Mobile phone network umbrella company Everything Everywhere has had its separate mobile phone networks confirm that they will both be retailing the recently announced Sony branded Xperia S handset.
Orange made public their intentions, from the company's own social media manager and over Twitter. Conor Maples tweeted from his @conorfromorange account - 'I've just heard we (Orange) will be ranging the Sony Xperia S in the UK...further details to follow...'
Mobile phone news site Recombu has heard from T-Mobile, who confirmed that they will be carrying the Sony only branded Xperia S, after the company bought Ericsson out of the joint Swedish - Japanese handset venture.
Sony's Xperia S comes with a HD 720p 4.3-inch reality Bravia engine display, whilst powered by a twin core 1.5GHz processor, with 1GB of RAM and 32GB of non-expandable storage, plus a 12-megapixel camera with the Sony Exmor R ability and contactless NFC payment features.
None of the individual parts of Everything Everywhere has announced any prices or tariff details, although it is believed, the mobile phone will be arriving in the first quarter of this year.