If you like your screen size large look no further than a 6.1″ display Xperia model with the number D2203. While it used to cost an arm and a leg to own something with a screen this size and specs like it, they seem to be coming down in price and have placed themselves within the reach of just about anyone.
Its expected that this model will ring in somewhere between 33 thousand Naira and 44 thousand Naira. For that price, you can’t fault the lower resolution of the display, which according to one benchmark, is 854 x 480, and, as a bonus, supports five-finger multi-touch. The will allow running some of the more fun or useful gesture-driven apps in the Play Store.
Along with the big screen is a quad-core Snapdragon 400 CPU that is clocked at 1.2 Ghz so should be able to handle most apps or games you could throw at it and with nearly 1GB of memory, you shouldn’t have any issues running more apps at once either. Onboard storage is limited to 1.7 GB, according to the benchmark, but a microSD card is pretty standard with other Xperia models so there’s no reason to think this would be an exception. Since Android 4.4.2 Sony has given app-to-SD card support to some other Xperia models, so its possible the D2203 could benefit as well, you also get the standard suite of sensors and radios: accelerometer, compass, GPS, NFC, Bluetooth, WiFi, etc.
There isn’t a lot of information regarding a release date for this hardware, or if it will even appear outside the Asian market, but it does show Sony’s willingness to enter the low cost, larger-format handset arena.