Sony is one manufacturer that’s still making well-specced Android phones with smaller screens, like the Xperia Z3 Compact. And today the company continued that effort with a new member of its Xperia family.
The Sony Xperia A4 has been announced for Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo, offering a small size alternative to the recently-announced Xperia Z4. While the Xperia A4 isn’t quite as high-end as the Z4, it does have a pretty respectable feature set, especially when compared to most other “mini” versions of flagships phones that we see from other device makers. Here’s what makes the Xperia A4 tick:
The Xperia A4 is slated to launch on NTT DoCoMo in Japan in mid-June. There’s no word on when or if the device will see the fluorescent light of retail stores in other countries, which is kind of a bummer for folks that prefer smaller phones and their one hand-ability.
What do you think of the Sony Xperia A4? Would you use it as your daily driver?