First Live Picture Of The Sony Xperia G

Posted: Feb 14 2014, 1:32pm CST | by , Updated: Feb 14 2014, 1:44pm CST, in News | Mobile Phones

First live picture of the Sony Xperia G

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Sony's first mid range phone most likely to be seen at the MWC

This year we will see Sony’s first mid range smartphone which is the Sony Xperia G and pictures of it have already started filling in the internet. This was a much expected move by Sony and the phone being part of the mid range category is quite explainable since Sony has already launched the high profile Xperia Z1 Compact at the CES last month. This was followed by the introduction of the T2 Ultra phablet after which we expected the company to bring out a mid range device as well.

Unfortunately we have no more details on the Sony Xperia G as yet and all we know is what we can tell from looking at the picture which tells us that the phone is following in the footsteps of the Xperia Z1 Compact with the same design and footprint. If this trail has to be followed by the upcoming phone, then it is most likely that display will be 4.3" or smaller but obviously nothing can be concluded at this stage with this little information. The MWC will be starting on the 24 of January and we are expecting to see the phone at the event.


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