New Sony Ericsson Xperia arc launched

Posted by David Khoirul
I started to use Sony Ericsson in 2008 and, since then, have found it amazing. Most Sony Ericsson phones, no matter how low the type or the memory is, have features that other phones like Nokia do not have -- large Java file installation is one example (certain Nokia phones, such as 6020, cannot download large applications).

Sony Ericsson now grows even stronger especially after the launch of Sony Ericsson Xperia arc, an ultra-thin Android with powerful camera. Sony Ericsson Xperia arc will be available in certain countries, including Japan, from Q1 2011.

It's a new smartphone running Android 2.3 and sporting a 1 GHz Qualcomm CPU, 512 MB of memory and a 4.2-inch multi-touch display (Sony Ericsson calls it the Reality Display) with a 854 x 480-pixel resolution.

It has a 8.1-megapixel camera with HD video (720p) recording capability and a slim, curved body that's just 8.7mm thick at its thinnest part and weighs 117 grams.

The list of camera's capabilities is very long for a mobile phone camera; highlights include auto focus, face detection, LED flash, image stabilizer, geo tagging, and noise suppression. The device also features Sony's Exmor R technology which enables you to take good looking photos and videos in low-light conditions.

As far as connectivity goes, you have a 3.5 mm audio jack at your disposal, as well as HDMI, USB, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi support. The device also supports GPS and DLNA as well as memory cards with capacity up to 32 GB (it comes with an 8 GB microSD card).


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