Sony Ericsson Xperia acro announced

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Sony Ericsson has recently lifted the curtain for the Xperia acro, making it the latest addition to the Xperia range as it was specially designed for users who live in the Land of the Rising Sun. Sounds familiar? Some of our dear readers might just be confused with it being the Xperia Arc, but that is another story for a different day. The Xperia acro will continue to carry the success (hopefully) of the Xperia line, spearheading the challenge with a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.

It will not come up short where the operating system is concerned, as it runs on the latest version of Android (2.3 Gingerbread if you do not know). With mobile TV functionality being touted, you can expect best-in-class imaging and display technology features from Sony, after all, who else better to do so than they?

The Sony Ericsson Xperia acro will be a flagship model in Japan, and it will be interesting to see how the handset holds up to the others in such a highly competitive market. After all, the Japanese tend to have really different phones from the rest of the world (same with the Koreans), and for something more “mainstream” like the Xperia acro to make a debut spices up things.

As mentioned earlier, the Xperia acro will tout mobile TV functionality, and with its Reality Display with Mobile BRAVIA Engine, you will find your eyes more than welcoming the 4.2” display. Not only that, you can capture stunning 8.1-megapixel shots with its camera that boasts the Exmor R engine for mobile handsets, allowing one to shoot low-noise, high quality images and even record HD video (720p) under low light conditions.

There is no word on pricing as at press time, but we do know that the Sony Ericsson Xperia acro will hit Japan later this summer in just two colors – black and white. Surely you can’t go wrong there, right?

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