STOCKHOLM, Sweden – Sony Ericsson is in process to unveil the Anzu smartphone, belonging to the much talked about Xperia series of devices.
Due for launch in 2011, the Anzu will most likely be retailed as the Sony Ericcson’s Xperia X12. A reviewer who is a veteran in his work, Eldar Murtazin, has spilled the beans and given insights of this particular smartphone. He has a preview unit in his possession and has confirmed that the Sony Ericcson Anzu runs on Android 2.1 (test model), but when shipped, will most probably be running on Android 2.2, before getting an upgrade to Android 2.3, more popularly known as Gingerbread.
The Sony Ericcson Anzu will sport a 4.3″ touchscreen, with a resolution of 854×480 pixels, a AMOLED capacitive touchscreen with support for multi-touch function. This smartphone will be powered by an 800MHz Qualcomm MSM7230 processor, which is good enough for multi-tasking (the same processor as HTC Desire Z and T-Mobile G2).
The handset will also boast of a 12 megapixel camera which can easily record videos of up to 720p HD and take pictures in high quality. The smartphone will feature a promising 1500mAh battery, providing enough juice for it. The bonus would be the inclusion of an HDMI port in the handset.
There is no official date for release of the device, and it is being rumored for a 2011 launch, with the current trend of the Xperia series, it a waiting game, as far as the Sony Ericcson Anzu or X12 is concerned.