The Sony Xperia E1 is entry-level smartphone targeted at young users with a taste for loud music. Featuring generally entry-level specs, such as a 4-inch 800 x 480 display, a dual-core Snapdragon 200 processor clocked at 1.2GHz, and just 512MB of RAM, and 3 MP rear camera, what makes the Xperia E1 special is its audio prowess, with a loud speaker, backed by Sony’s ClearAudio+ and xLoud technologies, allowing for the sound to remain distortion-free even when you’re pumping beats at high volumes.
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Even with display sizes of Android flagships increasing, there is still a line between smartphones and tablets. There are some devices that though that are certainly toeing this rapidly thinning line. One such device is the Sony Xperia Z Ultra, that pushes the size limits of a smartphone, with its massive 6.4-inch display. Other than the gigantic screen, the Xperia Z Ultra is identical to its namesake in terms of features and specifications, and provides the same smooth experience that you’d get with the original, only a significantly larger display.
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Banking on the brand recognition of its flagship offerings for its mid-range lineup is a trend that is followed by almost every major Android OEM. With the exception of the Sony Xperia Compact series, the “mini” iteration of most flagship devices indicate not only a smaller size, but lower overall specifications as well. That is certainly the case with the LG G2 Mini, that features the same design language of its flagship sibling, including the unique rear button layout, in a more compact body, and with decidedly mid-range specifications. In a lot of ways, if you loved the design of the LG G2, but wished that it were smaller, and also comparatively cheaper, the LG G2 Mini [...]