The mobile phone industry is one of the most incredibly competitive and fast moving industries in the corporate world, with the major manufacturers constantly vying for supremacy via a regular stream of new devices, boasting technological innovations and impressive designs. The fact that these major companies have to work so hard to maintain their place in the market, and to attempt to surpass their rivals, all adds up to excellent news for the customer, because it ensures the best possible devices and the widest possible choice is available to them.
One of the company’s competing at the top end of this market is Sony, and the launch of their new Xperia Arc S, a mere six months after the release of the original Xperia Arc model, only goes to demonstrate the lightning speed that the mobile phone industry is moving at. The Sony Xperia Arc S is being marketed as the first upgrade of the original Arc model but – perhaps not surprisingly given the speed with which it has been developed – this upgrade does not offer radically different specs from the original. There are two main new specs featured in the Xperia Arc S: a new processor and an updated operating system.
When it comes to the latter of these, the Sony Xperia Arc S is still using the Google Android operating system, but it has been given an update to version 2.3.4, although this update did not arrive as soon as the phone hit the shops. The other new spec is the 1.4GHz single-core processor, which is faster than that featured on the Xperia Arc original. Elsewhere the Arc S still has the big 4.2 inch screen display, with 854×480 resolution level, plus a slim casing to make it comfortable to hold. The camera app is either 8.1 megapixels or 6, depending on the size of format you want to take the pictures in. Sony Xperia Arc S is available at $343 from Amazon.
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