Nozomi, the latest flagship Sony Ericsson

Posted by Kresnaep on Friday, September 2, 2011

     The latest rumor from the leading mobile phone vendor, Sony Ericsson, Sony Ericsson is reportedly ready to present a new mobile phone Nozomi early November. This is the Android smartphone that runs on Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) OS and offers many advantages in it is. Nozomi  is rumored to be replacing the role of Xperia Arc as the company's flagship smartphone.
Some advantages Nozomi Nozomi is supported by a 1.4 GHz processor, It has a 4.3''screen with a resolution of 1280 x 720p. Nozomi has 1GB of RAM. The phone will come with a micro-SIM, similar to the iPhone 4. It will also be equipped with a CMOS sensor camera.
      Most of the experts a bit surprised by the processor of the telephone. Looks like the processor is 1.4 GHz single-core Snapdragon chipset S2 (MSM8655T) with Andreno 205 GPU. This is certainly not strong enough to warrant for Sony Ericsson's flagship device, especially since the Xperia leak Duo will release soon with a dual core processor and 4.5''screen GHD.
      The debate occurred before the release of which would be Sony Ericsson. Some argue that the Xperia Duo will release the first (a mainstay of the company for now) and several months later, the company will release Nozomi until next year. Because Android 2.3 takes the battery faster, Sony Ericsson overcome the problem of short battery life with single-core processor. Some even believe that the Xperia Duo and Nozomi probably are one and the same phone, using a dual-core processor and the latter with single-core processor. 

     The news from the internet that says that Nozomi will only be marketed in Japan, if the news can be trusted. But do not rule out also to be circulated in the global marketplace. Just can not be certain when it happened. So, we wait for an official statement from Sony Ericsson as the vendor of the Nozomi. 

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