Reviews and Problems with Sony Ericsson Xperia arc S / LT18i
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Stephan R. Kuepfer, Cnet.co.uk
2 March 2012
Summary: My first android. Very fast, cool sensors (for games and the swiss army knofe app ;-), super light and comes standart with great software. Super surprised and glad I changed after 6 years with HTC to Sony. A truly good work from Sony here ...
Summary: I spent a lot of time researching what phone to buy, and after using an HTC and iphone, I really wanted to make the right choice this time. This phone is amazing - the screen is outstanding, camera amazing, so easy and simple to use you don't need an instruction manual and I am more than happy with...
Truly excellent phone, my best and ideal phone, love it
12 February 2012
Summary: Have had this phone 3 years, it's been wonderful, easy to use out of the box and has always done what I needed it to do. I researched before buying, as I needed a good camera for my son's wedding and it took 2500 stunning photos.
Summary: THIS PHONE IS GREAT THIS WAS FOR MY WIFE ,I HAVE ONE TO .IT MAKES THE I PHONE LOOK SLOW AND SCREEN SIZE SMALL .MY SON HAS THE I PHONE AND YOU CANT COMPARE.GREAT PHONE FOR THE PRICE.WOULD BUT AGAIN
Summary: I brought this as a step up from a Samsung Galaxy Europa and i was very pleased with the quality, service and speed of the phone and company providing it. The phone itself is very good with an 8GB card and all of the other accessories you need to get going, its very bright and fast and comes in an...
Summary: Been looking for a smartphone for a while, did a bit for research and this phone wow, totally worth the money. Loaded with apps from android with a lot more to choose from. Also, it does work with pay as you go sim cards.
Summary: Just got this in now. While the hd screen and the rich colour profile are great assets and there's a nice glossy build feel... Regular headsets (ie. headphones with a mic on the cable) DO NOT WORK!! Only approved SONY headsets work with this bad girl - this is crazy stuff!
Summary: Having had a few weeks to get to grips with the phone I can now air my likes and dislikes. To start with I think that Sony Ericsson have got a winner here. Smart in more ways than just looks and generally easy to handle; as an 87 year old I find some of the buttons are a bit fiddly - particularly...