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Sony planning a 3D smart phone
August 7th, 2011 by Dipak Sarda

Xperia X10

In line with its plan to take on the competitors, Sony Ericsson is on the verge of launching a 3D smart phone. This handset is set to rival LG Optimus 3D and the HTC Evo 3D smart phone

Androidandme has all the requisite features to enthuse the market. The 4.7 inch model boasts 1280X720 pixels screen resolution allowing it to carry a HD ready logo. The pixel density is 312 ppi which is just short of that of the iPhone which comes with a 314 ppi.

As of now, the biggest smart phone from the stable Sony Ericsson is the Xperia X10 – this comes with a 4.3 inch screen. Androidandme comes with a size of 4.7 inches. Of course, this doesn’t necessarily increase the device’s dimensions if Sony manages some clever modulations.

Going by its size, the competitors for this model would be the 4-5 inch Samsung Hercules, the Dell Streak that comes with a 5 inch screen and massive 7-inch display phone from Samsung – the Galaxy tab.

There is no news as to when the model would be available. Going by the sign of things, it seems that Sony is looking to gate crash the Apple party. The new range of super smart phones including the 3D model is a pointer in this direction.


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