Xperia E4 gets LTE Connectivity, evolves into the Xperia E4g

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With smartphones manufacturers increasingly discarding 3G in favor of the newer and faster 4G technology, Sony has recently announced the launch of its Xperia E4g, which is a result of company’s attempt to create a LTE supported version of the Xperia E4 which will likely ship come April with a price tag of around €129.

The Xperia E4, which already boasted of 1 GB RAM paired with 8 GB of internal storage along with 5-MP rear and 2 MP front clickers is expected to retain all its previous specs with the only changes occurring around the connectivity portion and the processors — which have gone up to 1.5 GHz from 1.3 GHz — in fact Sony has managed to offer a battery life of two days, even while retaining the same old 2300 mAh battery used in the 3G-only variant, which is a bit surprising given that the LTE consumes significantly more power than its predecessor.

For more details, do check out Sony’s official blog here.

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