Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc leaked, is what we knew as Anzu
What we didn't knew is that Sony Ericsson has opted for a bizzare-looking handset with a curved form (hence the Arc name) and dimensions of 4.92 x 2.48 x 0.34 (125 x 63 x 8.7 mm). SLIM! It sports a 4.2-inch screen with a resolution of 480x854 and an 8-megapixel camera. Under the hood, the phone has a 1GHz Qualcomm processor, while Gingerbread is running the Arc show.
Sony Ericsson's CES press conference is later today so we may have a confirmation of this rumour and our first hands-on look pretty soon. In the meantime, what do you think about it?
source: gagadget via Engadget
1. Eric'sSon (unregistered)
Sexy Design!!!! Samsung looks way too ugly as a comparison.
2. htainlintha (Posts: 34; Member since: 20 Mar 2010)
But does it have a multi-touch support? really wish them to put up a multi-touch with a android .3 gingerbread :)
3. SE (unregistered)
I would give up my iPhone anytime for this baby!!!
4. Dakkak (unregistered)
The problem with SE is that they DO make the best looking phones out there in the market by a country mile Plus the BEST UI customizations all among other pretty things....they get you hooked, then ruin it by some tiny screw up. Yes the x12 will have multi touch......BUT WHY OH WHY DO WE GET ONE PATHETIC LED FLASH INSTEAD OF A ZENON ONE SE? WHY NOT 12 MP? You already did it on the Satio. WHY WHY and many WHYS. I Love\Hate you SE.
6. ohla (unregistered)
Becaurse it's impossible to make a superthin phone with a 12mp cam and xenon flash. Look at the bulge from Satio, only becaurse of the flash and camera :)
But wowwww love the design!!! I allmost was going to HTC but when is see this.. Sony for me.
7. turds (unregistered)
ohh I'm updating to this puppy from my present x10..nice! come to canada!
9. Diego! (Posts: 473; Member since: 15 Jun 2009)
So LG Optimus Black is not the slimmest phone in the world after all. SonyEricsson Xperia Arc is it!
10. dan_md (Posts: 66; Member since: 19 Oct 2010)
Sexy phone indeed. It's really not a problem for me if the device is not dual core, 1 GHz is actually very responsive for my needs and more battery-friendly. Sony Ericsson is actually playing catch-up with this model but boy, they did a pretty marvelous job (really).
Will wait for the reviews to come out fromwww.GSMArena.com before shelling out for this device.
My Nokia N8 feels very insecure right now. ;)
11. Nickmfnjackson (Posts: 100; Member since: 21 Jan 2010)
X10 + gingerbread + multi touch = xperia arc?