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Philippine Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc gets Official Price

We’ve got great news for you guys out there looking forward to the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc.

We now have its official suggested retail price. And contrary to what we’ve heard and what’s floating around on the net (yes, Howard, you know who I’m talking about), it’s actually not that expensive, especially given its impressive specs.

So, how much will it cost? SRP is just Php29,990.00. That’s a couple thousand above my early prediction, but way lower than what we were originally told and were expecting. Heck, it’s even more affordable than Nokia’s newest offering, the Nokia E7, which is a far cry from what this bad boy has to offer.

For those who’ve been out of the loop lately, the Xperia Arc is one of two new Sony Ericsson Android phones set to debut in the Philippines next month. This svelte beauty packs a Bravia-powered 4.2-inch Reality Display, 8.1-megapixel camera complete with Sony’s award-winning Exmor R mobile sensor, DLNA support, and it runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread.

With its SRP on hand, all we’re waiting for now is its launch date. Excited? I know I am.

PS: I think you can still pre-order the Xperia Arc from Sony Ericsson concept stores. Don’t quote me on this one as I’m not sure, but hey, it wouldn’t hurt if you give them a call, or better yet drop by if you’re really serious about pre-ordering one.

Allan David

Allan David

Online, Allan’s got you covered as far as news (and some reviews every now and then) goes. Offline, you’ll see him either sweating it out in the badminton courts or dining out in one of the new restos around town. His favorite noodles: cold soba.

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    • dhoy005|

      320MB internal storage -_-

    • Allan David|

      But it comes with an 8GB microSD card, so that’s not really an issue (for me, at least) especially since now you can save apps to the memory card


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