The multi-featured, zero size Sony Ericson XPERIA Arc is now available in the market to fulfill the demands of its customers. Mobile phone that is the slimmest and most lightweight in design is none other than the Sony’s latest production; Sony Ericson XPERIA Arc. The subtly convenient, zero size and feathered weight, Sony Ericsson XPERIA Arc is one of a kind. It was brought into the limelight in early January 2011 and was introduced in two most sophisticated colors; midnight blue and misty silver.
The mobile comes in a package that includes a transceiver unit, one standard battery that has an adequate battery life, a charger set, a headset, the user manuals and the majestic range of applications and a wonderful version of Google available for use. The front body has a wide flat screen, speakers and 3 buttons, the side has volume rocker, USB port, SD port, power, smart keys and an audio jack, and the back has the camera. The overall body is slim, which not only makes it a handsome gadget but also a handy one. This versatile mobile ranges from £300.00 to £380.00
Moreover, this smart phone features LCD touch screen of FWVGA clarity that is specific with 480 x 854 pixels with Sony BRAVIA engine for extra coziness, also a quad band GSM, GPRS and EDGE support. It is companionable with 3G that has 7.2 Mbps HSDPA and 5.76 Mbps HSUPA and has 4.2” 16M of color capacitive LED backlight. It includes an Android OS v2.3 Gingerbread accompanied by 1 GHz Scorpion CPU, and Adreno 205 GPU with Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8255 chipset.
Furthermore, the XPERIA Arc also includes 512MB RAM and 8MP autofocus camera with LED flash and Geo- tagging, a 720p video recording at 30fps with continuous auto-focus. This system is equipped with sWiFi and DLNA made efficient by GPS and A- GPS. XPERIA is compatible with micro SD slot that can manage up to 32GB card this includes the use of an 8GB card also. Equipped with the ability to see the picture of who is calling with photo caller ID.
In addition, the phone also has an accelerometer, proximity sensor, a voice dialing and it also supports Adobe Flash 10.2. It is a standard 3.5mm audio jack with stereo FM radio that has RDS. When it comes to charging, there is a micro USB port along with Bluetooth v2.1. This phone also contains a micro-HDMI port. It also has Java (J2ME) and WAP applications and an internal antenna is also included. The drawback of this mobile is that it has poor viewing angles, the camera, power and volume buttons are quite uncomfortable. It is hard to digest that the developers included a QWERTY keyboard and ignored the infrared. XPERIA Arc cannot even send EMS messages and the messaging style supplied is quite old fashioned and may become obsolete. The memory that comes along is also very low and it becomes slow in processing if multiple applications are being used at once. But all in all, this mobile is the complete package for any individual who carves for style and function. It is the best option in store; grab it before it’s sold out.