It's not exactly a secret Sony Mobile has been having issues keeping their profits up for quite some time now, but that's not affecting company's device unveilings. This Japan-based company has unveiled their Xperia Z4 flagship a couple of months ago in Japan, which was followed by Xperia Z3+ announcement (Xperia Z4 for the international market). Flagship devices aren't the only handsets this company has unveiled lately though, Sony has also showcased the Xperia C4 mid-ranger back in May. The Xperia C4 is a 'selfie' phone which offers the front-facing LED flash, and we have some new info regarding its availability now.
The Xperia C4 has been available in select markets for a while, and the phone is now finally also available in the US. The Sony Xperia C4 is now available for purchase via Amazon, even though Sony didn't exactly officially unveil it in the US. Anyhow, you can get this device in Black or White color options for $379 as we speak. The phone is unlocked, but it doesn't offer US LTE bands, this is the international variant of the device. You can use its 3G capabilities on AT&T and T-Mobile though, in case you're interested, though the lack of 4G LTE might be a deal breaker for some of you.
The Xperia C4 aka 'the selfie phone' features a 5.5-inch 1080p (1920 x 1080) IPS display along with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of expandable storage (expandable up to 128GB). MediaTek's MT6752 64-bit octa-core chip powers this handset along with a Mali-T760 MP2 GPU for graphics. The 13-megapixel camera (+LED flash) is located on the back of the Xperia C4, and the 5-megapixel front-facing snapper is also a part of the package, and is flanked by an LED flash as well. Android 5.0 Lollipop comes pre-installed on Sony's new mid-ranger, and this phone also offers the dual-SIM capability. The Xperia C4 comes with Clear Audio+, Clear Bass and xLOUD experience. The device measures 150.3 x 77.4 x 7.9mm, while it weighs 147 grams, in case you were wondering.
There you have it, the Xperia C4 is now available in the US as well, though the lack of 4G LTE support for US carriers might be a deal breaker for certain customers. Either way, visit the source link down below if you're interested.