“It’s only been a week since the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 got its long awaited Android 2.1 update and now we get to meet its successor, the Anzu a.k.a. Sony Ericsson XPERIA X12. The first live shot of the rumored device has just been spotted in the wild and word is the smartphone is about to arrive in Q1 2011.
As for the Sony Ericsson Anzu features, the things is said to be “very, very slim” and to pack a large 4.3″ display, a secondary video-call camera, an HDMI port as well as a 12MP camera with 720p video recording.
The pre-marketing Anzu sample on the leaked image runs the Android 2.1 a.k.a. Eclair but the final version of the smartphone is expected to be powered by the upcoming Android 2.3 a.k.a. Gingerbread.” via gsmarena.com
“Just a month after they announced that they had shipped a rather impressive 2 million Galaxy S handsets in the United States Samsung have announced that they’ve broken the 3 million barrier. That figure is taking shipments from all four of the largest American networks it should be noted.Samsung U.S. are actually short on stock of the Galaxy S according to their Chief Marketing Officer, Paul Golden, who said that the main hold up was the production of Super AMOLED screens. Demand for Super AMOLED screens has been consistently high amongst various manufacturers for some time now and even with increased production many are finding it tough going to get all that they need, even Samsung who produce them themselves.Around the rest of the world Samsung is looking at some 7 million units having shipped and they’re well on course to meet the 10 million goal.” via mobile-review.com