Three will be ranging the Sony Ericsson Arc from April. At just 8.7mm thin, it’s one of the slimmest mobile phones on the market, but the Arc’s petite frame masks a big technology offering. The Reality Display with Mobile BRAVIA engine supports the 4.2” touchscreen for clearer and crisper pictures, while Google’s Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) is at its heart.
Sylvia Chind Head of Branded Devices said, “The Sony Ericsson Arc is a great addition to Three’s range of smartphones. The HD Video recording capability is particularly impressive with its Exmor R™ sensor and other multimedia features - such as a face detection feature - allowing you to take, watch and share high quality movies. And our award winning 3G network will ensure Three customers enjoy the mobile internet experience at its best."
- 8.7mm thick
- 4.2” capacitive touch screen with Reality Display and Mobile BRAVIA engine
- Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)
- 8.1mp camera
- HD Video Recording (720p/30fps) with Face Tracking
- HDMI Connectivity
- 1GHz processor
Three is rated as the best network for speed, overall quality, ease of use and customer satisfaction by UK Smartphone customers (YouGov), something which Sony Ericsson Arc users will enjoy.
Information on pricing and availability will be announced soon. In the mean time, why not take a peek at Three’s blog for a sneak preview or the coming soon page for more information.
Three is a communications company. We are focused on challenging the industry to make mobile better for everyone.
We want to give customers a quality mobile experience and address the industry issues that frustrate them.
We were the first UK network to introduce all-you-can-eat data and offer 4G at no extra cost. We let customers roam abroad with their domestic bundle for no extra charge and do not charge for calling 0800 numbers.
We continue to look at ways of improving the experience we offer our customers.
Three carries over 45% of the UK’s mobile data. Our 3G network covers 98% of the UK population.
We launched 4G in 2014 and plan to have 50 cities and 200 towns covered by 4G by December 2014. By the end of 2015 98% of the population will be able to access 4G through a combination of new sites and deploying new spectrum.
Three is a member of the HWL group of companies, with investments in mobile operations in Australia, Austria, Denmark, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Macau, Sri Lanka, Sweden and Vietnam.
Three employs over 4,400 people across its offices in Maidenhead, Glasgow and Reading and its 345 retail stores.
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