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2011-11-06 10:19 AM
The smartphone is rumored to pack a dual--core CPU, clocked at 1.5GHz and a gig of RAM. The device's 4.3" screen is bound to be a thing of beauty with its 1280x720 pixels resolution. We still don't know the capability of the camera units of the Nozomi. As you can notice in the pictures above, the device in the leaked shots is running Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread. Given the phone's design however (the hardware buttons can be barely seen on the device), don't be surprised if you see it ship with Ice Cream Sandwich on board.
sourcs : gsmarena.com
2011-12-14 11:00 AM
1GHz dual-core U8500 chipset, built by ST-Ericsson and a 4" qHD display. There will be an 8 megapixel Exmor R camera, featuring a backlit sensor inside, along with 1GB of RAM and 16GB of storage.
2011-11-06 10:20 AM
the speaker position has been changed as you can see at the back..
and i wonder is it a front facing camera in image 5.
2011-12-01 06:55 PM
Xperia Cloud makes perfect sense to be the next flagship with ICS, since it is a more "cloud" base OS
I really hope that the virtual buttons can be hidden w/ a 2 or 3 finger gesture to reveal them, otherwise they will take part of the screen space, that's one of many reasons I don't like the iphones, their menus aren't hidden, so they take a good chunk of the screen.
2011-12-02 08:10 PM
It looks like a stupid rectangle... How come they manage to go backwards in design instead of forwards. There is nothing great in a rectangular phone looks so GSII or iCrap. Just when everybody is trying to innovate on design then SE tried going backwards instead.
2011-12-03 05:54 AM
Its not that bad... I mean they cant shape all phones like the arc hopefully other phones my have different bolder looks
And I like the fact that they have given more space below ( the place where xperia is written ).see.the 4th pic.. Xperia arx has lesser space and at times its difficult to use the physical keys..
And I dont know whats that blue line in the 3rd pic
I didn't like the placement of all the icons ( the clock , wifi icon ) they are on the left side and its looking a bit odd..