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Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2 preview: First look

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Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2 preview: First look - read the full textThe Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2 has been in the center of attention ever since its first unofficial shots leaked online. Much like most other gadgeteers, we've had our hands itching to get one and luckily our...

 

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> In reply to richee @ 2009-09-10 13:57 from TL56 - click to readSorry couldn't agree with you. In a recent article about display comparison we have seen how OLED performs indoor, at night and under direct sunlight. AMOLED has no match in indoor or at dark. Yes under direct sunlight it didn't perform well like iPhone but NOT WORST as you are saying. For instance symbian OmniaHD or Andriod Galaxy performed better than their winmo counterpart. So I assume OS has to do with display as well. One issue with AMOLED is that it doesn't work with light reflective layer which could improve it's sunlight legibility like LCD displays. Development is going on in this regard. So it will be wrong to outright say it's not perfect for mobile display. It is best as of now. Otherwise, over at Samsung they won't be predicting AMOLED to capture 50% of all mobile display in coming days.

http://www.gsmarena.com/the_fi...ews-1074.php

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  • 2009-09-10 14:28
  • vwdn

AMOLED is best in dark condition but under direct sunlight it is the worst that is why it not perfect for mobile display

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  • 2009-09-10 13:57
  • TL56

It is suprising that SE has neglected further development of its excellent java os, and chosen this operating system in urgent need of transformation for its flagship device. Given the rapid changing nature of the smart phone market and the ever increasing ease of interoperability such as other operating systems being able to handle MSoffice files and vice versa desktop windows being able to handle content produced by various mobile operating systems, unless windows mobile changes to become an efficient os geared for mobile devices its future is uncertain. Indeed in the medium term microsoft may decide to abandon it and concentrate on desktop pc os windows where it is strongest. This device could well be SE's last windows mobile device as Android and Symbian will prove far more lucrative for the company.

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  • 2009-09-10 11:07
  • mEke

i bet the n900. omnia II and Pro and the yet to be announced or even thourght of N99 will hits the shelves before this donkey. lol SE why are you still in business?

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  • 2009-09-10 00:13
  • SgvY

Hope Sony learned from the X1 i.e. when it was announced it was cutting edge when it hit the shelves it had been surpassed by everyone including Motarola.
P.s you should see all the N97 owners faces in my office when they see my omnia hd olem screen especialy when it playing avi straight from the internet. olem rocks end of.lol

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  • 2009-09-10 00:08
  • SgvY

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2009-09-09 18:41 from ps4f - click to readAt this time, it is better to launch the phone when WM 6.5 is supposed to be released (i.e. next month).

Given that Microsoft is also supposed to launch Windows 7 O.S. next month, I personally think that it is wiser to upgrade a PC rather than a multimedia phone (i.e. if you already have a WM phone).

I guess waiting for Omnia "III" with a higher 8MP camera or an "X3" with a faster processor is definitely a smart decision for 2009.

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  • 2009-09-09 22:00
  • kMhS

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2009-09-09 13:09 from i2I5 - click to readA wish doesn't necessarily means that you need it.

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  • 2009-09-09 21:51
  • kMhS

I wish SE would release something on time. This "we have this great phone, but it will only be available in a few months time", is becoming tiring. Either you have the damn thing ready to be lauched or shut up. Then they wonder why they are loosing money...

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  • 2009-09-09 18:41
  • ps4f

> In reply to bummy @ 2009-09-09 06:50 from 9xEg - click to readI wish mine had an OLED screen.

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  • 2009-09-09 13:09
  • i2I5

AMOLED screens in 2009-2010 is more of a gimmick then a deal-breaker. Come-on.... when was the last time you used your current phone and thought to yourse'f, "UGH! I wish I had an AMOLED Screen!"

Probably... never.

Something to brag about... nothing extraordinary.

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  • 2009-09-09 06:50
  • 9xEg

I love the fact that the text message string is between Dexter and DeeDee from Dexter's Laboratory

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  • 2009-09-09 01:56
  • iRHv

Cant wait for video sample..

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  • 2009-09-08 21:59
  • 39ky

Same problem with X1.... Too late.. By the time this hits the shelves, everyone else will be announcing their successors to their QWERTY offerings... If no QWERTY offerings, then 3.5"+ screen devices. For a high end device, 3.2" just doesn't cut it anymore.

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  • 2009-09-08 15:46
  • tVmn

I don't care much about the AMOLED screen as long as there is a faster CPU than the X1.

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  • 2009-09-08 15:23
  • kM26

> In reply to [deleted post]I agree :-D

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  • 2009-09-08 14:38
  • MqAL

This device should be high tech but it's NOT!
Samsung AMOLED screens are superior than this old tech crap.

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  • 2009-09-08 10:02
  • m}UZ

> In reply to anonymous @ 2009-09-08 03:37 from PUj@ - click to readHahaha that was the laughter of the day! Would you mind reading some news before making yourself sound so dumb please.
It is actually Sony who is using Samsung manufactured LCD panels. Now sony is talking to LG for cheaper supply of panels. LOL! I had my laugh of the day! Thanks.

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  • 2009-09-08 07:57
  • vwdn

> In reply to anonymous @ 2009-09-08 03:37 from PUj@ - click to readhow do you know?

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  • 2009-09-08 05:54
  • PxGx

> In reply to Kal @ 2009-09-07 08:15 from vwdn - click to readsamsung and sony had always been using panels provided by sony. like for instance, all samsung tv are using sony's panel.

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  • 2009-09-08 03:37
  • PUj@

> In reply to kevin ultra @ 2009-09-07 19:03 from nGGV - click to readThats strange, can only imagine you use your phone a lot. I consider myself a moderate user and get at least a day out of my battery. That involves some wifi, surfing, fair amount of texting, several phone calls. I don't tend to use bluetooth often so perhaps that is where the drain is for you.

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  • 2009-09-07 21:04
  • 0yad

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