Recently, the Xperia GX and Xperia SX of Sony have been launched for a summer release that will only be exclusive to Japan. The Xperia SX really stands out from all the other devices in the Android market because of its comparatively small display of 3.7 inches. Even if the resolution of the display is not yet specified it does not compromise a lot on specs just like the One V and Xperia U.
The Xperia SX features a two core processor with 1.5 GHz power, a camera of 8 megapixels, an internal storage of 8 GB and LTE connectivity. According to Sony, its Xperia SX is the lightest LTE smartphone in the world. Many agree to that because the handset only weighs 95 grams.
Aside from being lightweight, what sets the Xperia SX apart from other handsets in the Xperia series is its design. It is available in white and black and it does not have the sharp angles of the Xperia P, S and U in order to compensate for the flat surface and rounded edges that are similar to the iPhone.
The Xperia SX will run under Google's latest OS known as the Android 4.0 ICS with several alterations for the Japanese market. The modifications include the mobile TV software and mobile wallet.
The Xperia GX seems to be a repackaged version of the Xperia Ion as it has the same display size of 4.6 inches, two-core processor of 1.5 GHz and internal storage of 16 GB. What mainly differentiates it from the Xperia Ion is its industrial design, ICS OS and improved camera sensor of 13 megapixels.
In terms of design, the Xperia GX closely resembles the Xperia Arc with its familiar concave rear that is placed together with a flat front glass. Just like the Xperia SX, it will also be available in white and black.
The similarity of the Xperia GX to the Xperia Ion of AT&T makes it a handset that may not be released in the United States but many are hoping that the Xperia SX will be available in the U.S. market in a different form.