Android Robot Does the Crazy Android Dance [Video]

So you think you can dance? Try beating this Android mascot at his own game and I’ll believe you.

Can your iPhone 4 do this? In a bid to promote one of its recently launched Android smartphones, Sony Ericsson recently dressed up a human as a mascot of Google’s Android OS. The interesting thing about that is you get to see the ‘Android’ dancing, perhaps, for the first time since its launch. Check the video above.

This video definitely gives new meaning to be the robot. This crazy dance, shot in Taiwan near a Sony Ericsson Expera Arc cellphone stand, has become a most-likely-unplanned viral video for Google’s mobile platform, with more than 800,000 views on YouTube since March 20 and 912 shares over the past 24 hours.

Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc Android smartphone (click to enlarge). Photo: Sony Ericsson

Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc is one of the recent additions to SE’s lineup of Xperia Android phones. It has an amazingly beautiful form factor with beautiful curves, glossy finish and a solid-under-the-hood mettle to entice any Android smartphone fanatic into buying it.

However, the cynosure feature of the phone is the Sony’s Bravia Mobile Engine-powered screen which brings the Bravia TV’s awesomeness to the compact 4.2” multi-touch Reality display and the Sony Exmor R camera sensor which is usually found in compact Sony cameras.

The 8.1 megapixel LED-assisted cameras should help you shoot best quality pictures even in low-light situations with pretty much ease while the Android 2.3 OS gets you the best of the Google’s Android OS.

The Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc features HD video recording, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi connecitivy, mini-HDMI port, 320MB onboard storage with expandable storage support for up to 32GB via a microSD card, web-kit based browser, integrated Google apps and motion gaming.

Other interesting features including Exchange ActiveSync support, TV-out support, SE synchronization support, integrated social networking apps, touch focus, 3D games, FM Radio with RDS and much more. [via Mashable and Xperia Blog]

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