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Sony Ericsson Xperia active Billabong Edition Announced

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Sony Ericsson Xperia Active Billabong has just announced today after when Sony Ericsson joined hand with Billabong, an extreme sports brand. The people who will buy this handset will feel themselves close to the fans of well known Asutralian clothing and gear company.

“The partnership is an expansion of our long term relationship with Sony and an extension of an Asia Pacific alliance developed with Sony Ericsson in 2011. Our customers are very tech savvy and their top interests include music, photography, social media and, of  course, action sports. The first to benefit will be the athletes at our major international events who will be testing the Xperia active device in conditions as diverse as the snowfields in Austria, surfing the big waves of Tahiti and even skateboarding in Singapore,Scott Wallace, Billabong’s International VP of Strategic Partnerships and New Media.

Xperia Active Billabong

When you compare this Active Billabong Edition phone with  Original Xperia Active smartphone then you will not find any change in hardware specs. However, former comes with new software(s) such as exclusive Billabong screensavers, preloaded videos, Billabong Surf Trip and Billabong Live Mobile application that’s help you to keep yourself updated with news. This smartphaone is designed with Billabong branded back cover . For your information  Sony Ericsson Xperia active Billabong edition is already on sale in selected markets.

The specs of Xperia Active Billabong are exactly same as of original Xperia Active such as 3 inch capacitive touchscreen Reality display with Mobile Bravia Engine made from scratch-resistant mineral glass, display comes with the resolution of 320×480 pixels of resolution. It is running on Gingerbread operating system and brings a 5MP rear camera. It can provide 32GB of storage via microSD card slot.

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