Reviews and Problems with Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc
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Sony Xperia Arc Review: In Depth
28 March 2014
Excerpt: Sony Ericsson had some serious catching up to do with the Android crowd after their quite frankly pants X10. What was a nice looking phone was marred by an irritatingly slow, over-skinned version of Android.
Excerpt: Sony Ericsson's smartphone regeneration continues with the stunning Arc Until recently it was fair to say that Sony Ericsson has had a rocky ride with Android handsets. With its flagship 2010 Xperia X10 being somewhat left behind by HTC and Samsung.
Sneak Peak at Possible Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc HD
30 September 2012
Summary: Additional comments: No external memory card option. Internal memory capacity depends on the version you buy. Video calling possible with front camera. HDMI port for media and file sharing. MicroSIM card. Battery might be non-removeable by user. Seems HDTV-capable. Terrific resolution ratio.
Excerpt: Wait, you can still get a great looking Sony Ericsson phone? Oh yes, and a sexy, wafer thin (8.7mm at its thinnest) one at that. Besides taking home the trophy as the best looking Android phone we’ve layed our gadget-hungry eyes upon, the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc also cradles an alluring 854×480...
Pros: Great design, both thin and light. Beautiful LED backlit display. Crisp images and video from the 8-megapixel camera with Exmor sensor. Gingerbread version of Android is a huge improvement over previous iterations. Good voice quality on calls.
Cons: Flimsy, plastic feel to a 0 phone? Small and stiff buttons. Android’s quirks are more annoying than endearing. Price is a bit steep.
Summary: Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S is an amazing Android smartphone released till time. This smartphone built with powerful 1.4 Ghz processor and Adreno 205 GPU to achieve optimal performance. Yet the device is built with strong and very-sleek body covering up to 8.7mm thin and weighing 117 grams.
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
Excerpt: The Xperia Arc is available on the Rogers network in Canada, but that’s about it as far as this side of the pond goes. You can purchase the unlocked version at a few internet locations, but you’ll be forking out at least $450 for the phone.
Excerpt: While the Sony Ericsson Arc is not the newest device on the block, it’s the first time I’ve actually got my hands down and dirty with the device. I have to say that this is the most stylish phone I’ve had the pleasure to gaze my eyes on.