Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc, Turn to The Camera Sensor Backlit

It’s a phone that is giving much to talk about, a few days ago I gave some details about your screen Reality Display, and now is the turn of another element star of the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc: his camera, which comes from the hand of Sony.

Sensors of eight megapixel We have several on the market, and I don’t think that it should be a determining factor as demonstrated with the HTC Desire HD, so the main novelty lies in technology that this sensor is made, we speak of Exmor R.

Sony has decided to include its backlit sensors to improve the performance and sensitivity in low light situations, you have more information about technology at XatakaFoto. We also have a video presentation of Sony Ericsson:

Another of the issues that help to improve the work in difficult light situations, is the lens, this time we have opted for a Aperture f/2.4. We remind you that the best phone on the market in video and photographic issues, the Nokia N8, It has an opening fixed f/2.8 lens.

These two aspects which I have presented allow the new Xperia to be a good contender when it comes to taking pictures everyday, and it is I’m sure that many of the snapshots that you seek to take are penalized by bad light situations, or a flash that end up doing skinny favors the image.

Speaking of flash, has appealed one LED, sure some of you will be thinking that Xenon would have been the perfect solution for the set, but I’m not sure if they had got some so contained dimensions, especially in regards to the thickness of the phone, one of its strengths: 8.7 mm at its narrowest area.

All this is demonstrated once we have it at hand, but is a reality that watching the video that accompanies the news, has been a great rate of fire between takes.

Sony Ericsson is aware that a button dedicated to the camera always will be better to do it through the touch screen, not only by the specialization of a button that has two positions: approach and shot, but because it serves as a shortcut to the camera. Also noteworthy is the new interface:

The user interface has been renovated including gestures to expand different and complete menus that make it up. By the way the video you see It is engraved with another Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc, and the truth is that in this sense the thing promises fairly.

Remind us that what we see is not a final version of the software, and the hardware is still a prototype, so it improvements and optimizations are expected in different directions before going to market. We hope to soon have original samples taken with the camera of Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc.