After VAIO was sold off by Sony to a investment fund, the new free organization has since discharged a couple of new laptops and a tablet. It appears like VAIO has all the more up its sleeve, as it has now ventured into the smartphone space, with another mid-range handset called the VAIO Phone.
Initially spotted at the B-mobile site, the gadget runs on close stock Android 5.0 Lollipop, with very minimal customizations, and has a 5-inch IPS 720p HD screen. It is fueled by a 1.2 GHz quad-center processor, with 2 GB of RAM, and 16 GB internal storage expandable up to 64 GB through microSD.
The handset likewise incorporates a 13-megapixel back cam, and a 5-megapixel shooter on the front, alongside a 2500 mAh non-removable battery. Ultimately, it is supposedly 4G LTE able, and supports micro-SIM cards. Clearly, because of the Sony sell-off, the gadget wears just the VAIO logo, yet nothing else identified with its previous holder.
The VAIO Phone will be solely accessible in Japan, and just in dark, and can be purchased through Japan Communications for 51,000 yen (generally $420). It is not yet known whether VAIO has arrangements to discharge their first cell phone in different nations.