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Coming this November! Sony Xperia J: Price, Specs and Availability in the Philippines

Sony Xperia J

Sony Philippines recently announced that the Sony Xperia J, a stylish smartphone design affordable with a standout screen size will officially be available in the Philippines in the middle of November for an SRP of just Php13,490! The Sony Xperia J builds on the same design language first introduced by the award-winning Xperia arc and Xperia arc S – combining a slim form factor with an emphasis on the display for excellent viewing. Sony is putting NFC at the heart of content sharing through its 'One-touch' function, taking NFC beyond the traditional uses such as e-ticketing and payments. More about the Sony Xperia J specs and features after the jump.

Sony Xperia J key features

  • 9.2mm slim stylish design
  • Large 4.0” FWVGA Display
  • Social media updates with illumination
  • 5MP AF camera
  • Front chat camera
  • Available in Black, Gold, White and Pink colours

Sony Xperia J Specifications
4-inch FWVGA (480x854) display with Sony Mobile BRAVIA Engine
Corning Gorilla Glass with Timescape UI
Android 4.0.4 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
1GHz Qualcomm MSM7227A Snapdragon processor
Adreno 200 GPU
512MB of RAM
4GB of internal storage
microSD up to 32GB
5MP autofocus rear camera with LED flash
VGA front-facing camera
VGA video recording
HSDPA, 7.2 Mbps
HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps
Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP, EDR
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi hotspot
Accelerometer, proximity, compass
Stereo FM radio with RDS
GPS with A-GPS support
Li-Ion 1750mAh battery
124.3 x 61.2 x 9.2mm (dimension)
124g (weight)
Price: Php13,490
Availability: Mid-November!


  1. Social media updates,
    Everybody wants to know what to post on Facebook, what to Tweet about, or what to leak out to your network on LinkedIn. There are 5 main posting strategies that I go by and teach as part of my Social Media Strategy & Review. Each type has a best practice involved, delivers a unique end result, and is used for different reasons.
    Here we go:
    Picture Posts—Probably the most often talked about (and in my opinion over rated) because of the large amount of space they take up in the newsfeed of Facebook.
    This makes your post more noticeable. Plus, people love to comment, share, and like pictures so engagement should be high on pictures. Though this should be the case, I can say that it does not ring true with my audience on Facebook. I have the lowest engagement on pictures. Test your audience.
    Text only—Just that, a post with no pictures, videos, or anything fancy.
    ,posting strategy,
    Keeping it simple. These are actually where I get the most engagement on my page contrary to popular “guru” discussion. A few months back Facebook actually changed up the algorithm. Imagine that.
    Quotes—Most people love quotes, but some hate them so try not to overdo it with proverbs and the sort.
    There are two ways to do quotes; either as text within a photo or as just a plain text only post. You don’t have to leave it as just the quote either, say something about it. Why is it relevant? What does it mean to you? What might it mean to your audience?
    Links—Are a great way to provide content on the fly. If you come across an informational article or helpful tool your fans,
    followers, circles, or connections can find value out of simply copy and paste the link. Now here is the biggest mistake when using links; it is when someone posts just the link with no teaser line or reason why someone should want to click on it. This is a major fail too if you are providing a link to your blog or other content which you should definitely be doing to generate leads from your social media efforts.
    Videos—Videos can be entertaining, informative, and promotional with high viral opportunity.
    Social media updates,
    Videos can easily go viral with platforms such as YouTube, Facebook, and now Vine. Most of the time your videos will be relatively short, especially if you want the whole thing watched. In Facebook the videos can also take up more space in the newsfeed, again just like pictures, catching the eye of more of your audience.
    Play around with each type and see which best resonates with your audience. Every audience is truly original and you must cater your delivery to your audience and not just blindly post based on the words of some “guru.” Trial and error is the best way with social media. Do more of what is working.
    Memo: Social Media Marketing
    Social media updates,

  2. Nd po, 1.2GHz dual-core Qualcomm MSM8225 Snapdragon S4 processor at Adreno 203 yung nasa Flare. Ito nmn po 1GHz single-core Qualcomm MSM7227A Snapdragon Snapdragon S1 processor at Adreno 200 yung GPU.

  3. parehas lang ng spec. ang

    Sony Xperia J at Cherry mobile FLARE


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