Sony is ready to surprise us once more as it will release the upcoming Xperia Ion in Canada too, though initially, the phone was promised only for the AT&T US users. The handset will arrive through Canada’s major carriers Rogers, Bell and TELUS, but only after its AT&T launch. So, the Canadian’s customers can now make plans for buying this interesting Android based device, which can be the perfect alternative for those who are looking forward in getting a powerful but affordable smartphone. Details about the Xperia Ion release date, specs, features and price are being mentioned during the following lines.
First, when you talk about the Xperia Ion you must consider its look. The design is well done, Sony surprising once more with the smoothly Xperia line. The phone is coming with a classic but elegant case, which can easily suit different kinds of users with different preferences. Of course is not the most spectacular device available, but it doesn’t leave a cheap made impressions like other phones. Anyway, leaving the looks aside, we must mention the performances, as this is the most relevant aspect related to a smartphone.
The Sony Xperia Ion specs are including a dual core 1.5 GHz Qualcomm processor, 16 GB of internal storage memory (SD card slot expanding up to 32 GB included), 1 GB of RAM, a 12 MP rear facing camera with autofocus and LED flash, a 1.3 MP front facing camera and a 4.5 inch LED-backlit LCD, capacitive touchscreen. Furthermore, the Ion should feature the Gingerbread operating system, but don’t worry as Sony promised an ICS update shortly after the official release.
By the way, the Xperia Ion release date for US AT&T will be on June 24th a date announced even from its first appearance. So, if you like it, head to the stores for more details. Just remembered, the price tag will be $ 99.99 but only under a two year commitment with the already mentioned carrier.
Now, as already stated in the introduction, Sony will launch the Xperia Ion in Canada too. The exact release date is still unknown, but we are expecting further info in the coming days. The device will first arrive to Rogers, so Bell and TELUS will follow. That’s all for now, but keep an eye wide opened for news because who knows maybe the Ion will embrace the Canadian users sooner than expected.