If you are looking for a low-cost Android smartphone off-contract with reasonable power under the hood, Sony may have you covered. Earlier today the company announced it is now offering the Sony Xperia Advance in the United States, unlocked for just $250.
Sony is about to introduce 3 new unlocked handsets in US: Sony Xperia Acro S, Sony Xperia Tipo Dual and Sony Xperia Advance. Will this be Sony’s chance to gain momentum in the US market, or will the attempt fail because the phones are not going to be subsidized by carriers?
Less than 48 hours after officially unveiling the Xperia acro S and the Xperia go (also known as the Advance), Sony has made the two phones’ specs official. The water and dust-resistant duo stars in two new official video clips, where you’ll be able to take another quick peek at the phone’s sleek designs, but also check out their most important features. The Xperia acro S is clearly the star here, as it is pretty much a (slightly) upgraded Xperia S with some resistance to the elements added. The exact same dual-core 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S3 processor powering the original…