The Xperia Arc is certainly a large handset but still quite comfortable to hold and lightweight. It runs a 1 GHZ scorpion Processor with the Adreno 205 GPU got accelerating games and video Playback. The LED backlit display sports a 480 x 854 Pixel Resolution that's high enough to make colours seriously stand out. It doesn't Have a hot swap slot for the microSF which could be an issur for some, however 320 MB of internal storage is available for apps. Sony Erisson has included the TimeScrape UI option and widget for simultaneously updating your Twitter and FB view all your Message, people's updates on FB/Twitter and New calls/messages form this one vertical scrolling interface.
The native audio player with its few EQ presets managed to dish out audio quite well . Tones, although slightly jarring on full volume were still decently well balanced. The Arc does not support DIVX or XviD video Codecs out of the box. So you'll have to download and use a third party media player from the android market. The Arc is well equipped for connectivity form 3G, standard EDGE/GPRS,WiFi with DLNA compatibility and tethering 8 megapixel camera is ccompanied by an LED flash that's quite handy in low lit areas.However the quality of immages shot was quite average especially in low Light.
The Arc's 1500 mAh battery serves it well. It lasts for a little over two days with Moderate usages.
For it Price it should have offered more features such as Dual-Core CPU, Larger Screen and More Storage Space.
FOR:Smooth user Interface,Good audio Quality
AGAINST: No Divx and MKV supports