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Sony Soon To Unveil Handset To Rival The iPhone 5 And Galaxy S3

During the past couple of years, Samsung and Apple have dominated the smartphone market by a very wide margin.  Although a number of notable handsets have been released from manufacturers such as HTC and Sony, Samsung’s Galaxy and Apple’s iPhone lines have continued to dominate the market.


There have been plenty of Xperia handsets released by Sony have the last couple of years, and although the range includes a number of impressive handsets, these have been unable to compete with bestsellers like the Samsung Galaxy S3 and the Apple iPhone 4S.


However, Dennis van Shie, head of sales and marketing for Sony Mobile has stated in an interview with Financial Times Deutschland that Sony will soon be launching a direct rival to these bestselling handsets.  He stated “In the near future we’ll finish a flagship model, which will be able to compete with Apple’s iPhone and Samsung’s Galaxy S III”.


This is very exciting news, as more and more people are now seeking alternatives to the market dominating iOS and Android powered devices.  Added to the fact that the recently released Nokia Lumia 920 has become more popular than most people expected, this looks like Sony’s upcoming handset will be a popular choice. Visit our website for the latest Sony Xperia T News And Reviews and compare the best Sony Xperia T Offers.


Van Shie also stated that Sony will not be launching any Windows Phone powered devices in the near future, and will focus all of its efforts on to its Android powered smartphones.


Sony’s upcoming competitor to the iPhone 5 the Galaxy S3 is yet to be named, and there are no official details currently available.  The handset is due to be unveiled at CES 2013 in Las Vegas.


If it is to compete with Samsung’s and Apple’s bestsellers, we can expect to see some very exciting features gracing the handset’s spec list. We will be sure to keep you updated as soon as we hear more.