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The Xperia acro S, miro, tipo and tipo dual each have their selling points and a certain wow factor, but unfortunately they are all only available for sale in unlocked versions. That means you’ll have to scrape together more than just a few pennies to get the phones, although the upside is you won’t tie yourself to a long-term carrier agreement.

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All eyes might be fixed on Sony’s upcoming high-end Hayabusa and Mint smartphones, but the company is also planning to strengthen its entry-level line-up, too. The Xperia Tipo, which we saw not long ago getting the FCC’s approval, will be hitting the UK in just a few weeks. That’s a fact, and not some sort of rumor, even though Sony has yet to release a statement on the matter. We don’t need any statement, however, because O2 and Orange, two of the most important British mobile operators, are already listing the phone on their websites as “coming soon”. Neither O2,…

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Much to everyone’s surprise (and disappointment), Sony just unveiled that “next Xperia” phone teased on Facebook on Monday. The mid-range “miro” is far from the high-end super-phone we’ve been expecting from Sony, but it still looks like a pretty decent and stylish piece of technology. We unfortunately can’t say the same about the Xperia tipo and tipo dual, a new smartphone duo unveiled by Sony that only has one (tiny) ace up its sleeve. As you probably have figured it out from its name, the tipo dual will come with dual-SIM support, being the first such device manufactured by the…