The Xperia R1 costs INR 13,990, while the R1 Plus is slightly more expensive at INR 15,990.
The market for spending Android Smarphones has been truly solid for some time now, and Sony’s most recent handsets are focused at Indian clients hoping to overhaul their present gadget without giving over a huge amount of cash. The two new telephones are the Xperia R1 and R1 Plus, and they’re both pressing a strong punch at their asking cost.
There are a larger number of similitudes than contrasts between the R1 and R1 Plus, so we should first discuss what separates the two telephones. The R1 comes outfitted with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of expandable stockpiling, yet the R1 Plus kicks things up a score with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of capacity that is additionally expandable.
The two telephones come outfitted with the same 5.2-inch TFT LCD show, each with a determination of 1280 x 720, and in light of the fact that this is a Sony Xperia telephone, you’ll find sizeable bezels on all sides. Sadly, dissimilar to some of Sony’s more costly gadgets, there aren’t any forward looking speakers to be seen here.