One of the Sony Ericsson latest flagships – the XPERIA Neo – has just landed in our office. The first thing we did is shoot a quick demo video for you.
You are getting a quick overview of the Neo itself and a glimpse of the user interface. It’s just like in the Arc, but on a smaller screen.
The XPERIA Neo looks just like a successor to the popular Sony Ericsson Vivaz, but packs a 3.7-inch Reality display with FWVGA resolution, Sony Bravia Mobile Engine support, an 8 megapixel camera using Sony’s Exmor R sensor, a LED flash, HD video recording capability, lots of connectivity options (incl. HDMI port) and a microSD card slot with 8GB card pre-installed. And yes, it runs Android instead of Symbian.
The Neo is based on the latest Snapdragon platform with a 1GHz Scorpion processor and Adreno 205 graphics – quite enough power to power the Android 2.3 Gingerbread inside.
Enjoy the video:
Our XPERIA Neo preview is already in the works. In case you’re out of patience, you can always check our Sony Ericsson coverage from the MWC. There are even more live pic and videos there.