SEOUL, Korea (AVING Special Report on 'PHOTO&IMAGING 2011') -- <Visual News> Sony Ericsson showed 'XPERIA arc', an arch-shaped and lightweight smart phone, at the 'PHOTO&IMAGING 2011(P&I 2011)' held at COEX, Seoul, on April 21~24.
XPERIA arc, unveiled for the first time in 'CES2011' held in Las Vegas on this January, is an ultra-light smart phone with 8.7mm of thickness and 117g of weight, and it equipped the new version of Android 2.3(Ginger Bread) next to Google 'Nexus S'.
It realizes more definite image quality by applying 'clear black panel' equipped on Sony 'BRAVIA TV' avoiding diffusion of light and diffused reflection. And also, one can enjoy different contents stored in a phone through a large TV monitor.
Besides that, one can record a video without shaking in the night or in the dark with 'Exmor R', a sensor for night photographing, installed for the first time in a smart phone history.
(Picture: light-toned picture is takable when shooting inside a dark box through a cramped hole)