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Sony Ericsson took the wraps off their next-gen Xperia model, dubbed Acro, which is set to debut here in Japan this summer: http://bit.ly/jgEfdc
Sony Ericsson today unveiled the Xperia acro, a new addition to the Xperia range, designed specifically for the needs of users in Japan. The Xperia acro builds on the success of the product family with a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, and runs on the latest Android platform â€“ Gingerbread 2.3. Best-in-class imaging and display technology features from Sony â€“ the perfect enabler for its mobile TV functionality.
Bert Nordberg, President, Sony Ericsson said, â€œWe are delighted to be introducing this flagship model to Japan. In this sophisticated market, we are listening to consumers and are happy to adapt our products to fit in with requirements which they believe to be an essential part of the mobile experience. We expect that they will be pleased to have such a uniquely adept premium smartphone and look forward to a new wave of consumers experiencing the world of Xperia.â€
The Xperia acro provides an excellent multimedia experience, powered by a Reality Display with Mobile BRAVIAÂ® Engine and presented on an extra wide 4.2â€ screen. The 8.1 megapixel camera with â€˜Exmor Râ„¢ for mobileâ€™ enables the capture of low-noise, high quality images and HD video (720p), even in low light. Pictures and videos can then be shared in HD on a HDTV through a built in HDMI-connector.
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