Advantages: Look Good, Great Camera, Android OS, Connectivity, Apps, Price Disadvantages: Grip, Slows Down
The Xperia Arc is an Android operating system based Smartphone which was first released in April 2011 by Sony Ericsson to join the ever expanding market of Android mobile smartphones. The phone was out to compete with similar phones from their competitors such as the Samsung Galaxy, Samsung Nexus, Nokia X7 as well as the iPhone 3GS. Although the technology has slightly advanced the Xperia...
Advantages: well thought out and attractive design, sits well in the hand, easy to use, front facing camera Disadvantages: camera can be slow to open, screen not normal shape for screen protector
...the initial set up almost a year ago, I can't remember the exact process, but as someone who is fairly easily confused and frustrated by computers and phones, I do remember the process to be fairly easy and not at all daunting.
I have to say I think that appearance wise the Xperia ray is on to a real winner - it's slim, sleek and stylish. Personally I find most modern 'smart' phones are a bit on the ugly...
Advantages: Inexpensive smart phone, good quality, responsive keypad and nice flip keyboard display Disadvantages: Not as fast Internet surfing as an iPhone
...carefully to understand how to use the phone. Also in the box was a set of headphones that can be used to listen to the radio setting, the battery charger, and a few screen protectors which is a good inclusion as well.
Design of the phone
My impressions of the phone when I looked at the Sony Ericsson Xperia X8 was a positive one. I also had a look at the Sony X10 though I did not like the flip...