Sony Ericsson is cool, but they decreased the internal memory!! How could they make the same mistake again and again?? This is a thing I can't understand. It makes me angry! The X10 at least has a bigger storage. The successor of the Arc will have a 256 Mb of internal storage then?? :( The specs are great, but the internal memory is important too for many people. Moto has phones with 8 GB, Samsung has phones with 8 GB or 16 GB, Nokia has too 8 and 16 GB phones, LG has too 8 GB phones.
Anonymous, 06 Jan 2011Bravo ... ! sonyericsson finally learning from its mistakes .... awesome phone ....Everybody NOTICE that SE has DROPPED the M2 card format and BOWED down to the microSD card? This is an excellent move that should have been done a loooooong time ago.
And now the 3.5 mm jack is standard on SE phones - again a move that should have been done a long time ago. At least the SE bright boys are listening.
No video call camera nor video call functionality was mentioned
dvven, 06 Jan 2011 i think this phone doesn't have 2ndary cam for videocalling! hopefully im wrong, because thi... moreif you look closely above the Sony logo you see a tiny camera thats your 2nd cam for Video calling.
Bravo ... ! sonyericsson finally learning from its mistakes .... awesome phone ....
more headache for the already troubled nokia who seems to be nowhere in the CES. are they joining this year?
only thin rest is outdated check motorol atrix it is baby in front of it...
xperia arc support multitouch
i think this phone doesn't have 2ndary cam for videocalling! hopefully im wrong, because this is a deal breaker for me.
Anonymous, 06 Jan 2011I quick questions guys: the specs says that It have a front facing camera!?, but from the pict... moreDude, look closely. Why the hell would they put a microphone near the earpiece. Isn't that crazy? Look at it closely. You see a camera, that block something-ish might be an ambient sensor and then there's the earpiece.
People are such noobs. They don't realise that the specifications they want are in the phone. They don't read - that's the point. Specifications are the best, I've seen the videos from Sony Ericsson and the liveblog from Engadget. I have interest on buying this phone - and this should be the iPhone killer.