Xperia V, Sony’s first LTE smartphone is finally here!

Branded as the “Bond phone” for the Singapore market, the Xperia V packs a bunch of new features that enhances your media experience. These amazing new features can be classified under Create, Listen and Watch.

Create

The Xperia V boasts a 13MP back-illuminated CMOS sensor (labelled as Exmor R) that is complemented by HDR and SuperiorAuto. Still images will be chosen from the best of nine scenes in-built in the phone via SuperiorAuto. Then HDR snaps another two images with different exposure and matches the best result possible to produce that wonderful work of art. The phone also spots a VGA front camera capable of internet video calls (i.e. Skype, Viber etc.) Click here and here for sample pictures taken by the 13MP shooter.

Listen

The Xperia V flaunts its soul-shaking clarity audio quality with the latest WALKMAN player. It packs features like clear stereo, dynamic normaliser and surround sounds to choose from. ClearAudio+ automatically adjusts all these and the frequency of the music to produce the best possible sound.

Watch

The Xperia V spots a 4.3″ HD Reality Display (342PPI) that is powered by the brand new Mobile Bravia Engine 2 (MBE2). MBE2 introduces two new features on top of the existing Mobile Bravia Engine (MBE), an advanced contrast enhancer and a sharpness filter with content adaptive edge enhancer. In simple terms, better contrast and sharpness. Sony also introduced two new hardware technologies to work hand-in-hand with the MBE2, a sensor-on-lens touch screen (less haze, thinner phone and a direct touch experience) and an OptiContrast Panel (minimal reflection, natural colours and all black front in standby). Put all these new features together and you get a smartphone with the brilliant visuals of a BRAVIA television, yet retaining a slim and light chassis.

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