Sony Ericsson has announced its new Xperia Smartphone, the Xperia Arc S at the IFA conference in Berlin today. The Xperia Arc S is an upgraded version of the original Xperia Arc, which is released earlier in March and will come in October with Android 2.3.4 system. It aims to win customers’ appreciation mainly by the upgraded processor and the newly added 3D capturing function.
The Xperia Arc S looks almost the same as Xperia Arc, the same 8.7mm thin body with dedicated curve. Xperia Arc S is available in 5 colors: pure white, midnight blue, misty silver, gloss black and sakura pink. It will sport Sony’s Reality Display on the 4.2-inch FWVGA (854×480) touch screen. What really makes the Reality Display special is the support of Sony’s Mobile Bravia Engine, which is meant to improve color and detail in a fashion similar to that of Bravia TV.
The processor is upgraded to 1.4GHz Qualcomm MSM8255 (single-core), and Sony says it could open the camera application 25% faster and websites 20% faster. An Adreno 205 graphics card is embedded in the processor so it should have great pictures when playing games and watching movies. However, Sony Ericsson should have upgraded the 512MB RAM and 1GB ROM, too.
After many other manufactures have released 3D Smartphones, like LG’s Optimus 3D, HTC’s EVO 3D, Sony Ericsson added 3D capturing function to Xperia Arc S too. The 8.1MP camera has the ability to shoot 2D panoramic photos with its Exmor R image sensor. The images can be converted to 3D and you can transfer the images via HDMI for viewing on 3D TVs. But it’s a pity that no front camera is seen on Xperia Arc S.
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