Reviews and Problems with Sony Ericsson Xperia arc S / LT18i
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Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S Review
3 October 2013
Excerpt: Sony refreshed its arc line-up at IFA 2011, with the company announcing the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S , a smartphone that has been given something of a speed injection – Sony is quoting speeds 25 per cent faster than its predecessor, the Sony Ericsson Arc.
Summary: Lo más llamativo del nuevo Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S es como lograron mantenerlo en secreto durante tanto tiempo. Entre rumores y filtraciones, es común encontrar imágenes y todo tipo de datos sobre teléfonos móviles mucho antes de sus lanzamientos definitivos, y también habría que ver si eso no es...
Excerpt: When it comes to sequels, it is usually a dose of disappointment in the waiting. However, with the Xperia Arc S, we are more confused and bewildered. Partly because we are also impressed with the darned phone! Is it replacing the Xperia Arc ? Is this phone just an OS and processor update?
Sony Ericsson Xperia arc S (unlocked) unboxing and initial hands on review [Video]
22 December 2011
Excerpt: Sony Ericsson recently made a push into the United States with some unlocked options. We reviewed the Xperia ray last month, and recently the Xperia arc S and Xperia active became available. All three phones are compatible with AT&T’s 3G network.
Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S – still one of the hottest and slimmest phones on the market
30 November 2011
Conclusion: It’s pretty clear that the Arc S is a sizzling smart phone competitor on the market. Many critics would agree that the actual touch screen and camera are the most well-liked features on the phone. Also, the phone comes at a low enough price tag, which makes it an even more marketable smart phone.
Excerpt: If you’re in the market for a brand new smartphone, you may well have been tempted by the recent ads for the Xperia Arc S from Sony Ericsson . The original Xperia Arc handset was only released in April of this year and a six-month gap until an update is impressively quick work by Sony Ericsson.
Excerpt: The Sony-Ericsson Xperia Arc S did not deviate much from the original Arc except for the bump in processor speed (and the additional colored variant) so it’s not really a huge improvement, in my opinion. Nevertheless, those extra clock cycles will certainly be of help once your handset needs it.
Conclusion: In our review of the Sony Ericsson Xperia arc we said the company has nailed it, but now with the Xperia arc S, we’d say we have a minor upgrade on our hands. The thin arched profile that makes you forget you are holding a gadget with a huge 4.2” screen stays, as well as the light weight and sleek...
Pros: Thin, tall and narrow chassis makes it more comfortable to use than other big-screen Androids, Camera with good low-light capabilities and native Panorama options, Excellent loudspeaker
Cons: Still no front-facing camera, Minor upgrades compared to the Xperia arc