Sony Ericsson Xperia arc Focuses on Photography
Sony Ericsson today announced the Xperia acr, its latest addition to the Xperia line. The arc is a slim, slab-style device that runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Sony Ericsson calls attention to the 4.2-inch display, which borrows from Sony's Bravia technology. The Reality Display, as it is called, offers 854 x 480 pixels and Sony Ericsson says it has enhanced brightness and brilliance. Other stand-out features of the arc include its camera, which has a an Exmor f/2.4 lens for low-light performance and an 8.1 megapixel sensor with LED flash, autofocus, face/smile detection, image stabilizer and noise suppression. It can also record 720p HD video. It also has a built-in HDMI connector, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, support for 32GB microSD cards and a 1GHz processor. It comes in two different 3G configurations, including one that supports AT&T's 3G bands.
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