The incredible amount of options that are present in the Samsung and HTC phones is something that is missing in the Sony Ericsson line-up at least for the past few years and they have decided to do something about it by introducing new phones into the Xperia line-up. The Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc is the first phone that will be launched in this line-up and it is also going to be the flagship model of the company one that is available. This is due to the introduction of a number of new features that will certainly make the company standout once again in the high-end smartphone industry, which is something that they have been clearly absent from for the last few years.
The Xperia Arc will be able to do this by which you are having a 4.2 inch touch screen display that is going to introduce a lot of charisma into the phone. This is possible due to the introduction of the Bravia Mobile technology, which is appearing in a mobile phone for the first time. Since Sony is their parent company, Sony Ericsson has not had any issues with regard to using the Bravia technology in their mobile phones. After looking at the images from this new phone, one clearly has to say that it has given the Sony Ericsson line-up a new dimension with its incredible colour reproduction levels and attention to detail.
Yes, the AMOLED technology will be able to bring about more contrast to the touch screen display, while the retina display technology is going to bring more resolution to the plate. However, the Bravia mobile technology will be bringing both of this together along with a brilliant eye for detail, which is probably going to be unbeaten in the next few years. The Bravia Mobile technology is currently supported by a number of ancillary features along with this touch screen display that make the Xperia Arc a complete product in the Sony Ericsson line-up.
It is a mobile phone that is going to offer 320 MB of internal space for the storage of a few files. However, given the fact that this is the flagship model of the company, one certainly has the right to expect more from it. In fact, the 320 MB is not the only option for storing files present in the Xperia Arc due to the additional memory card support that is also present.
The Xperia Arc will be coming with a scratch resistant surface for the touch screen display, which is probably present in all of its competitor's products. However, given the fact that the touch screen is probably not the only part that is going to be attractive in the new phone, it is quite reassuring to be having this featuring the new Xperia Arc. The Xperia Arc is a phone that was expected in the UK by April onwards, which means that it is going to be available within a few weeks from now.