Sony Xperia X-Wave Packs 1.5 GHz Processor

By SpiderGuest

24 January 2011

Sony Ericsson have unveiled new concepts for their Xperia-X Wave hanset. Designed by Frank Tobias from some-phones –  the handset is supposed to have a 1.5GHz processor alongside some other impressive hardware.

The handset is obviously built for power and allowing users to use their smart phone as a multi-purpose handset. It hasn’t been confirmed yet if the handset is single-core or dual-core but asides from the 1.5GHz processor, the handset has an 8 megapixel camera with HD recording – again, not sure if this is 1080p or 720p.

We blogged earlier last week about the Xperia Arc, the ‘X-Wave will use Exmor R-sensor and the display will be 4.4-inches with a Bravia Engine Reality Display.’

Internally, the handset will have an 8GB internal storage, 512MB RAM, all of the standard extras which are Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.

Software – the handset is going to have Android – hopefully Android 2.3 Gingerbread to give the handset customization, more games and a more intuitive interface.

Hopefully this time Sony Ericsson will have learnt from their previous mistakes and use a vanilla version of Android rather than killing it with their own interface.

This is a prototype but nothing has been confirmed yet about the Mobile Congress show next month – we will just have to wait and see.

Stay tuned!

-Via Eletric Pig

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