SONY Xperia Tipo & Miro Design Upper Class, Middle Class Price

Sony has just introduced two new members of the Xperia both ending in “o”, the Xperia Tipo & Miro. One interesting thing about the name Tipo is a lot of media coverage the world is sourced from the Ministry of Post and Telecommunication Indonesia, after rumors emerged that series name. Both have a different design, with a more visible display Tipo “economical” and simple. Miro different than adopting a design-la Xperia S.

Tipo is bringing the latest version of Android Ice Cream Sandwich. He is equipped with a 3.2-inch touch screen resolution of 480 × 320 pixels, while the performance is powered by a 800MHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. At this point, I suspect that the Tipo will be reserved for middle-class market – but let’s keep going to the next specification.

Cameras in Tipo seems to confirm my hunch over, because “only” bersensor 3.2MP with 4x digital zoom. Connectivity standards such as Bluetooth and WiFi would have been included, all of which are supported 1500mAh of battery power.

While the Xperia Miro who also have to equip themselves with ICS, has a 3.5 inch screen with a resolution of 480 × 320 pixels. The processor used is also the same as the Tipo, the 800MHz Qualcomm MSM7225A. Even so, a 5MP camera sensor with auto focus, LED flash plus a 4x digital zoom would be a striking difference – including in terms of price.

Additionally, Miro has been equipped Xperia Sony xLOUD technology, integration with Facebook, a front camera for video chat purposes and DLNA.