Friday, July 8, 2011

New Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc goes Pink

Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc goes Pink

Famous Japanese operator DoCoMo has introduced new Android smartphone Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc ‘’ Sakura Pink’’. In Japan this device is known as SO-01C and it will be available in eye-catching pink color. The color is of course hot, and will attract the Japanese customers, especially inner Barbie's.
The device is available not only in pink; males can take the devices in Midnight Blue and Silver from the 24th of the March. We have no information about whether the pink device will available in other countries or not. Below you can get acquainted with the official Press Conference.
The first thing to test was the camera, and the camera interface is considerably better than the originalX10 interface (which is going when it gets the Gingerbread update). Now you can swipe left to see a gallery, or right to access a menu with all the key settings on one single screen. There are plenty of options here – perhaps too many, as it could cause confusion when some options only become available when other things are selected.
Features Of Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc :
  • Capturing Mode (Normal, Scene Recognition and Smile Detection)
  • Resolution (8MP for 4:3 and 6MP for 16:9, plus 2MP for 4:3 or 16:9)
  • Touch Capture (On/Off) for pressing on the screen to take a photo
  • Scenes (Off, Landscape, Night Portrait, Sports, Document, Portrait, Night Scene, Beach & Snow, Party)
  • Flash (Auto, Off, Fill Flash, Red-eye Reduction) – no more advanced menu to turn the light on or off!
  • Self-timer (10 Seconds, 2 Seconds)
  • Focus Mode (Single autofocus, Macro, Infinity, Multi autofocus, Face Detection, Touch Focus)
  • Exposure Value (+/- 2)
  • White Balance (Auto, Incandescent, Fluorescent, Daylight, Cloudy)
  • Metering (Centre, Spot, Average)
  • Image Stabiliser (On/Off)
  • Geotagging (On/Off)
  • Shutter Sound (1, 2, 3, Off)
The video controls are:
  • Scenes (Off, Landscape, Beach & Snow, Party, Portrait, Night mode, Sports)
  • Video Size (HD 720p, VGA, MMS, Full Wide VGA, QVGA)
  • Exposure Value (+/- 2)
  • Focus Mode (Single autofocus, Infinity, Face Detection)
  • Photo light (On/Off)
When the photos were taken, it was after 1830 and the sun was setting. Light was still sufficient but fading, and noise is present – especially on the indoor shots. Although the photos are not bad, they’re not as fantastic as expected given the hype over the Exmor R sensor usually found in mid-to-high end .



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