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Sony Ericsson Nozomi Xperia Arc HD

Sony Ericsson's upcoming Nozomi Android handset has already appeared in a few different leaked shots, but in accordance with our belief that you can never have enough leaked photos of an unannounced device, more images of the Nozomi have surfaced online this morning. This new set of photos of the Nozomi, which may be dubbed the "Xperia Arc HD" when it's made official, are perhaps the clearest and most thorough yet, offering a peek at all corners of the hardware as well as benchmarks and some comparison shots of the Nozomi next to an Xperia Arc S. Rumored specs for the Nozomi include a 4.3-inch 1280x720 display, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 12-megapixel camera, 8GB storage, 1GB RAM, and Android 2.3.7.

The Nozomi is shaping up to be a pretty impressive piece of hardware, and although style taste varies from person to person, I'd say that it's got some good looks to go along with its feature set. Some may be disappointed that there's no Ice Cream Sandwich on board, but considering that Sony Ericsson has already promised updates to Android 4.0 for its 2011 Xperia lineup that are due to kick off in a couple of months, I wouldn't be surprised if the Nozomi got its own bump up to ICS shortly after launch. What do all of you make of the Nozomi? Do you like the clear band running around the bottom of the handset?

Sony Ericsson Nozomi Xperia Arc HD

Via SlashGear, ITProPortal


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Michael Guy Galli
Michael Guy Galli NO. And agreed
Joseph Kutchukov
Joseph Kutchukov Not if they just stay on AT&T
Jamil Oquendo
Jamil Oquendo When they drop the Ericsson from the logo and just keep 100% Sony, they might then have a chance. The Sony Ericsson brand is tainted by past phones that weren't up to snuff. I think now that they are moving on as Sony and it also seems like they're heading in a different direction, they will make some good things happen.
Mark Mann
Mark Mann I would like to see what Sony comes up with on there own
Johnattan Haddock Medina
Johnattan Haddock Medina Now that they drop the Ericsson brand...they just need to make the Playstation 3 like Smartphone! Superior un everyway!
Mike Marchak
Mike Marchak Who would get it? If lte I might. Plus looks like it takes a micro sim
Shrinivas Mittal
Shrinivas Mittal It is juSt Sony now. Drop ericsson
Jamie Doege
Jamie Doege jubayer: WRONG samsung are crushing HTC right now :P
Cem Basak
Cem Basak Sure
Steve Williams
Steve Williams leaked = as in they released them
Will Scott
Will Scott I like it... I would give it a shot.
Norman Chan
Norman Chan sony ericsson sucks
Roman Calabaza Martinez
Roman Calabaza Martinez Besides we got apple hoc and Samsung and for basics we got pantech and Kyocera etc.
Jubayer Dex Ahmed
Jubayer Dex Ahmed I don't think so cause its hard to beat htc and apple since they are dominating currently..
Jamie Doege
Jamie Doege i thought sony dropped the ericsson name?
Ayub Khan
Ayub Khan They won't. Their pricing would fail them big time.
Ernest Marvin Esteban
Ernest Marvin Esteban I think they can. They have decent phone offerings.
Tommy D Thompson
Tommy D Thompson They need to release their phones on multiple carriers, then they might.
Niall Barr
Niall Barr why not?




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