Reviews and Problems with Sony Ericsson Xperia arc S / LT18i
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Sound quality 9
Battery performance 4
Build quality 9
lelouchltm, Phone Arena
30 May 2013
Excerpt: interesting but could be better. not enough for a advanced user battery is very bad can't still a day without charging, it looks very good and easy to hold on one hand. i dislike the 1Go memory not enough it always remind you that you have not enough memory to install other apps
Pros: well build, call quality very clear, very attractive
Summary: If you need to stream videos/movies or anything else that requires you to be outside a WiFi network frequently I suggest finding a different phone.
Pros: Unlocked, so you can pick choose between whatever carriers are using SIM cards. Stylish; doesn' t look all the other iphones, galaxys', tablets, etc. Upgradeable to Android 4.0 ICS: something I recommend a new owner to do so immeidiately. 8GB microSD card is included with purchase so you're essen...
Cons: This phone IS NOT 4G LTE compatible; you're going to be stuck with last gen's 3G or whatever's most likely the '2nd fastest' network your carrier is offering. Only had this phone for a few months and the display is getting scratched up; this is due to my failings but I feel that it must be brough...
Excerpt: Sorry for mistakes in the text ,I'm from Deutschland. I don't like battery life it sucks.Call quality is quite good.Camera is very good.Internet is one day slow,one day fast.I like this phone,price is good,I pay for it 300 euros.I recommend this phone for all who love good camera and big display.
Summary: Really nice phone! the reason why i don't give it 5 eggs is because of its RAM, should be 1G...
Pros: 1.Very nice design, stylish looking! 2. Screen size is perfect! 3. Although it's single core processor, compare to some dual core phones, there is no many differences. 4. can upgrade to android 4.0
Cons: 1. Feel it plastic, when I hold it on landscape by two hands,i was worried about break. 2. the RAM is just 512MB which makes me to kill the tasks over and over again to keep it runs in good shape. it's a little bit annoying. 3. three physical buttons are a little bit weak.
Summary: Many overlook at this handset because it doesn't have dual cores. However many of the dual core handset haven't had there Ice Cream Sandwich yet nor even released a beta leak at least to show that there willing to update the handset.
Pros: Beautiful Display on par with Retina and Super AMOLED Snappy for a Single Core Processor. Gorgeous Design in my humble opinion the best looking Android handset out there. Great Camera did you know that the Camera sensors the IPhone 4s uses essentially came from this phone. Decently priced for a h...
Cons: As with most Android handsets battery draining No Front Facing Camera