Xperia arc sized up against the Xperia Neo in pictures

by XB on 1st February 2011

in Xperia arc, Xperia Neo


Xperia arc versus Xperia NeoThe crew over at Mobile-Review are lucky enough to have both the Xperia arc and Xperia Neo (codename MT15i/Hallon) prototypes in their possession. The Xperia Neo is expected to be formally announced at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on 13 February, however much of the specs have already leaked.

Mobile-Review shot a number of photos comparing both handsets side-by-side. This comparison is interesting for a number of reasons including the fact that they will largely be carrying the same hardware (excluding the screen size differences). They are both believed to use the same 8.1MP Exmor R camera sensor and will both utilise the Bravia Engine technology for their displays. To our eyes, the Xperia arc screen looks sharper with greater contrast. However, the Xperia Neo comes up with a better benchmark score in Neocore along with a front-facing camera. Decisions, decisions. Looks like price will be a big factor in deciding between the two. In the meantime check out the photos below.

Xperia arc versus Xperia Neo

Xperia arc versus Xperia Neo

Xperia arc versus Xperia Neo

Xperia arc versus Xperia Neo

Xperia arc versus Xperia Neo

Xperia arc versus Xperia Neo

Xperia arc versus Xperia Neo

Xperia arc versus Xperia Neo

Xperia arc versus Xperia Neo

Xperia arc versus Xperia Neo

Xperia arc versus Xperia Neo

Xperia arc versus Xperia Neo

Xperia arc versus Xperia Neo

Via Mobile-Review.

  • me

    1st

  • my money for neo.
    coz:
    front camera
    easily holdable in hand (whats with that funny dimension of arc)
    camera at center

    lets wait for the review :)

  • Lariv

    I would rather have the Neo, the Arc seems a bit outdated compared to the Motorola Atrix and others.

  • I doubt that the name will be the Xperia Neo. Domain names for the Arc and Play has long bought, but the “xperia-neo” free in all domain areas

  • I think neo is more better to have a front camera… So it can more useble to have android 2.3

  • Celt67 Rt

    Neither device will tempt the £ from my pocket till SE give their existing xperia customers at least a token goodwill gesture and provide x10 with a 2.2 update for flash support / apps to sd the very least a £500 device deserves .This isnt something SE can just brush under the carpet and hope it goes away. People paid a lot of money for their x10 and I bet u at least 90% of buyers expected android os support to go as far as 2.2 especially when u looked at the support other manufacturers were providing for devices in the same price bracket and even some “”cheaper and lower end models “” The x10 was the most expensive in its class so to drop it befofe theyve even supported it as far as to provide flash player support is not good enough. 9 million devices sold and I guarantee at least 90 ,95% of those will actively boycott se phones in future.I don’t know how se can’t see that alienating the existing x10 customer base this way will come back to bite them big style Dropped before 2.2 a decision that unless reversed will have a huge effect on future xperia sales figures and not only phones .9 million disgruntled x10 buyers so who do they think will buy the ” arc “? I think theyre seriously misguided and if they don’t have a rethink just watch their android smartphone sales figures plummet yours skint x10 buyer etc…..

  • I agree

  • John

    What a joke!
    The X10 is dead after this update. It should be. Who expects a phone to last more than a year?
    Get over yourselfe!

  • Anonymous

    Seriously, Get a grip! Your phone works and does the same exact things when you first got it, doesn’t it? So why the hell are you complaining? There are tons of other manufacturers out there who hasn’t even updated their phones. SE did a good job and implemented a reasonable amount of updates if you ask me.

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