Sony has today announced the successor to the Xperia E3 rightly named the Sony Xperia E4, the handset comes with a number of features but with a budget price tag.

Those features include a 5 inch IPS display with a qHD 960 x 540 pixel resolution and a 220ppi, both of which is pretty low, however the E4’s main feature is its battery life.

Sony claim that the 2,300mAh battery that has been implemented into the E4 can last as long as two days from a single charge normally, or as long as a week when in use with Sony’s Ultra Stamina Mode.

On top of that the Sony Xperia E4 is powered by a 1.3GHz quad-core processor and 1GB of RAM.

There’s also a 5 megapixel rear-facing camera with HDR, Sweep Panorama, Live on YouTube, AR fun, Portrait retouch, Sound photo and more.

Then on the front there’s also a 2 megapixel camera that has its own dedicated app. Inside there’s also 8GB of storage, and the phone itself features a cured OmniBalance design.

The Sony Xperia E4 will be available in mid-february and will come in single and dual-SIM variants. Sony has yet to announce pricing however.

That said Clove has already put the smartphone up for pre-order.

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