Sony Xperia dual typo is an Android 4.0 ICS smartphone for those with modest budgets, which can accommodate two SIM cards. The model is equipped with a 3.2 inch TFT screen with a resolution of 480 x 320 pixels and capacitive touch interface.
In a case weighing 99 grams and measuring 13 mm in thickness, Xperia dual typo hides single-core processor clocked at 800 MHz based on a Snapdragon core, and 512 MB RAM. On the back we will find a 3.2 megapixel camera and external speaker, above we have an audio output for a jack type headphone and a micro USB connector on the side.
The internal storage is limited to 2.5 GB, but can be expanded by adding a MicroSD memory card. The list of features also includes WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity, GPS receiver and a stereo FM radio module. The battery installed offers a capacity of 1500 mAh and promises at least 24 hours of use on a single charge.
Switching between the two SIM cards is possible by pressing a physical button installed on the casing, or configuring your phone to automatically change the active the SIM cards at certain times. From the explanation given by Sony, we can conclude that while accepting the installation of two SIM cards, the Xperia dual typo model can’t work simultaneously on two GSM networks.
Those who do not need the second card slot can choose the Sony Xperia typo, with a slightly reduced price. Unfortunately Sony did not release the exact release date and purchase prices. We only know that Sony Xperia typo comes variations of red, blue and white, in comparison with the Xperia dual typo which comes in black and white.