The Sony Xperia E3 is well built for its price tag and looks similar to the signature line of Xperia handsets – slim, flat with rounded edges.
However, the E3 is not waterproof so don’t attempt dunking it in the pool!
The E3 has a scratch-resistant screen and corners that are meant to handle a few knocks and bumps. It has an aluminium power button on the right with a volume key beneath it, 3.5mm audio jack on the top and charging port to the left. It has a removable back cover, which houses the SIM and SD card slots inside. The handset has dimensions of 137.1 x 69.4 x 8.5mm and weighs 144g.
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