The Vaio Phone Biz will be the ideal device for corporate users. Vaio lastly released its highly anticipated Windows 10 smart phone in Asia, and it seems that the company maintains a high standard when it develops the functions and design ideas.
Vaio’s Phone Biz shows that the producer’s high-end requirements in laptop development moved into the smart phone area, as well. Presenting a nice mix of simple shapes and stylish lines, the Phone Biz arrives loaded in the business-looking metal body that is similar to the old Nokia devices which used to dominate the mobile market.
Compared to it, the Lumia top mobile gadgets use plastic parts as their typical material, placing Vaio’s new phone in the main position for many Windows phone lovers. Looking underneath the case of the latest Phone Biz, its specifications are suitable for the business-oriented environment.
All octa cores in the Snapdragon 617 processor are set at 1.5Ghz and handling power is supported by 3GB of RAM. The large 5.5” screen has a 1,080p resolution and the display performs well with Qualcomm’s Adreno 405 graphic card, but it can lose some brightness in direct sunlight
We have to take into consideration the fact that the device was created with Continuum incorporation in it, so media streaming on large displays manages the display’s restrictions. On the other hand, the gadget rocks a lower bezel that looks bigger than usual.
This cell phone does not have a fingerprint sensor or a Type-C port, despite that both of these becoming the standard in 2016. Vaio’s Phone Biz features have a very good digicam combination, since the primary camera has a 13MP shooter, while the frontal sensor offers a 5MP sensor.
When it comes to connectivity, the device offers 4G LTE, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and many more functions that are useful for any customer. Software-wise, this smart phone uses the cellular form of MS Windows 10 and it means that the Continuum assistance will be offered to all clients.
This will allow them for connecting the device to smart TVs or external displays and to begin enjoying the PC-like performances. Enthusiasts of the product can only buy it in the silver color model and the company said that the cost for the phone will be around $450 and the device will be sold specifically in Asia.
Vaio will begin selling its unlocked phone sometime during next month, but it may collaborate with Japanese mobile carriers for programs and software assistance. However, we must notice that Vaio makes a major jump in the mobile market with its newest smart phone.
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