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Here's the real Sony Ericsson Nozomi again, this time with benchmarks

06 January, 2012 | Read the news | Post your comment
Here's the real Sony Ericsson Nozomi again, this time with benchmarks - read the full textThe Sony Ericsson Nozomi (or Arc HD if you will) is certainly not enjoying anonymity. The smartphone leaked so many times that we are afraid its manufacturer will have little news for us at the announcement event, which is scheduled for next week. Today, we got another batch of live shots of the...


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I'm sure the battery will last only for a day with moderate to heavy use.

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  • 2012-01-07 11:28
  • ALLu

ok need to wait CES after that you can see clearly also compare it

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  • 2012-01-07 11:13
  • PS6j

> In reply to Yanish @ 2012-01-07 10:52 from NvgG - click to readQuadrants' last update is nearly a year ago.

As far as benchmarking tools go, its outdated and useless, and in this case failed to recognize the msm8660 as a dual core chipset.

Either that, or one of the cores was shutdown during this test, which makes it all the more impressive.

Its mostly people here who know nothing of tech and chipsets who just jump to conclusions and flame the unit to run just on a single core

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  • 2012-01-07 11:11
  • u{Ea

Front camera? SE should take the path of Samsung or HTC. Even Motorola is ketching-up with the big guys. A little change in design too.

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  • 2012-01-07 11:00
  • sp7@

My Next phone !!!

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  • 2012-01-07 10:58
  • 0FIG

if its chipset is MSM 8660 it should be a dual core.i think its a mistake as this chipset is made for dual core CPUs.

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  • 2012-01-07 10:52
  • NvgG

sony decide yourself with what CPU you gonna shit this thing??Is it a single core or dual core..Damn if it is a single core then i prefer my Arc S with a 1.4Ghz which run faster that some dual core.

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  • 2012-01-07 10:47
  • NvgG

Ugly and outdated.benchmark is joke. Galaxy note scores more than 4200.

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  • 2012-01-07 10:33
  • mWHb

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2012-01-06 22:30 from 3DK5 - click to readsince most of the users dont need or dont know how to use more than a single core cpu in a phone is not a fail. only the ones that aren't so bright choose a phone on the number or cores it's got in the cpu.very few ppl realy use the phones of today to their true potential. it looks to be a great phone, beautiful design, great camera we will wait and see the final product

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  • 2012-01-07 09:44
  • 3c41

> In reply to Nimpuz @ 2012-01-07 07:50 from wrbC - click to readTotally Agree with you and i think SE should focus on RAM capacity

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  • 2012-01-07 09:39
  • nTpT

Single Core OR Dual i like it thanks SE

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  • 2012-01-07 09:29
  • nTpT

It seems many people who post here doesn't know anything about system. Many people have been hypnotized with the marketing strategy from mobile phone vendor.

It's not just about the SPEC/HARDWARE that make system work. But it's the combination of both hardware and software. It's depend on how the software can get the best from the hardware and vice versa.

Just look what Nokia do with its N9. In term hardware, it's just 2 years old hardware, but what meego do? The phone work better than other phone in it's class in it's year (hardware year). Just read article about meego in this site.

Iphone, its smoothness is the best until today. With much lesser hardware than the other phone. Why they can do that? Because they can maximize the hardware potential with their software.

Sony, they can make 'unstable' android become more stable with lesser hardware. Just read the article about xperia phone in this site.

So? It's your choice. Become spec-wise consumer or become WISE consumer.

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  • 2012-01-07 09:21
  • Kx4T

> In reply to GoogleEarthMe @ 2012-01-06 18:24 from MVg6 - click to readtake note that this phone is made not to please YOU. Well maybe se can change the specs for you but that is, if you will buy more than a dozen of this. If not, then you don't care.

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  • 2012-01-07 09:16
  • t7$g

> In reply to Cowz @ 2012-01-06 19:21 from vxKC - click to readsad. maybe that vendor isn't updated. They should close soon.

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  • 2012-01-07 09:12
  • t7$g

> In reply to RamyRamz69 @ 2012-01-07 08:26 from Hxcg - click to readdefinitely. a quad-core??? yes, maybe one has a quad-core phone but the battery life is just so poor because of that processor. That is so shameful as he would be needing to charge his phone always. Then if that would be the case, he should be staying at home and do whatever tasks those are using a multi-core computer; or if he really insists to use that multi-core phone, then he should be playing with his phone but not going too far from the socket.

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  • 2012-01-07 09:09
  • t7$g

> In reply to Hugo @ 2012-01-06 22:57 from nNfh - click to readyes I agree, dual core is already speedy

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  • 2012-01-07 08:52
  • t7$g

> In reply to [deleted post]lolz u thnk sammy design is better then se.
I tnnk u have no sense about design

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  • 2012-01-07 08:44
  • 7jWN

Qualcomm MSM8660 1.5GHz dual-core

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  • 2012-01-07 08:33
  • dNvk

Seriously...Quad Core? My Dell Inspiron runs on Core2Duo 2.2 GHZ and can play World of Warcraft, when they release BattleField/Uncharted for Android tell me so I can think about buying a battery drainer quad core phone that will cost much more to play those 2 games which I bet would lagg and not be as good on a 4'5 inch screen.

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  • 2012-01-07 08:26
  • Hxcg

Dual core is more than enough for a phone, and quad core is totally exaggerating. I mean, what would you gonna use your phone at anyway? Playing skyrim?

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  • 2012-01-07 07:50
  • wrbC

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