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Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc: High level shooter - video

January 19, 2022 | Debbie Turner
Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc: High level shooter – video

We’ve noted the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc on a couple of occasions recently and included it in our 5 of the best upcoming Android phones from CES 2011 and also wrote about some earlier teasers of the Xperia Arc.

Now Andrew Munchbach over on BGR, sourced from Android Central, has given us a closer look at the high-level camera performance of the slimline Xperia Arc and there’s also a video from Sony Ericsson that you can see below this story. The 8-megapixel camera includes a Sony sensor and f/2.4 aperture value, which makes it suitable for varying light conditions.

There is also an array of configurations available and the 720p video showing off the Xperia Arc camera improvements was also conveniently taken using another Arc. If you want to take a hands-on look at this impressive handset then check out an article by Sascha Segan over on PC World which also rated the camera highly.

Are you thinking of purchasing the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc and are the enhanced camera features part of that decision? Why not let us know by sending us your comments.

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  1. shonangreg says:

    With contracts being typically 2 years, SonyEricsson's decision to abandon updates to the Xperia X10 series in less than one year is disgraceful, especially with the benefits of 2.2 (adobe flash, install to SD, processor optimizations, etc.).

    And with SonyEricsson demonstrating this attitude with the existing, high-performance Xperia X10 series (which is more than capable of running 2.2, 2.3, and later), why would anyone trust them to do any different on the new Xperia arc?

    The meaning of SonyEricsson's choices now are obvious to informed consumers: if you want to get the improvements to your phone that come from new versions of android, avoid SonyEricsson. HTC and others have a *much better* track record for providing updates to their customers.

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