Sony announces rugged Xperia Go and Xperia Acro S


Sony is introducing two new rugged smartphones to their Xperia line, the Sony Xperia Go and Sony Xperia Acro S. Both handsets feature a “scratch resistant mineral glass display with wet finger tracking” and are rated to sustain exposure to dust and water. But Sony did more than make these a couple of throwaway devices with durability as their main highlight.

The Xperia Acro S packs a bit of high-end flair with a 4.3-inch 720p HD Reality Display power by Sony’s Bravia engine. A 12MP camera, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, and Ice Cream Sandwich give us more reasons to consider the handset. The Xperia Go is more on the mid-range side of things with a 3.5-inch Reality Display, 5MP camera, and 1GHz dual-core processor. The Go will run Android 2.3.

[via Sony]

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  1. Well, yes, of course there is no need for Sony to install ICS in the Xperia Go right from the start. It must be scheduled as a future update.
    They must really hate their customers.

  2. ICS buttons….no ICS….. o__O

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