GPS on your phone with Xperia arc S

Xperia Arc pink

Buy the Xperia™ arc S from March 23 to May 31, 2012 and download the free NDrive Philippines app on your Sony Ericsson smartphone.

NDrive is the renowned turn-by-turn GPS solution that turns the Xperia™ smartphone from Sony into an efficient and reliable navigation device.

The app uses the latest Accumaps which are stored locally on your device, allowing you to navigate without the need of constant network connectivity and requires a one-time download only.

It also provides Facebook and Foursquare integration; 2D and 3D map visualization; time, speed and distance controls; next maneuver, distance to the next maneuver, next street name and return to location guide.

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First Walkman Android phone launches in the Philippines

W8 walkman android phone

Our eyes are set on the Sony Ericsson W8 Walkman™ phone which will be made available in Manila this July 26. According to officials of Sony Ericsson Philippines, the SE W8 is the first Android smartphone to combine the well-loved Walkman™ music experience.

Its specifications include a 3-inch screen, 3.2-megapixel camera with direct picture upload to Facebook, video recording, a 3.5 mm headphone jack and quick access to the Internet via 3G or WiFi.The Sony Ericsson W8 Walkman™ phone also ships with a 4GB microSD card, exclusively for the Philippine market.

The other new Sony Ericsson music phones are the following:

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Latest android smartphones: Sony Ericsson Xperia arc & Xperia neo

It has been a long time since I laid my hand on a Sony Ericsson phone. But this manufacturer certainly leaves a good impression on me. Now it looks like I will be reunited with good ‘ol SE again. I was afflicted with a bad case of “I gotta have it!” when I first saw the Xperia arc and Xperia neo in the flesh.

Xperia Arc

The latest Android smartphones from Sony Ericsson running on the latest Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) version will be available this April. Price for the high-end Xperia arc will be P29,990 while the neo will be in the 22-24K range. It seems the only big difference between the two is the bigger screen on the arc at 4.2 inches while neo’s is smaller at 3.7 inches. Otherwise, both phones share the new Reality Display technology via Sony Mobile BRAVIA Engine. It’s like having a TV in your pocket!

Photos taken from the smartphone can be viewed on your home’s HD TV via the built-in HDMI connector. Both Xperia arc and neo are equipped with an 8.1 megapixel camera with auto focus, LED flash, f/2.4 lens and Sony Exmor R for mobile CMOS sensor.

Xperia Arc

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