i am getting this phone once it came out. great. i am waiting for this phone.
NoMi, 07 Sep 2011what is the difference between xperia arc & xpera arc s? xperia arc s has litl bit enhanbed battery life than xperia arc,and arc s has 3d sweep panorama,usb on the go support,arc has got an 1ghz processor while arc s has 1.4 ghz processor.and may b faster too.
AnonD-20973, 06 Sep 2011hi you want front camera sony ericsson is going to launch another smart phone called duo which... moreA 12MP primary camera is gonna kill it! The duo core processor kills it twice! It'll definitely be a hit!
The SE Xperia Arc S is by far a great adversary to the Samsung Galaxy production lines, SE has its own ways and does Samsung, but personally i prefer SE because of their user interface, appearance(big factor), performance etc.
NoMi, 07 Sep 2011what is the difference between xperia arc & xpera arc s?only the cpu..
arc has 1ghz and arc s has 1.4ghz
Anonymous, 06 Sep 2011Get Xperia Arc S without any doubts, even though Galaxy S2 is better in specs but trust me you... moreI so agree with you. Xperia Arc S has that sexy and unique design as compared to the Galaxy S 2 which looks generic. I just hope that when Se releases Xepra Arc s, it will not be as expensive as the S 2.
GrewSober, 06 Sep 2011What's funny lately is that I am thinking of switching back to Sony Ericsson. I currently have... moreGet Xperia Arc S without any doubts, even though Galaxy S2 is better in specs but trust me you wont see much difference in speed and performance, arc s is much better design and other adv of good stuff plus good price.
What's funny lately is that I am thinking of switching back to Sony Ericsson. I currently have the Samsung Galaxy Ace and have it upgraded to v2.3.4 already and by the end of the year and early next, I would like to do a phone upgrade. I am torn between Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S and Samsung Galaxy S2. What i like about the Xperia Arc is that it's fully integration with Facebook, it's Panorama Sweep, ExmorR and it's Mobile Bravia Engine plus Sony Ericsson is getting quite consistent in providing software updates. The only downer is the phone's internal storage and RAM. In the case of the Galaxy S2, it has a huge internal storage, has SuperAmoled screen and it's dual core plus 1GB of RAM but it's quite expensive than the Arc S. Whew, phone manufacturer's could really give us a migraine. What your take on this, anyone? I am eyeing the Galaxy Note but it will be way to expensive and way out of budget.