Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc Headed for Optus and Vodafone This April in Australia

The Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc will soon be launched in Australia according to new reports. ¬†Both Vodafone and Optus will carry the device starting in April. There’s no word on how much either of these will cost, unfortunately, but it’s not a bad phone to keep an eye on if you need a new one. It launches with Android 2.3, Sony Ericsson’s custom skin on top, has a 4.3 inch display with Sony’s bravia engine, a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, and a lot more. Take a look at our hands-on preview with it from CES. [via Unwired View]

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  • Richard Yarrell

    No thanks

  • Bob

    Why do people use apps like this?

  • Captivate 3.0

    A year behind sony. caught up please!

  • Jonathan_au

    Richard, you can talk when the evo runs on gsm. Til then, lol cdma. (regards, australia)

    Too bad there’s no telstra (no 850 yet I guess). And releasing on vodafone with that network’s current reputation?

  • xzillerationer

    We need more Google Experience phones

  • nicolek9

    oh yeah!!!! I want one big time.

  • tim

    no point, they will only stop supporting it in 8 months time like they did with the x10. then it will be onto the next phone. sorry se, you wont get me again – especially when the arc software is 80% running on the x10 now anyway thanks to the xda devs!