Sony Xperia J: 4-inch FWVGA display, S1 Snapdragon, 5MP camera

by XB on 29th August 2012

in Featured Content, Videos, Xperia J


The last of the three handsets announced by Sony Mobile at IFA 2012 was the Sony Xperia J (ST26i/ST26a). It’s a pretty handset carrying the same arc design seen in the other handsets announced today. The Sony Xperia J sits between the low to mid-end of the smartphone spectrum and features what Sony calls smart illumination notifications. It has a Qualcomm Snapdragon S1 MSM7227A chipset with 1GHz single-core processor and Adreno 200 (enhanced) GPU.

It will have a 4-inch gorilla glass display with FWVGA resolution (480 x 854) and supports 2-finger multi-touch. It will come with 512MB of RAM, 4GB of internal storage (650 MB of firmware (using 1.3 GB physical memory to secure against memory errors), 766 MB of phone memory and 2 GB for media) and microSD memory card support.

Camera duties will be taken care of a 5MP sensor with VGA video recording and a VGA front-facing camera. It will also come with a removable 1750Mah battery capable of 5 hours and 36 minutes of GSM talk time. The Sony Xperia J has slim dimensions of 124.3 x 61.2 x 9.2 mm and will weigh 124 grams. The handset will launch in four colours (black, gold, pink and white) during Q4 2012.

Sony Xperia J White Paper

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Via Sony Mobile Press (1 and 2) and Sony Mobile Developer.

  • christo

    Xperia Jlo Nice design, bad processor

  • cesar

    goodbye to the best Sony Ericsson logo! :/ liquid energy

  • Xlash Andraid

    The weakest member of the new family, yet beautiful.

  • Candyman

    VGA recording? Are we in 2005 again? It should at least have been 720p recording.

  • Adrian

    Same hardware as in Xperia X10i? This has to be real cheap…

  • CESAR
  • InspectorGadget80

    The bottom light is the best feature

  • ice_wolf

    why sony put s1 snapdragon processor?, it is better if sony put s2 snapdragon processor. If sony did it, this J can get higher sale in 3rd world country and can beat all samsung low end smartphone… i love the design, i thought i gonna replace with my old w705. look like i better stick with old thing (w705 still got bigger battery than this j)

  • foggyflute

    why, S4 and 8mp camera and this could be my next phone…
    without international SX, I have nothing to replace my Ray

  • malih

    Still kindof hoping for the successor to Ray, probably with the same Arc curve

  • Why would anyone buy this piece of shit for €250???

    The Arc S is €250 at the moment, and has a better camera, processor, screen and also ICS. This phone probably is too damn slow to run Jelly Bean. The price is way too high, people will get disappointed how slow it is. Even the Xperia mini series could handle 720p recording…

    I guess this thing is similar to the LG Optimus L3: people only think it’s good because of the big screen, and after buying they notice it’s slow as sh*t. Only the design of this phone is a positive thing.

  • if this phone using same specs with xperia p & u (1ghz dual core novathor) except with 768mb ram, i’ll buy it. My choice still stick with V.

  • mahesh

    5.30hrs oh!! very law talk time. isnt it?

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