[MWC] At the Mobile World Congress, Sony Ericsson yet unveiled yet another addition to their Xperia line up, the Xperia neo. Ergonomically designed to “fit perfectly in the user’s hand”, this phone is touted to make taking photographs a breeze. It packs Exmor R technology for perfect pictures in any condition, a reality display with the Mobile BRAVIA Engine for you to view your masterpiece creations while on the go, and HDMI output when you have access to an HDTV. With Gingerbread (Android 2.3) powering the phone, you get access to over 100,000 apps from the Android Market, and it comes preloaded with the usual Google services. No prices have been announced, but the Xperia neo will be available in selected markets beginning the end of Q1.
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