Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc to Debut at CES 2011? Xperia Arc Gets the Eye With Its Specs & Features!

January 5, 2011, By Alex Ion

CES 2011 is presently in full swing with a load of phone releases and otherwise. We covered some of the official announcements this morning, but there’s more happening or about to happen in Vegas that you should know about. And we’re talking about Sony Ericsson who’s rumored to debut a new Android device that, this time, unlike its predecessors, is said to become a hot seller.

Sony Ericsson have a bad reputation when it comes to launching a complete device. If the Xperia X10 had it all to be the company’s flagship model and grab a big portion of the market, the company’s delays to upgrade the Android OS were nothing but big a pain in the back.

Well folks, it looks like things are changing. If what we’re seeing is becoming official this week at the Consumer Electronics Show, the Sony Ericsson is taking another chance to fulfill their dream of being a top 3 mobile phones manufacturer in the world.

What you folks see above is the new Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc. The device looks extremely similar with the teasers Sony Ericsson has placed (strategically) all around the trade show halls at CES this year.

From a design point of view, it’s different. Actually, it gets its name from the fact that the back is curved/concave which not only adds to its ergonomics, it also makes it more attractive.

And it’s quite slim, measuring only 8.7mm at its thinnest point.

Speaking of its specs, we’re hearing that the Xperia Arc is going to run on a single-core Qualcomm 1GHz Snapdragon processor, will feature a 4.2-inch touchscreen display (854 x 480 resolution), an 8 megapixel back-illuminated camera with HD capabilities and Android Gingerbraed (2.3) on board.

If you’re like me and you’re sold on what the new Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc has to offer, please make sure you take all these with a pinch of salt as we haven’t heard yet from SE to confirm any of these. But we probably will, later today during their CES keynote today.

Until then, check out the video below:

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