Sony Ericsson Xperia X12 up for order on Play.com


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Sony might be spending much time developing their PSP phone which will feature an Android operating system as well as the company’s personal software. That does not mean the outfit is letting the rest of its mobile division hang in the balance.

Play.com, an online warehouse that prides itself on offering free delivery on everything currently has the Sony Ericsson Xperia X12 Arc for £459.99 with free shipping. The expected ship date is April 1st 2011 and as such the phone is also discounted 8% according to Play.com which claims the device normal MSRP is £499.99.

The specs of the Xperia X12 Arc read very compelling. At the base of the system is a 1GHz processor along with 512MB of RAM and dimensions that read 125 x 63 x 8.7 mm. The weight is 117g and the screen is scratch resistant as well as sporting a Sony Ericsson Bravia Display. The cellular radio on the device is quad-band supporting the 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz spectrums.

Other details include an 8 megapixel camera on the back of the phone which will be able to shoot 720p video. Wi-Fi is included in the 802.11b/g/n flavors along with Bluetooth v2.1 with support for A2DP. For transferring of tunes and such from a computer to the device, there is a microUSB 2.0 slot and the phone will sport an 8GB microSD card which can be increased up to 32GB.

Android’s Gingerbread v2.3 flavor will come standard and along with that the support for Flash Player v10.1. And for those who still listen to radios, there is an FM tuner included with RDS support.

Last but not least, the 1500mAh batter is rated at 400 hours of standby time on 3G and up to 7 hours of standby time on 3G. Playing music on a the battery can be done for up to 31 hours.

Via: Play.com

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