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Wednesday, 16 May 2012 09:12

Xperia SX gets fondled, touched inappropriately

Written by Peter Scott



Probably the best compact Android out there


Sony is showing off a few new products at a Docomo event in Japan and The Verge had a go at the new Xperia SX.

Mind you, Sony could have called it the XS, as the tiny Xperia features a 3.7-inch screen and weighs just 95g. However, under the bonnet the SX packs a dual-core 1.5GHz processor, LTE and an 8-megapixel camera.

xperia-sx

The Verge absolutely loved it and it is easy to see why. The new Xperia looks very nice indeed and for the first time consumers will be able to get the latest tech in a very compact package. Most phones with similar specs feature 4.6- to 4.8-inch phones and due to their bulk they are really not suited for some consumers. We reckon ladies will love the SX.

You can check out the hands-on video here.



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