The arc is a slice of pure bliss ca from a heady amalgamation of and metal. It feels like a phone of its price point. Sporting what they call a 'Reality Di the screen on the arc isn't as good as i~ AMOLED counterparts but good enou clear enough in direct sunlight or othe Where it really shines is during video pi and viewing photos, whichis a result of proprietary ll.1%t!1t1t.iIlltech, bringi clarity and details to pictures that other screens can just dream of.
It's not without its issues though.S realise that the forward and back butto reversed; then you figure out that the re is placed too high, a problem if you're the sort who likes to cradle the phone betw your ear and shoulder. Putting the arc in pocket becomes a bit of a hindranceas audio jack is situated on the side, not on top or bottom of the phone, making itat uncomfortable to use. Before you mana to put it your pocket however, you will also become aware that it's not exactly theea phone to grip.
However these do not take away from the fact that it's a very stable phone barn Sony's Timescape interface that puts all texts, calls and social networking bingesin easy to read hub. With four e-mail accounts and Twitter syncing every 2 hours, we got throughad before needing a recharge. Mad props to the camera, which does a killer job of taki photos with utmost clarity while the video recording does more than enough. To sum it up, the arc is quite the looker has the specs to match. Well worth it if you want something a little more than Google', own flagship offering.