Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc HD spotted yet again, gets the benchmark treatment
The Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc HD is expected to be the manufacturer’s first dual-core entry into a market that is already filled with them. The Snapdragon processor that will power the smartphone from behind the scenes is believed to be clocking in at 1.5GHz. It also will have 1GB of RAM
Aside from the processor the Xperia Arc HD is going to have a 4.3-inch 720p display that will almost certainly be eye-popping. With the handset packing a resolution of 1280x720 inside of a 4.3-inch screen it results in an impressive pixel density of 342ppi. Around the back it will feature a whopping 12 megapixel camera with the Exmor R sensor. The camera can also record video in full 1080p HD.
Out of the gate the handset will more than likely feature Android Gingerbread (like the one in the photos does) rather than ICS. Of course on time of that would be Sony Ericsson’s custom user interface. Surely there will be some sort of update in its future, but who knows when.
The benchmark tests are a little disappointing. They show that only one of the two processors is running and therefore produces a lowly score of 2219. That score wouldn’t be horrible if this was a single-core phone, but we will just have to wait for the device to become official before we see what it is truly capable of.
Hopefully Sony Ericsson does things right with the Arc HD. A flagship type handset from them would be a nice alternative to the numerous Samsung, Motorola and HTC devices that are flooding the market. If the Arc HD turns out to be the beast of a smartphone that it sounds like on paper, how many of you would consider picking one up?
source: ITProPortal via SlashGear
4. Dark4o90 (Posts: 205; Member since: 20 Feb 2011)
actually it's really good result this isn't S2 with 480 800 resolution it's 720p almost 3 times more pixels
5. KingKurogiii (Posts: 5670; Member since: 23 Oct 2011)
actually..it's not a good result. :P
is it justified? maybe but only because we haven't seen a real Quadrant test on any phone with HD resolution with anything other than an S3 besides the GN but Quadrant isn't optimized for 4.0 yet and there's also a good chance this is a pre-production model but i can promise you a device with an HD Display & either an OMAP4 or an Exynos would still kill this thing even at a lower clock frequency.
6. buggerrer (Posts: 294; Member since: 21 Sep 2011)
rly? then what about Galaxy Note with HD super amoled and powered by exynos ... ? Sony is going down
9. KingKurogiii (Posts: 5670; Member since: 23 Oct 2011)
oh, okay, there ya go. one i overlooked.
10. ledbetterp3 (Posts: 467; Member since: 31 Aug 2011)
One you overlooked? How about the htc rezound? Or the LG nitro HD?
7. ngo2dd (Posts: 896; Member since: 08 Jul 2011)
Because benchmark is the only thing that matter. This is also the wrist of the benchmark test I don't know why people still use it.
8. romeo1 (Posts: 531; Member since: 06 Jan 2012)
If im correct samsung did a trick to get higher scores at the quadrant benchmark tests