Reviews and Problems with Sony Ericsson Xperia arc S / LT18i
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17 May 2012
Summary: I did a lot of research before deciding on this phone, coming from an Htc Hero I did think I would stay with Htc. However, it was the promise of good battery life, excellent camera and music player that led me to buy the Xperia Arc S. I upgraded the operating system straight away to Android 4, another bonus, and it has made the camera even easier to use!
Summary: I bought this phone after hearing good reviews about it. It worked fine for the first few months, but after a while it started to play up. I would receive text messages and they would suddenly disappear, turning the phone off and on never worked so I had to ask for the person to re-send the texts. Whenever someone tried calling me it would put them straight through to voicemail, my phone would vibrate once but it it never said I had a missed call.
Summary: 3 days after receiving the Arc S I feel I now know it well enough to write a short review. Any iPhone users who have switched to this smartphone will agree that it is far far superior. Faster processor, brighter & sharper screen and all the apps you can get on the iPhone's app store, but a lot more are free through the Android Market.
Summary: I have been using the phone ( which I picked up for £90.00 second hand) for about 2 months and as I spend most of my day in the office I can charge the battery whenever so that being my only major fault with the handset I am very happy. Stunning photo's, good sound, superb display.
Pros: Good looking, fast for single core, excellent camera.
Summary: I thought long and hard before purchasing this product because in recent years my opinion of Sony products has somewhat declined. Not the least because of a defective television that I had to return to them.The Arc S has however restored my faith in the brand. Its clean good looking and functional shape makes it by far the easiest smart phone to hold and and use and its connectivity is brilliant.Coupled with the huge spread of its free Android apps,I really don't know...
Summary: I've just finished 2 long years on Vodafone with an iPhone 3GS. Terrible signal coverage - although iPhone is a nice gadget, it is complete RUBBISH as a working tool (I run my own business). I actually had to buy a PAYG phone to fill in when the iPhone didn't have signal - which seemed to be most of the time. Switched to o2 with the Xperia Arc S and havent been out of coverage once in over a week.