Sony Ericsson Arc HD (Nozomi) pics found on the Internet

Photos of the upcoming Sony Ericsson Arc HD have found their way to the Internet and now some of the secret surrounding it has been revealed.

The upcoming smartphone carries the Nozomi codename and will be built around Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread. It will also come with a 4.3-inch LCD display with HD resolution of 1280×720 pixels. The smartphone will also have a 12-megapixel camera with full HD recording.

The new Sony Ericsson phone will be under the management of a dual core 1.5 GHz Scorpion processor, paired with an Adreno 220 GPU. Memory present is 1 GB. Also, there’ll be a HDMI port so users will be able to share 1080p content easily.

Sony Ericsson Nozomi Smartphone

A big minus is the missing microSD card slot so there won’t be any memory expansion and users will have to rely on the built-in storage memory with capacity of 16 or 32 GB. In addition the battery cannot be removed by the user.

A small consolation is the presence of a microSIM slot.

Official launch date is unknown and so is pricing.


Source: GSMArena

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