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Sony has added new lower-end Xperia phones in its NXT line-up with the socially-inclined Xperia miro and dual-sim Xperia tipo.

The higher entry level-phone of the two, Xperia miro, sports a stylish design and is “deeply” integrated to Facebook for you social networking needs. Apart from that, this Xperia has customizable color illuminations for your notifications - let’s say, having the blue color for Facebook. This comes with Ice Cream Sandwich out of the box and a processor speed of 800 MHz. What makes Xperia Miro unique from other Xperias is its reverse chin (imagine the chin of HTC One V the other way around). 




Sony Xperia miro

3.5 inch HVGA scratch-resistant display
HSDPA, WiFi, DLNA, GPS
Accelerometer, proximity sensor, magnetometer
Deep Facebook integration
Sony xLOUD audio technology
TrackID music recognition
PlayNow
3.5mm headset jack
FM Radio with RDS
Bluetooth
5MP rear camera (LED flash and VGA video recording)
VGA front-facing camera
800MHz Qualcomm MSM7225A single-core processor
512MB of RAM
4GB of internal memory (2.2GB user accessible)
microSD card support, up to 32GB
Li-Ion 1500mAh battery
110 grams

Meanwhile, Xperia tipo has two identities – the regular Xperia tipo and the dual-sim twin brother. This is the most affordable Xperia yet which could be compared to the established Samsung Galaxy Y and LG Optimus L3. This handset also runs in 800 MHz Snapdragon processor and Ice Cream Sandwich. And if you fail to notice, this is Sony’s first ever dual-sim smartphone.



Sony Xperia tipo
3.2 inch scratch-resistant mineral glass display
480×320 pixels
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
Accelerometer
HSDPA, WiFi, GPS
Facebook integration
TrackID
PlayNow
xLOUD audio technology
3.5mm audio jack
FM Radio with RDS
3.2MP rear camera with VGA video recording
800 MHz processor
512MB of RAM
2.9GB of internal memory (2.5GB user accessible)
up to 32GB via microSD card
Li-Ion 1500mAh battery
103 x 57 x 13mm (dimensions)
99.4 grams (weight)

Sony has been so kind infusing ICS to entry-level phones such as these. Sony adds that the availability of these phones will be in Q3 this year. Such a good option if you're planning to have a transition to Android platform.

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