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SonyEriccson offers Experia device

SonyEriccson offers Experia device

Sony Ericsson’s Mony Chea answers questions about the Xperia mobile device.

What are the features about the Sony Ericsson mobile device that are the most interesting?
Sony Ericsson Xperia is the most entertaining smartphone with an Android operating system. In Cambodia, Sony Ericsson Xperia is the leading Android phone in Cambodia. It is more than just a phone for calling and messaging. It combines the best of music and imaging technologies from the Sony trademark of Walkman and Cyber-Shot respectively and with social networks.

How many different models are available?
There are about 10 models available in Cambodia.

What are the prices ranges?
Consumer price ranges between $90 to $585.

The top of the line model, how thick is it, how much does it weigh and how long does the battery last?
The top of the line model is the Sony Ericsson Xperia arc: Xperia arc is the ultimate multimedia smartphone with a super-slim, ergonomic design and state-of-the-art Sony screen technology, powered by the Mobile BRAVIA Engine. The 4.2-inch multi-touch screen delivers sharp and vivid pictures. With Sony’s Exmor R for mobile image sensor, also used in Sony’s Cyber-shot and Handycam cameras, you can shoot great stills and videos with the 8.1 megapixel camera, even in low light, and share them in stunning HD on your TV via the built-in HDMI connector.

Why is it so good?
Sony Ericsson Xperia arc brings together all the great features of the latest Android-powered smartphone with Sony’s superior entertainment technology, in one beautifully designed, super-slim phone. Android and Google Personalise your Xperia arc with the latest Android apps from Android Market and access all Google Mobile Services, like Google Maps, Google Places and Google Talk. The consumer price is around $585; it is slim at 8.7 mm, has an 8.1 megapixel camera with HD video recording capability. It is lightweight at 117 grams and has an extra wide 4.2-inch multi-touch reality display with a Mobile BRAVIA Engine to ensure ultimate multimedia and viewing experiences. It uses the Android Market 2.3 operating system that has hundred of thousands of applications to keep you entertained.

Where in Phnom Penh can you buy these devices?
Consumers can find Sony Ericsson products in the majority of mobile phone shops in Phnom Penh, especially at prime locations in town such as around central markets and Sihanouk Boulevard.


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