well firstly, I very much doubt that it will be called "arc hd" since it doesn't have the arc-shape which is why the xperia arc is called the arc.
second, this isn't Sony's flagship for 2012 - that will be the one with the 5.5 inch screen, 13MP camera, 28nm dual- core processor.
Isn't the point of releasing a flagship device is to introduce the best the company has to offer??
I agree aiming a bit lower might bring them volume sales (if they price it right) but as a Sony Ericsson user i expected more.. But i am not ruling out the possibility that the official spec might have more to offer!!!
GoogleEarthMe, 06 Jan 2012lol fail by SE again. Your meant to compete with the top end phones not release a mid-range ph... moreSo what?Maybe they don't want to.Besides,it's not the real thing which may have better specs.
I am sure this is not the best Benchmark score it can get...my Xperia Arc can score from 1100 till 1800..maybe the HD can score up to 30000 :)
Please read the article carefully guys, it definitely has a dual core processor, but strangely only one core is being used for the benchmark. And all galaxy S2 fanboys, what work do you have here? You guys shouldn't be showing your insecurity like this ;)
P.S. It's just a prototype ;)
How many telcos provide micro sim cards?
I will ask my vendor next time I am in a shop but I know they will tell me that the technology does not exist and never will.
I like Japanese's design , buy only design ! Most probably I can meet single core again , in the museum !
What does one need a 12Mpx camera for, if the size of the lens and sensor stays the same?
MATHEUS , 06 Jan 2012Why insist in a single core processor??? Today Android NEEDS a dual-core... Android and the majority of apps aren't designed to use 2 cores id rather have single core bigger battery and toughness my x10 which i got on launch day is still going strong gingerbread and never lags.
lol fail by SE again. Your meant to compete with the top end phones not release a mid-range phone as your possible flagship (hoping this wont be their next flagship phone). Benchmark scores are good but like the article says, they are good if it was 6 months ago (I would of thought more like a year ago if not longer as 6 months ago we have first introduction of dual core phones). I guess this is SE unless this is to stop people from searching for the Nozomi?