Razec’s XPERIA concept Sony Ericsson Candela has just been finalized and it looks more impressive than ever, thanks to it dual display and incredible specs. There’s a capacitive touchscreen display on board, with a 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio and a 852 x 480 pixels resolution, plus more neat features you can find out after the break.
At the back, there’s a 12 megapixel camera with support for 720p HD video recording @300 FPS and you’ll be impressed to find out that the screen of this concept phone is based on BRAVIA technology. Android 2.0 OS runs on the XPERIA Candela, in a customized version and if you’re looking for a physical keyboard, look no further, since there’s a secondary touchscreen to handle this task.
This touchscreen will display a virtual keyboard, that turns into a jotter, music player or virtual game pad for a PlayStation-like experience. The latter will be provided by an AMD Z430 graphics core, together with a 1 GHz Snapdragon CPU, 384MB DDR SDRAM and 512MB ROM. How many years it will take for SE to come up with such a phone?
[via Concept Phones]