Sony Ericsson’s product blog is back with more in-depth content regarding their latest “official” device, the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc. This time, we’re given a tour of the device’s camera features. I’ll tell you right now: if you had any doubts about this device’s ability to take photos, then you’re in for a pleasent surprise. Not only is the quality above par, but the thing takes shots pretty damn fast: as soon as you press the shutter button, a picture is snapped and it’s immediately on to the next one. Sony’s impressing me with this phone more and more each day, but what do you guys think? [via EuroDroid]
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