Everything about the VAIO Phone A is a meh: from its generic name to its mediocre specs, VAIO’s new Android phone is obviously not supposed to be a flagship game-changer.
Well, today, the company has announced a brand-new Android handset called the VAIO Phone A, and it looks just like the Phone Biz that launched last year.
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What are your thoughts on the VAIO Phone A?
The phone is specifically designed for the Japanese market, heading to the Japanese carrier Docomo although there’s no word on how much it’ll cost.
VAIO’s new Android phone isn’t all that new till now
The only change compared to the Phone Biz is that the Phone A supports dual SIM cards.
That would be the VAIO Phone Biz, announced in February last year.
The Phone Biz and Phone A have pretty much identical looks and specs (including a 5.5-inch HD screen, 3GB of RAM, and a midrange Snapdragon 617 processor), but while the Phone Biz was powered by Windows 10, the Phone A runs what looks to be stock Android.
Now, it’s come back to haunt the tech giant in the mobile market, with a new Android-powered VAIO handset announced today — the VAIO Phone A.
This isn’t the first VAIO mobile we’ve seen.
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