-Hi, I'm Ken German, Senior Editor of CNET in here at Mobile World Congress 2011 and I wanna show you a couple of new Sony Ericsson phone.
This is the Sony Ericksson Xperia Neo and Neo Pro.
The Neo has no physical keyboard while the Neo Pro does have a physical keyboard.
Otherwise, the phones are pretty much the same.
They're gonna have high resolution cameras.
They do run on Gingerbread.
They're gonna have all the android features you expect.
It's pretty thin, it looks little like the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc that
we saw at CES this year.
Display is a little smaller, its 4 inches, but it is pretty bright and vibrant.
And down in the bottom, we have 3 physical controls and you have touch control of those [unk] various functions.
The Neo Pro does look about the same, but of course it has that physical keyboard that's pretty wide, pretty spacious.
It has only [unk] keys so that means numbers and letters share space, but that's a problem.
Sony Ericsson has done well on their design.
It's really likes the Arc.
I like these phones as well.
I'm Ken German here at Mobile World Congress 2011 with the Sony Ericsson Neo and Neo Pro.
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