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More pics and video of Sony Ericsson Android phone leaked

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 10 Jul 2009 2:04 User comments (6)

More pics and video of Sony Ericsson Android phone leaked Earlier this week we reported that leaked photos of the upcoming Sony Ericsson Android phone, dubbed Rachael and part of the XPERIA line, had hit the Internet, along with some specs on the smartphone.
Among its excellent features, the phone uses an Android interface, Qualcomm's Snapdragon platform (allowing processor speeds of up to 1GHz), an 8.1 megapixel camera with auto-focus, 3D supporting GPU, 7.2Mbps HSDPA and a 800 x 480 pixel 4" touchscreen.

Pics via BoyGeniusReports:


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6 user comments

110.7.2009 14:58

I NEED THIS!

210.7.2009 15:09
varnull
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CAPS LOCK FRIDAY? ;)


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310.7.2009 15:27

lol sorry excited




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411.7.2009 5:14

Looks kewl, but I'm still waiting for the Sony Erickson PSP phone.

512.7.2009 21:11

psp phone wont be android though. this phone will me awesome, but i dont like the ui that much. i think i like the hero sense ui better from htc, but thats an easy fix to root and flash the new rom. I cant wait to buy this phone. hopefully they come out with a qwerty version.

614.7.2009 11:09

I'll quite willingly take out a contract to get one of these regardless of my contract only hyper phone bashing in the past. Makes up for the crappy K850i that replaced my awesome albeit old K800i.

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I could put something funny here but I cant be arsed. Now GO AWAY!

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