CES 2011 Video: Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc Gets Handled

Continuing to bring you the news from CES 2011 in Las Vegas we have some hands-on video footage of the new Android Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc smartphone for your viewing pleasure below and you can also check out other videos and all the specs by hitting up (here).

The Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc hands-on video comes our way courtesy of Jon Rettinger over at Technobuffalo who is at CES 2011, and delivers almost five minutes of getting up close and personal with new Android 2.3 Gingerbread toting smartphone.

Size wise the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc is 4.2 inches with 3 physical buttons for back, home and menu, microSD slot, and a 2.5mm jack and is apparently the first smartphone to utilise Sony’s Bravia Engine for the display.

Apparently Sony is touting the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc as “the world’s thinnest smartphone,” something reportedly assigned to the iPhone 4 so iOS fans may be a tad disgruntled about that.

In the video below Jon shares some of his first impressions on the handset and there’s also an overview by a Sony Ericsson rep, so worth a look, Jon also says that “this is definitely one of those devices that needs to held to be appreciated. It’s extremely thin, but manages to feel sturdy.”

So all you need do now is jump on down, sit back, punch that play button and check out the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc hands-on video…enjoy.


One thought on “CES 2011 Video: Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc Gets Handled”

  1. Suan says:

    Sony Ericsson has the worst customer service i ever know.
    I just back from Sony Ericsson service center.
    I service a W910i phone there last month. After 1 month, it finally operate again. The invoice says that what i submit to them is "Handphone Only" which is in my point of view, it's true. I don't give them the charger, headset, manual books, box, etc. But when i receive my phone, there's no battery, and there's no battery enclosure case on the back. Whattt?!! I ask them to search for the battery and the enclosure and they said they will not do that since It says "HP Only" means no battery and no back enclosure. What the Hellll?!! Why would i submit a phone without the battery and the enclosure?! It's really obvious they just don't want to take any responsibility to lose my battery and enclosure.
    Is this my mistake that i don't notice?! Hey, Let me tell u, There's NO WAY that I (a customer) would suspicious when sony said "HP Only" MEANS no battery or even more no enclosure. It's really easy for them to steal from your own customer.
    I think i figure out the way Sony Ericsson collect more money. That's with such a dirty trick. So, i should by a battery enclosure Rp. 30.000,- (Around 3.5 USD) and the battery Rp. 275.000,- (30.5 USD). And Why it's so expensive. Even, Blackberry has cheaper battery.
    I just read in the news that sony target to be number 2 in tablet market after Apple in 2011. All I can said is the way u aim for Apple is very very impressive… Congrats!
    I simply never ever use sony ericsson product again in my life.
    – From a Long time EX-Sony Ericsson Fan –

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