We know that Sony Ericsson Arc S is the successor of the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc and its come with pretty good features like 4.2 inches Reality display and dual core processor and nothing much special to impress us while on the other side we have Samsung Galaxy S III which is just born and ready to spread out it just upgraded features with the earlier models and nothing much new to discover except quad core and Android 4.0 ICS.
Here in this article we will go through the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S comparison in with Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone.
Features & Specs Comparison
- Processor Comparison
- Display Comparison
- Camera Comparison
- Operating System Comparison
- Battery Comparison
We did compare the various features and specifications of Sony Ericsson Arc S and Samsung Galaxy S III.
Samsung Galaxy S III comes with 4.8 inches Super AMOLED HD display with 720p HD resolution. So this is quite bigger in size and just 1 inches bigger than Galaxy Nexus smartphone. We know that Super AMOLED is the best display screen size manufactured by Samsung itself. We feel that Super AMOLED display gives out better resolution but then Arc S by Sony.
Samsung Galaxy S III comes with 1.4 GHz quad core Samsung Exynos processor, officially become the first device with Exynos quad core processor and second only device launched with quad core after HTC One X.
Arc S being the device of the last year stick with 1.4 Ghz Scorpion processor with Qualcomm MSM8255T Snapdragon processor along with 512 MB RAM. Naturally quad core phones are far better than dual core and S III being the device of present generation wins here.
Samsung Galaxy S III comes with 8 mega pixel camera on the rear side and includes 1.9 mega pixel camera on the front side which can be used for video chat and video calls. This comes with various additions like continuous burst shoot and lot more features.
Arc S by Sony Ericsson has 8 mega pixel camera with 3264 x 2448 pixel resolution along with auto focus and LED flash and doesn’t include front facing camera. The features like Video calling, touch focus, geo-tagging, face and smile detection, 3D sweep panorama, image stabilization, continuous auto focus and video stabilizer are common in both the devices.
Samsung Galaxy S III comes with pre-installed Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich from the package and its obvious enough that HTC Sensation XL was launched in October 2011 we might not expected Android 4.0 coming pre-installed.
Sony Ericsson Arc S comes with Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS, planned for Android 4.0 upgrade but it hasn’t been received yet and what we think is that Galaxy S III is quite better here with pre-installed Ice Cream Sandwich.
Samsung Galaxy S III comes with larger 2100 mAh battery which can relatively provider better battery backup and battery life. Arc S comes with standard 1500 mAh Lithium Polymer battery which provides 7.5 hours of talk time during 2G mode and 7.5 hours during the 3G mode as well. It provides a music playback of 37 hours and standby time of 460 hours as well.
Through various comparison of battery, camera, processor and operating system, its Samsung Galaxy S III clearly wins when compared to Arc S smartphone.
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