Posted on May 31 2016 - 11:58pm by Anurag Kumar

Sony Mobile officially announced Sony Xperia E5 today and this time it is for real. A few days back we saw Sony accidentally revealing it on their social media accounts. This is the second handset which Sony announced in last 2 weeks (after Xperia XA Ultra).

Sony Xperia E5 is a mid ranger with 1.3 GHz Quad-Core MTK6735 (64-bit) processor backed by 1.5 GB RAM, 16 GB internal storage running on 2700mAh battery. It features 13 MP rear camera and 5 MP front camera, Android Marshmallow out of the box. It will be available in both single SIM and Dual SIM variants in White and June 2016.

Sony Xperia E5

Xperia E5 weighs 147 grams and is 7.9 mm thick. Sony has changed its signature power button in Xperia E5, where a cylindrical button is there instead of round one.

Xperia E5 Dimensions

Xperia E5 Dimensions

Xperia E5 Specifications 

Model Xperia E5
SIM Single SIM and DUAL SIM (Nano SIM)
Dimensions 144 x 69 x 8.2 mm
Weight 147 grams
Battery 2700mAh
Display 5″ 720p display
OS Android Marshmallow (out of the box)
RAM 1.5 GB
Internal Storage 16 GB (with micro SD card support upto 200 GB)
Processor Quad-Core MTK6735 (64-bit)
GPU Mali-T720 MP2
Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.2
Camera 13 MP Rear Cam, Auto-Focus, HDR Photo, Flash, 3x Clear Zoom

5 MP Front Cam

Waterproof/dustproof No
Connectivity NFC, Wi-Fi, USB charging, LTE (4G) Cat4, Radio FM
Colors Available White, Graphite Black
Fingerprint Sensor No
Network GSM / HSPA / LTE
Announcement Date  May 2016

Xperia E5 Pictures

Xperia E5 Launched

Xperia E5 13 MP Rear Camera

Xperia E5 5" 720p Display

Xperia E5 Leaked Pic by Sony officially

Sony Xperia E5 Leaked

Xperia E5 in Black

We will keep you updated once we get more details on the Xperia E5 pricing.

Sony has been launching handsets with MediaTek SoC from a long time now, which one you prefer, handset with Snapdragon SoC or MediaTek SoC. Drop your comments below.

Source – Sony Mobile

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