The Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo has received its Android 2.3.4 update. It brings with it the new version of Google Talk with video chat support, but Sony Ericsson has also sprinkled more desirable goods into the folks. We get a Swype-like keyboard, a panoramic photo option in camera, screen capture and enhancements to their Facebook integration. This one’s going out in Nordic countries right now but we can’t imagine it will take long to make its way to other regions. Sony Ericsson is expected to complete rollout to all regions in October. [Xperia Blog]
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