Japan based Sony Corporation and Swedish Ericsson conglomerated on October 1, 2001 to form one of the largest mobile manufacturing giant Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB. The sole purpose of this joint venture was to produce world class mobile phones combining the best features of both the companies. The fact is evident in all the Sony Ericsson gadgets produced till date. The latest gadget launched in March 2011 under this branded manufacturer is in the form of Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc. Also popular as Sony Ericsson Anzu or Sony Ericsson X12, it is a perfect combination of stylish looks and advanced functionalities and thus satisfies all the aspects of being a promising gadget.
Xperia Arc is an Android smart phone with slim and sleek design. The beautifully curved gadget fits perfectly in your palms with 8.7mm thickness and 117g weight. Its 4.2 inches capacitive touchscreen with Sony mobile Bravia Engine provides the advantage of crystal clear display. Available in vibrant colors like midnight blue and misty silver, Xperia Arc also possess excellent music features evident in almost all Sony Ericsson phones. Apart from the Sony Ericsson music player, it also boasts TrackID music recognition, PlayNow and Bluetooth Stereo facilities.
Fully utilizing the Gingerbread version powered by 1 GHz Scorpion processor, Xperia Arc also provides advanced features in terms of camera, connectivity, messaging, entertainment and communication. An amazing feature available with the gadget is its 8.1 mega pixel rear camera with advanced functionalities like digital zoom, CMOS sensor, red eye reduction technique, face and smile detection apart from 720p video recording with video light. It also features NeoReader barcode scanner as an advanced business level utility other than Google calendar, document reader and Infinite button. It also support 3D games which lift up its entertainment feature to a different level. It also provides 3G connectivity with 7.2 Mbps speed along with Facebook and Twitter integration.
Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc deals are storming the mobile phone market with Vodafone, Orange, Virgin, Three, O2 and T-Mobile contracts. Apart from cheaper rates of the gadgets, these deals also bring out beneficial aspects in terms of free gifts and incentives. Other than that, the flexible pay as you go and Sim free deals are also equally popular with the gadget.