Sony Ericsson’s next major smartphone release, the Xperia Arc HD, has appeared online in a series of nice and clear spyshots, along with an updated rumoured spec sheet.
Previously codenamed the “Nozmoi”, the handset is said to be sporting a 4.3-inch, 720p display, running on a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, and packing 1GB of RAM. Though the device itself won’t play it back at full resolution, the Xperia Arc HD is said to be capable of recording full 1080p video too. A 12MP is also said to feature.
There does seem to be a few notable omissions on the device though. Those holding out for the latest build of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich, will be disappointed to find that (at launch at least) only the Gingerbread build will be installed.
Also, there doesn’t appear to be an SD card slot on the handset, with users instead having to rely on the built-in 16GB or 32GB of storage.
More on this in the run up to CES 2012, where the Xperia Arc HD is expected to make its official debut.
Via: GSM Arena