast performance means that you can run multiple apps simultaneously, surf the web and stream videos all at once. The processor and 1GB of RAM also give you high performance and speed without draining your battery. With 8GB of storage, your Xperia E4 has room to store all of your favourite content too.

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