With the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc We have mixed feelings, it is a terminal of design more interesting but with material more than questionable. This foray into Gingerbread by part SonyEricsson, with which we can take to complain about upgrades contentious policies, is a shoo-in for success.
Without being a terminal that breaks subduing the market hardware in the current batch, has that touch that makes us to be guided by a commitment to, among aesthetics and functionality, It requires a sacrifice of details by the way (dual processors, amoled displays, video calls and materials).
His display of 4.2 inches is the first thing that will draw attention, almost occupying the width of the phone completely, giving a feeling of spaciousness that surprises of first. If this availability by operators add you to affordable prices, the idea that Sony Ericsson will triumph with this model is more than considerable.
A light look at Gigerbread (Android 2.3.2) lets us see how have not done much intrusion into the interface, in order to facilitate future upgrades and not to make mistakes of the past. Although we miss you having not certified as Playstation Phone, something that, for now, is reserved for the Xperia Play.
Hardware makes think that spending feeding a 4.2 display can compensate for inch based on not introducing a processor pointer, maintaining a SnapDragon 1 GHz, and combine it with a 1500 mAh battery.
And in the section multimedia we cannot forget review thoroughly its backlit sensor Exmor R for low light situations, avoiding happy exacerbated noise of CMOS sensors in those conditions. In addition to recording 720 p video and 30 fps.
No doubt a terminal that will make that revolve with the head in the windows and that you might straighten the winding road which until now had taken SonyEricsson in his adventure Android.
Via | Engadget:
- Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc, analysis (I): introduction, availability, and display
- Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc, analysis (II): software
- Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc, analysis (III): hardware
- Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc, analysis (IV): camera, alternatives, conclusions