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Looks like Sony and LG are battling out on the slimness quotient once again, and this time, it is with phones instead of television sets and LCD panels. While LG just announced the LG Optimus Black, Sony Ericsson introduced the world to its super slim Xperia arc phone, which is apparently just 8.7mm thick at its thinnest.
[RELATED_ARTICLE]Featuring an extra wide capacitive (with multi-touch) touchscreen, the Xperia arc touts Sony Ericsson’s new 4.2-inch Reality Display, which boasts of a Mobile Bravia Engine for optimal viewing pleasure. Other features include a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, and an 8.1MP camera that’s powered by Sony’s Exmor R sensor (apparently great for low-light coupled with the phone’s f/2.4 lens) and capable of 720p HD video recording as well.
No word on the pricing, but Sony Ericsson has said it will hit markets globally in Q1 2011.