Two of the most sought after phones set to debut in 2011 are the Motorola Atrix and the Sony Xperia Arc. We have put together a nice comparison to help you choose for yourself. Read on for more.
Display – Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc vs. Motorola Atrix
Size and Weight – Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc vs. Motorola Atrix
Camera – Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc vs. Motorola Atrix
Connectivity – Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc vs. Motorola Atrix
Performance – Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc vs. Motorola Atrix
Storage – Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc vs. Motorola Atrix
Battery Life – Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc vs. Motorola Atrix
Conclusion – Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc vs. Motorola Atrix
While there is no clear winner in this Android Phone standoff, the Atrix does have the edge for a variety of reasons. With its extremely high resolution qHD display, its dual core 1Ghz Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, and the ability to connect to smartdocks and essentially be a mobile powerhouse, it pulls well ahead of the Sony Xperia Arc. That being said, for those that value aesthetics and style, the Xperia Arc is quite tempting. It uniquely packs some serious power, with an excellent camera and a slightly bigger screen (albeit with lower resolution) into a smaller, tighter package. For that matter as well, the Xperia Arc is set to launch with Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
Which one would you like to be holding right now?
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I’m confused that this sony phone would be compared to the Atrix. They aren’t even in the same class. By the way, if you care going to compare phones, it would be good to also compare the Android O.S. update delivery history of the phone manufacturer and carrier also. Sony in particular has a bad history in this area.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc also features ANT+ capabilities for low-power wireless sensor monitoring in sports, wellness and home health.
Does the Xperia Arc have the docking options of the Atrix?
Can you set the specs out the same? Comparison is not as easy as it could be. Also, Atrix has HDMI which is not noted above.
the arc also has HDMI and take it from me have had both these phones in my hands for 2 weeks I believe the arc screen is clearer and the phone is generally more responsive after playing with both these phones intensely for two weeks the winner for me is the ARC and that’s the one I kept and have no regrets its an awesome phone
I started with the Atrix then got the Arc. The 512mb internal storage became a major pain as I quickly ran out of space. Yes you can put in a 32gb sd card but for some apps, text messages, emails, etc. you can only store them on the internal storage. Went back to the Atrix. If you don’t have a lot of texts, emails, etc. then the Arc could be excellent. I liked the camera very much. Great pic and snappy overall response with the Arc.