Ooops!! Sony launches Xperia M5 and C5 Ultra Android smartphones, with focus on perfect selfies

Ooops!! Sony launches Xperia M5 and C5 Ultra Android smartphones, with focus on perfect selfies
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Sony has remained a big top product in the world of android operating system phones.
Sony has announced two new Android smartphones – the selfie-obesessed Xperia M5 and Xperia C5 Ultra – that will go on sale around the world in mid-August.
The better-equipped of the two devices, the Xperia M5, continues Sony’s recent tradition of offering waterproof and dust-proof devices – and pairs that ingress resistance with a 21.5-megapixel rear camera and 13-megapixel front-facing camera for selfies or video calling.

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Other key hardware includes a 5-inch full HD display, a 2.0 Ghz Octa-core processor, 3GB RAM and a claimed two-day battery life from its 2,600mAh pack.
Both front and back are “sleek premium glass,” Sony says, but there are also stainless steel corners to protect against the odd drop.



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The C5 Ultra is slightly more moderately specified, with a slightly slower clock speed (1.7Ghz) on the processor and a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera instead of a 21.5-megapixel sensor.
However, the C5 Ultra is still camera-oriented and keeps the same 13-megapixel front-facing selfie snapper – it even includes a ‘Selfie Flash’ on the front and has a 22mm wide-angle lens to fit more people into a single shot.
To show off those high-res selfies, it also brings a 6-inch full HD display.

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With a large screen comes reachability problems though. To get around this, Sony has included a one-hand mode on the C5 Ultra.
The edge of the device is aluminium, but the rest of the phone comes with a choice of three colors – black, white or “glossy soft mint”.
Unfortunately, while Sony confirmed that both devices should start to roll out in mid-August, no pricing information was given, which is always frustrating (if not exactly rare) at the launch of a new phone.

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