Barcelona, Spain.  Spanish consumers are the first to get their hands on the new Sony smartphone Xperia™ S. To coincide with Mobile World Congress, Sony Mobile Communications has made Xperia S exclusively available at the Sony Store in Barcelona this morning. The award-winning handset, which was first introduced at CES in Las Vegas in January and showcased at Mobile World Congress this week, is rolling out globally over the coming weeks.

At its booth at Mobile Word Congress, Sony Mobile Communications is demonstrating the new Xperia NXT™ series – next generation smartphones from Sony, including Xperia S and the new additions Xperia P and Xperia U.

These new Xperia smartphones combine stand-out design and superior entertainment technology with the powerful performance consumers would expect from a Sony smartphone. The Xperia NXT series also provides access to the Sony Entertainment Network*, giving consumers a comprehensive content and services ecosystem with unrivalled entertainment possibilities and allowing them to share and enjoy content across multiple devices.

*Sony Entertainment Network services are subject to availability by region, please see www.sonyentertainmentnetwork.com  for more details.

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About Sony Mobile Communications
Sony Mobile Communications is a subsidiary of Tokyo-based Sony Corporation, a leading global innovator of audio, video, game, communications, key device and information technology products for both the consumer and professional markets. Through its Xperia™ smartphone portfolio, Sony Mobile Communications delivers the best of Sony technology, premium content and services, and easy connectivity to Sony’s world of networked entertainment experiences. For more information: www.sonymobile.com

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