Sony Ericsson is planning a super-fast Android mobile phone to augment its Xperia range of high-end handsets, according to a leaked document.
Mobile telephone news site Mobil.nu reports that as well as running on Google’s operating system the handset will feature Qualcomm QSD8250 Snapdragon chipset.
This means that the new mobile phone, which is currently codenamed the Sony Ericsson Rachael, runs at 1GHz – allowing owners to access functions and applications even quicker and more easily than if they were using an iPhone 3G S.
Further specifications of the Rachael have yet to be confirmed, but it is thought that the touchscreen mobile phone will feature an eight megapixel camera with Xenon flash and a HSDPA support for fast downloads.
Sony Ericsson’s other key mobile phone releases for this year include the Xperia X2 and the C901 Greenheart eco phone.
Meanwhile, the Sony Ericsson W995 is selling impressively and is even challenging the iPhone 3G S for the year’s best mobile phone after garnering a slew of positive reviews.
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