Sony has today announced the launch of two new, high-end Android smartphones, the Xperia M5 and C5 Ultra to make your selfies even more crisp and perfect, armed with Sony’s water and dust-proof tech.
Both these phones are expected to go on sale in mid-August and feature improved specs as compared to Sony’s previously launched devices.
And while both these phones are resistant to water and dust, Sony’s prime emphasis is towards making your photography moments, even more detailed. For your regular, rear-camera photography, these phones feature an impressive 21.5 MP rear-shooter. And for your selfie cravings every now and then, you get a 13 MP front snapper, making sure you don’t miss out on even the minutest of details during selfies.
Moving on to other general specs, both phones come with a 5-inch full HD display, a 2.0 Ghz Octa-core processor, powered by a rather lesser 3GB RAM. Sony claims the phones to last two full days, running on that 2600mAh battery pack.
Both front and back are “sleek premium glass,” Sony says, but there are also stainless steel corners to protect against the odd drop.
The C5 Ultra, is slightly less powerful as compared to the above specified M5 model. It features a less powerful 1.7 GHz processor, with the rear camera too getting a het cut on the mega-pixel front. C5 Ultra has a 13 MP rear snapper, though it still has that same 13 MP selfie shooter up front.
But C5 Ultra gets a rather odd bump in screen size as compared to the more powerful M5. The C5 Ultra sports a 6 Inch Full-HD display, along with a one-hand mode to help you get around that larger screen.
These are coming in mid-August. As on pricing front, Sony has frustratingly kept that hidden, making us wait till the actual launch.