Hi guys, sgbest.[com] xperia arc is only 570 us dollar, anyone from you has experience with them, are they reliable?
King14310, 04 Apr 2011I want to buy a smart phone . But i Can't decide among Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc,X10,samsung ga... morebro i will suggest arc for you because i have used x10 it was great phone and right now i am using galaxy s which hangs many times and it is a bit leggy that's why i have decided to stick with S.E and will advise this to you cz on sheet samsung is good but when it comes to performance sammy it not that good
i been carphone warehouse today....i seen thisphone..its a beautifull device....da best smartphonei ever seen inmy life....i allready order for this phone...inshallah next week i will get my phone....
So guys, shall we buy this phone or not? everything sounds nice, but when u watch videos on yiutube it seems that it little bit laggy !!
I want to buy a smart phone . But i Can't decide among Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc,X10,samsung galaxy S,II,Lg optimus 2X,nokia N8,E7,Motorolla Atrix.please !! help me to choose right one from this,please!!!!!!
come on gsmarena give us camera comparison b/w xperia arc and nokia n8 so that we can get an idea about the arc cam. please gsmarena do it.
What is the difference, if any, between this and the Xperia Neo?
husu, 04 Apr 2011Ask some of these people what they think of the "minor problem":
http://www.googl... morei invite you to come and view my galaxy s. the screen is in fantastic condition. yes I am aware of the issue. I can faintly outline the battery symbol when i have a blue screen on, but without that I cannot see a thing.
my phone is better than the arc. accept it
Sony Android Tablet by the end of Summer in US
thabani, 04 Apr 2011It would help if everyone understood targeting. This phone, just like every other phone, is ta... moreExactly my opinion. A phone cant please EVERY SINGLE ONE. And its also my 1st non-Nokia mobile.
I bought Xperia Arc yesterday... i like the phone very much. very big, very light & very thin. Performance is also very good.
Anonymous, 04 Apr 2011Will the Arc's display suffer from screen burn?No, a LCD display cannot burn-in. At the most (though highly unlikely nowadays), you can have image retention, but it's not permanent and disappears with some time.
AMOLED displays on the other hand "burn-in" permanently, but it's more of a "burn-out": They are made of organic matter, and lose luminosity every time they are switched on. The bad thing is, blue pixels age a lot faster than the rest.
The result? This:
nick, 04 Apr 2011classic sony ericsson owners, hyping up minor problems. I have had my SGS for about 8 months n... moreAsk some of these people what they think of the "minor problem":
You have burn-in on your phone, blue pixels age faster than the rest, there's no way around it. You just don't want to see it because you're a typical Samsung fanboy.
AMOLED technology is not suited for mobile phones. The pentile matrix of the Super AMOLED was meant to reduce the effects of blue pixel aging, with the new Super AMOLED plus without the pentile matrix, burn-in will happen even faster.
I bought my Arc last week, so far no issues detected. Only minor setback is that I can't find the AZERTY keyboard when the language is set to Dutch. And there should be one as AZERTY is the standard for the Netherlands/Belgium... Battery seems to hold on for 2/3 days depending on the usage. And the screen is quite nice to be honest.
Great phone and for me is the best phone in the market until SGS2 hits the stores. I can't wait until I have it.
It would help if everyone understood targeting. This phone, just like every other phone, is targeted at a certain individual thus will NOT have features to please everyone. I'm not into gaming or any other demanding hobby that would require massive specs on a phone. I WILL buy this for its looks, the fact that I can make and receive calls/smses/blah blah, and all the other simple stuff I need on a phone. I'm buying it to show off not to hack into the Pentagon. I'm buying it cos I know I will have to buy another one next year with better specs and more appealing at the time. A phone IS NOT an investment. I've always used Nokia and this will be my first non-nokia-phone and I like it!
classic sony ericsson owners, hyping up minor problems. I have had my SGS for about 8 months now and I have no burn in. Ill let you know when it becomes obvious.
i just dont understand why you lot throw your money at phones which are always 1 step behind the competition? the screen isnt as good and the phone has a weak GPU.