Mobile Phones Guide
Much Ado About Froyo and Bravia Mobile Engine
Thankfully, Sony Ericsson learned its lesson with the Xperia X10 - a flagship phone that only had the Android 1.6 OS when it was released while other manufacturers already had their phones featuring the Android 2.1 OS - and has kept the Xperia arc relevant with an Android 2.3 Gingerbread build. The makes the arc one of the earliest adopters of the new Android OS update. Both Timescape and Mediascape features make their appearances as well on the arc, and are apps that are primed for easy access to your social networking updates and multimedia files.
Of course, the main draw for the Xperia arc is plain to see: a huge 4.2-inch 854 x 480 pixels screen with Sony’s Mobile BRAVIA Engine image processing technology that enhances video playback quality. We realized that the LED-backlit LCD lives up to its Reality Display moniker, boasting richer and brighter color display than its predecessors with good viewing angles under bright light. The sharp and beautiful results shine through while playing videos and games on the device as well as while navigating through the smartphone’s stylish interface.