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Sony Ericsson Xperia pro on sale this October, corporate thumbs flex in anticipation

Joseph Volpe, @jrvolpe
October 17, 2011
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Back at Mobile World Congress in February, Sony Ericsson managed to surprise attack us with the reveal of its Xperia pro. Now, nearly a full year and oodles of leaks later, that Android 2.3 QWERTY slider's ready to find comfort in consumers' hands. Hitting retailers globally this October, SE's 3.7-inch enterprise-minded handset comes pre-loaded with Mc Afee mobile security, Office Suite Pro, and is designed to make syncing with MS Exchange and other email clients a cinch. Business-friendly add-ons aside, the device packs ANT+ (to keep you in peak road warrior shape), and a generous 8.1 megapixel rear camera outfitted with an Exmor R sensor for HD video and 3D Sweep Panorama capture. There's also a Type & Send widget to make use of the device's Smart Keyboard -- which suggests reply options when slid open -- letting you bang out and send off text from the homescreen. Sound like the kind of slider that'll suit your white-collared needs? Then hit up the source below to get your order on.

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