Sony announced another addition to its Xperia line today unveiling a new Android-powered handset called the Xperia Arc S. This device, as you can see in the name, is a more powerful version of Sony’s previous Xperia Arc smartphone with the processor speed jumping from a 1GHz single-core processor to a 1.4GHz single-core processor.
It’ll also feature an extremely gorgeous design and will keep that 8MP Exmor R rear camera that we saw in the previous model. As for the rest of the Arc S’ specifications, it will feature a 4.2 Reality Display that is paired with the Mobile BRAVIA Engine, 3D and 2D sweep panorama photography, and tit will be powered by Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
In addition, it will be available in a host of colors including Pure White, Midnight Blue, Misty Silver, Gloss Black and Sakura Pink.
Pricing and carriers are unknown at this time but Sony confirmed that it will be out at some point in October in selected markets around the world.
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