10/6/2011

Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S Available now from Three UK

While many are anxiously awaiting the release of the iPhone 4S with its 8MP camera many are forgetting that the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S is available right now and not only does it have a whopping 8.1MP camera but it’s considerably cheaper too.

For years Sony Ericsson phones have come equipped with some of the best quality mobile phone cameras on the market. The Xperia Arc S is no different and the Sony Exmor R sensor means even in low light your snaps will look great. The high resolution camera also means HD video capture is possible.

This isn’t a one trick pony either, with a speedy 1.4Ghz processor the Xperia Arc S is certainly no slouch and despite all that power it’s only 8.7mm thick. The large 4.2″ display means the Arc S makes the 3.5″ screen of the iPhone 4S look rather tiny in comparison.

If you’re not interested in the latest iPhone but want a great quality camera, a large screen and a reasonably priced contract then you may well be interested in the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S. Three are offering 500 minutes, 5000 texts, 1GB internet allowance and a free handset for just £25 a month, visit Three now for details.

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