Sony Ericsson introduced last Thursday January 6, 2011 the new Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc Smartphone, the first of a new generation of Xperia smartphones it uses the latest version of the Android platform. The best of Sony technology is inside Xperia Arc. The Reality Display with Mobile BRAVIA® Engine delivers exceptional visual brilliance and a crystal clear image which enhances the overall entertainment experience. Furthermore, Sony’s award-winning Exmor R™ mobile sensor with the f/2.4 lens enable Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc's 8 Megapixel 720p camera to capture of high quality photos and HD videos even in low light conditions. All pictures and videos can be shared in HD on your living room TV via the built in HDMI-connector. Sony Ericsson describes the Xperia arc as sleek, strong designed to fit perfectly in the user’s hand and created from premium materials. As we heard previously, the Arc has managed to slim down to a crazy 8.7mm which wrests the title from the Samsung Infuze 4G’s 9mm. The back of the device is concave which makes the phone seem even thinner than its already slim dimensions suggest. The screen is identified by Sony Ericsson as a “reality display,” running a Mobile BRAVIA Engine and, excusing their bit of hyperbole, it is definitely an amazing looking display. At 4.2 inches they are striking new ground between the Droid X/Evo and the Galaxy S devices, and with its incredibly thin profile. The processor may only be a single-core 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon chip, but it’s still fast and its pages quickly.