Sony Ericsson unveiled its Xperia Arc Android smartphone at CES 2011, and today the device made an appearance on the FCC. Having been approved for quad-band GSM capabilities alongside WCDMA bands I, II, V and VI, the Xperia Arc does seem suitable for AT&T in this part of the world, since it plays nice with AT&T’s 3G and GSM frequencies. Of course, it will also work just fine on T-Mobile, sans 3G support though
The Xperia Arc runs Android 2.3, aka Gingerbread, and features a 4.2” screen with a 480×854 resolution, 512MB of internal storage with microSD card support, an 8MP camera with support for 720p video, Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS and an FM radio. Under the hood, the Arc sports a 1GHz Qualcomm MSM8250 processor. No idea on how much this Android 2.3 Gingerbread handset will cost when it comes out.
The Arc also offers impressive home theater capabilities through its HDMI out port. The device has a specialized interface for big screens that enables users to quickly browse through media stored on the phone.
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