Sony has officially announced an affordable and impressive Xperia J handset at IFA event in Berlin, along with the Xperia T / Xperia TX and Xperia V handsets. As usual, FCC was one of the first to get their hands on a new Xperia J. The guys over at FCC didn’t waste any time and tore a Xperia J handset to pieces to see what is inside, just a few hours after the device went official.
Sony Xperia J has got a top notching 5MP rear camera on the back with full ImageChip technology, 4-inch FWVGA screen, 512MB RAM, 4GB internal memory that can be expandable up to 32GB on a microSD card slot, 1750mAh battery.
Unfortunately, FCC fillings haven’t provided specific info on the phone’s landing in the United States and the phone is also lacking 4G LTE radios inside, although it did launch it in Hong Kong and Taiwan and is expected to make it available in Europe in September. Commission website haven’t also revealed much details regarding the handset. We are just presented with various tear-down photos of the Xperia J handset, which could be a better option for prepaid market