The incredible availability of the smartphones in the Sony Ericsson line-up is something that has disappeared of late following intense competition from the likes of HTC and Samsung. However, the company is planning for a comeback and the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc is kind to be the phone that will be at the forefront of all the comebacks that is going to be unleashed by the company. It is planning to do this by introducing a lot of features that have been present in the high end smartphones up until now, but not in the Sony Ericsson line-up. Also, there are also plenty of new features that are yet to be seen in the mobile phone industry.
The Xperia Arc will be coming with elements of technology that has been left by the Sony Corporation, the Bravia Mobile technology. Yes, this incredible technology will be offered by this new phone in the 4.2 inch touch screen display. Apart from the high resolution of 480 x 854 pixels, this is the incredible aspect of the new phone. It is expected that the Bravia Mobile technology will provide a suitable alternative or even in competition for the retina display technology present in the Apple iPhone. If the AMOLED display unit will be mainly present in order to provide more brightness to the screen, the Bravia Mobile technology will be offering more detail to the screen.
The Xperia Arc while becoming only with 320 MB of internal memory, but there is memory in the form of an external 8 GB memory card, which will be sufficient for most of the users. However, for hard-core entertainment lovers, the 32 GB maximum support provided by the phone is something that is going to be extremely useful. Also, given the fact that there are plenty of entertainment features on the phone, this memory will be providing the ideal opportunity to utilise the amount of options present in the phone. The Xperia Arc’s 1 GHz processor is something that is going to have the responsibility of running the Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system. That might be suggestions that this is not the ideal processor for running this operating system since the dual core unit has been recently launched, but one will be able to appreciate the powerful nature of this processor after using the phone straight away.
The Xperia Arc will be offering an eight megapixel camera, which is once again going to stress the fact that the Sony Ericsson mobile phones have always been the best when it comes to the camera. Even though the 1080 p HD video recording is not present as an option right now, it is expected to be available once the Android operating system is updated to the 2.4 version. It has not been confirmed yet, but there are rumours regarding this fact. The Xperia Arc is going to cost £ 40 per month on the Three network on a two-year contract, with various freebies thrown in.
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