Sony Ericsson Xperia LT28AT Android Smartphone with 4.55-inch Reality Display

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Sony Ericcson, the famous smartphone and playstations maker is prepared to launch their latest powerful Android smartphone next year. Dubbed as Sony Ericsson Xperia LT28AT, the device has appear in Bluetooth End Product List and expected will be release for the North America market through AT&T Networks. However, there is officially announcement from the company, but we expected Sony Xperia LT28AT smartphone will be announced at CES in early 2012.

As the latest Xperia series, the Xperia LT28AT comes with Gorgeous design and powerful hadware specification. Under the hood, the handset will be powered by a dual core processor with clock speed at 1.5GHz paired with a gig of DDR2 RAM and completed with the latest Google Android as the operating system which know as Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich provide powerful performance for multimedia experience, browing internet, streaming video, playing games and daily multitasking.

The up coming Sony Android smartphone also equipped with a 4.55-inch Reality display that can produce 720 x 1280 pixels resolution (720p high-definition resolution) and dual camera with 13 Mega Pixel back-illuminated auto focus camera on the back with LED Flash for take photos or capture video record and a HD 720p camera on the front that integrated with dual microphones (noise suppression and stereo recording) for self potraits or video callings.

To completed entertainment experience, Sony Ericsson Xperia LT28AT also packs with Bluetooth 2.1 EDR for transfer data, 802.11a/b/g/n WiFi with support dual band (2.4GHz and 5 GHz) that gives you wireless connection and capable to works on HSPA, TD-SCDMA plus LTE mobile networks for ultra high speed. Like the other Sony Ericcson Experia smartphone, we expected the Sony Xperia LT28AT Android smartphone also support for Play Station certifed, so you can download the titles and able to run the games smoothly.

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