Sony has released their budget-friendly handset the Xperia E5 in selected markets such as Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and Africa. Unfortunately, it’s not likely this phone will come to the US, but that’s okay since the number of budget handsets available in the States is basically growing every day.
This smartphone features some pretty low-end specs, however what more can you expect from a phone that uses mainly plastic in its build.
Here’s a rundown of all the key specs of the Xperia E5:
5-inch 720p HD display
Quad-Core 1.3GHz MediaTek MTK6735 processor
16GB on-board storage (expandable via microSD card up to 200GB)
13MP rear camera w/ auto focus, HDR, flash
5MP front camera
2700mAh battery (Sony claims up to 2 days of juice)
The Xperia E5 doesn’t necessarily skimp out on good specs, however the ones chosen aren’t great either. I’m sure the 2700mAh battery will get you through maybe one and a half days since there’s only a 720p display, however it is still a bit small. Nevertheless, these internals should suffice the $220 price point of this guy.