Sony Xperia E5 claims 2-day battery life

Sony has unveiled a new smartphone today called the Xperia E5. Sony says that the device is built around a large battery good for two days of use per charge and an "it just works" experience for users. The smartphone has 1.5GB of RAM paired with a quad-core MTK6735 chipset. Internal storage is 16GB and is expandable with microSD cards up to 200GB.

The device is available with dual SIM slots and runs Android Marshmallow right out of the box. The battery has 2700mAh of power and the smartphone weighs 147g and measures 144 x 69 x 8.2mm. The display is a 5-inch 720p HD unit and the smartphone comes in black or white colors. The rear camera is a 13MP unit with auto focus, HDR, integrated flash, and clear image 3x zoom.

The front camera is a 5MP unit with integrated flash. Sony added in features that smartphone photographers will appreciate with scene recognition that analyses shooting conditions and adjust settings for ideal quality. The camera also has a swipe control interface making swapping between modes easier and there is a share button for uploading images to Instagram, twitter, and Facebook.

Other features include an FM tuner, NFC, WiFi, ClearAudio+, and support for LTE connectivity. The smartphone comes loaded with a bunch of apps for work and play. Smart Cleaner is a feature that works in the background to give maximum power at all times and removes unused processes and cache data from the device. The goal of that feature is to provide longer battery life and a better user experience. Pricing for the Xperia E5 is unannounced at this time. The smartphone will launch in select European, Latin American, Middle East, and African markets in late June. There is no indication that the device will come to the US at this time.

SOURCE: sony mobile