The Sony Xperia E4 launched earlier this week, and the obvious question at this stage is: “How much will it cost, man?”
According to UK e-tailer Clove, you’ll be able to grab the Sony Xperia E4 for a quid under £100, or “£99” if you prefer. Crucially, that puts the Xperia E4 in direction competition - to the penny - with the Motorola Moto G 4G LTE.
The Sony Xperia E4 launched quietly on Tuesday (couldn’t wait till Mobile World Congress, huh?), though the Japanese manufacturer failed to specify Xperia E4 price or an exact release date.
There’s still no official word, but Clove jumps in with a SIM free Sony Xperia E4 price tag of £99 (plus delivery), and expected release date of “late March”, however it’s noted that both are TBC.
Assuming the proposed Sony Xperia E4 price is correct, it’ll cost the same as the £99 Motorola Moto G 4G LTE @ Tesco Direct.
I’ll perhaps do a more detailed breakdown shortly, but obvious differences include a larger display on the Xperia E4 (5in vs. 4.5in), and more megapixels on the front camera (2MP vs. 1.3MP).
The Motorola Moto G 4G LTE boasts – as the name suggests – 4G connectivity, something that’s missing on Sony’s Xperia E4, however the latter has a 2,300mAh battery offering up to two day’s use on a single charge.
What do you think? Could you be tempted by the Sony Xperia E4 at £99? Would you choose it over a Motorola Moto G 4G LTE? Let us know below.