We caught sight of the super slim Xperia Arc during CES 2011 and it was definitely a good looking phone. Strangely enough, the phone was pictured running Android 2.4, so many folks were left scratching their heads. We already know that Android 2.3 is Gingerbread and Android 3.0 is Honeycomb, so did Google miss something out? According to the Sony Ericsson product blog, the higher version number seen on the Xperia Arc phone was due to a misconfiguration in some samples and there is “nothing to get too excited about.” Is that really the situation, or is it some kind of cover up? Considering that most of us are already looking towards Android 3.0 Honeycomb for future devices, we are inclined to believe that it was some minor mistake that caused it. What do you think?

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