CES 2012 – Sony Xperia ion – Latest Playstation Certified and Sony’s first LTE Android Phone to be released in second quarter this year (with promotional video & tech specs)

CES 2012 – Sony Xperia ion – Latest Playstation Certified and Sony’s first LTE Android Phone to be released in second quarter this year (with promotional video & tech specs)

Sony earlier in the Las Vegas International Consumer Electronics Show (CES2012), revealed its first LTE smartphone Xperia ion. It is noteworthy that, Xperia ion will have a PlayStation certification, the future is also scheduled with U.S. carrier AT & T exclusive joint in the second quarter of this year.

Has a “PlayStation Certified” certification which represents Sony’s Android phone by the official audit, consumers can expect to be perfect on the device experience “PlayStation Suite” brought about by the game service.

The Xperia ion with the previously approved “PlayStation Certified” certification. The biggest difference between ion and Xperia Play is removal of physical PlayStation control buttons and replaced by is powerful camera, photography, and video sharing capabilities. Officials claim the shutter of ion is fast and takes only 1.5 seconds for any photos

The Tech Specs are as follows

Screen: 4.6 inch 1280 x 720 HD Reality Display

Processor: 1.5GHz dual-core processor, built-in 16GB flash storage
Camera: 12 million pixels, with Exmor R for Mobile sensor, 1080p video capture support
Operating System: Android platform 2.3 (Gingerbread)

SE North America President Paul Hamnett said: “Xperia ion smart phone market will bring a lot of initiative, through audio and videostreaming in HD to share technology that will allow users anywhere to have shared a number of electronic devices seamless real-timeentertainment experience. ”

 

Will android 2.3 Gingerbread be enough for this phone? Why can’t they get the latest android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on this LTE phone? Do they mean playstation only certify android 2.3?

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