BY | June 26, 2013

Both are mid-range handset from Japanese smart-phone manufacturer. Here we take a look at Sony Xperia SP M35t and Xperia CS39h specs and features

Alongside its much-hyped phablet the Xperia Z Ultra, Sony has publicized a couple of regular Android phones also in Shanghai. The new devices are the Xperia SP M35t, a TD-LTE-enabled edition of Xperia SP for the Chinese market and the Xperia C S39h, which is a dual-SIM qHD 5-inch smartphone and also the debutant of a quad core based MediaTek SoC chipset.

The new Xperia SP M35t is a special device for the Chinese carrier the China Mobile. It is looking almost like its original, except for its TD-LTE antenna that is compatible for the 4G network of the Chinese carrier. The original version of the device doesn’t support this carrier’s 4G.

It features the same 4.6-inch 720p display and a customizable transparent LED strip that can stretch at the bottom of the gadget. It gets power from a dual-core 1.7GHz Krait CPU with a Snapdragon S4 Pro chipset and more. It has an 8MP rear camera.

Meanwhile, the Xperia C S39h is designed for the Chinese carrier China Unicom. It is a 5-inch device with a display of qHD resolution at 960 x 540 pixels. The machine draws power from a quad core 1.2GHz MediaTek CPU and it has an 8MP snapper with Exmor R sensor.

The Sony Xperia C comes with dual SIM support, and it will be up in three colors on release; black, white and purple. Both the devices will run on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean out of the box. Sony hasn’t said when the devices would arrive in stores. Nor did it share any details about their pricing.

It is also unknown whether the Xperia C would make its way outside China anytime in future. For Chinese customers, these two Xperia handsets are ideal picks as they are designed with a lot of matching features.

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