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Sony Xperia E4g prices in Philippines

Looking for a budget device that doesn’t cut short the fun? The Sony Xperia E4g is a perfect entry level device that comes with generous features and a friendly price tag. Check it out right here!

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Sony Xperia E4g: Making Life Move Faster and Easier

Sony’s affordable smartphones are nothing less awesome than its premium counterparts, that’s what the E-series has come to show to us. The Sony Xperia E4g is its 4th generation offering in the series that continued to deliver abundant features and functionalities that you rarely get from the entry level market. This entry device offering from Sony manages to pull off decent performance in processing speed, camera, and multitasking. It’s not worth a lot of money, but it’s features and packaging will tell you otherwise.

Definite Power Boost

Being an entry level device is already a hint that this phone is no power device, however, that doesn’t mean it can’t do a decent amount of crunching. The Sony Xperia E4g is powered by a Mediatek MT6732 SoC, a midrange chip that houses a quad-core processor which is clocked at 1.5GHz in every cortex. To complement its performance, a Mali T760MP2 GPU is in place to run and manage its graphic processing need. The Sony Xperia E4g is a budget offering where Sony was able to stretch the capacity of an entry level device to its greatest lengths, with the most modest hardware that it could possible accommodate.

Just the Right Amount Pixels

This phone is equipped with a pretty standard camera which is more than good enough for an entry level device. It comes with a 5 Megapixel camera that has auto-focus, touch focus, face detection, HDR mode, dual LED flash, and can record Full HD video (1080p) at 30fps. The still camera produces great quality photos, proving that pixel count does not necessarily equate to quality. Aside from that, it’s among 5Mp shooter that could take HD videos. When it comes to camera, you’ll surely get more than what you ought to from an entry level smartphone.

Enough Memory and Storage

Play more, watch more, listen more, enjoy more with Sony Xperia E4g! Enjoy the liberty of carrying with you all the files, the apps, the songs, or the music that you want wherever you go, all thanks to its 8GB storage which is expandable up to 32gb with a microSD card. You’ll never have to worry about running out of storage space because you will have more than enough to get things done. Also, you’ll enjoy the experience even more as you multitask with ease. 1GB RAM is sufficient enough for the phone to run various basic apps all at the same time.

Sony Xperia E4g Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2015-10-16
Stamina mode which gives up to 2 days charge, Design is very different and really interesting — it brings some of Sony's flair to what can be a fairly bland prepaid cadreCamera focus & shutter delay can result in blurry photos, Rear audio speaker phone is something that will disappoint
Sony 's Xperia E4 was announce earlier this year, and it showed off a new design which Sony referred to as a ‘curved, OmniBalance design'. Basically, more rounded, more curvy. Neat.The Xperia E4 would come in two variants, one supporting 3G (HSPA) only, a...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-20
Sony's budget Xperia E4g phone has the hook of fast 4G compatibility, but in every other respect it comes up short.Budget phones often omit the bells and whistles of their more pricey mid-range and top-tier brethren, but it's fascinating seeing which feat...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-06
Stiff casing with good feel, Decent connectivity, Swift SoC, Bright IPS screen, Good color reproduction, Long battery lifeNonremovable battery, Cameras' lowlight performance, Poor speaker, Low screen resolution
Black or White. Sony launches its new Xperia E4g in black and in white on the market. The 4.7 inch smartphone features an IPS screen, LTE Cat.4, NFC, and a Mediatek quad-core Soc alongside dual-band Wi-Fi. The smartphone is priced at approximately 130 Eur...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-14
Decent fluidity all round, Screen quality, Nice and comprehensive interface, NFC, a rare feature on entrylevel handsetsMediocre cameras, Screen resolution, Android 4.4 KitKat... in May 2015, No dualSIM compatibility, Battery life could be better
Sony didn't focus much design effort on the Xperia E4g; clearly, its entry-level designation doesn't warrant much of Sony's time. It's not that the E4g is unattractive, especially given its curved edges and rounded corners. But at 10.8 mm (0.4") thick and
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Reviewed on 2015-04-23
Bright, coloraccurate display, Excellent battery life, Good pictures outdoors and 1080p video recording, Sturdy, easy to handle phone, Rich set of connectivity options, including 4G LTE and MiracastSubpar screen resolution, Weak lowlight photography, Long shottoshot times, Wobbly power key
If you need an inexpensive, unpretentious phone to give to your teen or even kiddo, without worrying about the consequences, Sony has got you covered with the new Xperia E4g. It is pretty low as specs go, sporting a qHD screen (certainly not to be confus...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-21
Sony's affordable E-series has definitely come a long way and with its current fourth generation. The company is really going to great lengths to deliver abundant functionality and usability at a modest price tag.Recently, we took a look at the Sony Xperi...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-27
These days you can get a decent smartphone for cheap. The budget line is no longer a bargain bin for underpowered, low quality phones. Rather, it's a growing segment for compelling phones at aggressive prices. In fact, you need to look past the high-end ...
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