We lauded Sony Ericsson for cutting no corners on the reported Android-powered XPERIA 'Rachael', it absolutely looked like a high-end device that packed a hefty punch: Snapdragon 1GHz processor, 8 megapixel camera with auto-focus, 3.5 mm headphone jack, and 7.2 megabytes HSDPA. On paper, it looked to be an absolute beast. So what could make the 'Rachael' even more stunning? To have a user interface as lovely as anything we've ever seen.
Sony Ericsson has built a new UI layer on top of Android (much like with what HTC did with HTC Sense) and boy, it sure is pretty. It seems to place a heavy emphasis on social networks and unified messaging and combines all kinds of sleek and sexy to deliver a fully immersive experience. If you watch the video, you can see the fluid use of widgets and from the looks of it, stellar usage of touch.
Obviously, it's still early in the game for 'Rachael' and for all we know the UI could be buggy and the hardware flawed, but we're pretty certain we have a winner here. Now let's hope Sony Ericsson officially announces it!
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