Anonymous, 27 Apr 2009Se can not develop anything - too week for even to manufacture a smartphone.
&... moreman.. dont talk about market or whatver shyt u want to add to ur defence.. just talk about the fone...
and keep arguing.. ::::::)))
Anonymous, 27 Apr 2009Se can not develop anything - too week for even to manufacture a smartphone. QUOTE!!!! &... morehahaha keep talking everybody know that se externalise the production adding their technologies to it :)
Se can not develop anything - too week for even to manufacture a smartphone.
˝ Sagem will license certain hardware and software technologies related to mobile phone platforms to Sony Ericsson while an Original Developer Manufacturer agreement will see Sagem Communication provide Sony Ericsson with a number of Sony Ericsson branded mobile phones. ˝
SE needs help from SAGEM !!!! :))))
You can not handle the truth? :))))
˝The company plans cutting down approximately €400 million (approximately $516 million USD) in expenses, which will also result in cutting 2,000 people from their jobs.˝
Still argue about OLED???? :))))
Idou does NOT have OLED screen!!!! :)))
OLED was not developed by Sony or SE!!!!!
So it is really nothing to do with Idou or SE!!!!
But keep on going!
hey, 27 Apr 2009OK let's talk about the phone..
-Camera : 12megapixel with xenon and CPU capable of recordi... moreOLED is far bette than TFT, dream on.. lol..
"CPU capable of recording at 480p"
lol is that ARM11?
hey, 27 Apr 2009OK let's talk about the phone..
-Camera : 12megapixel with xenon and CPU capable of recordi... moreIt's TFT not OLED. That's quite a big difference. And what did you say about its camera being the "best" in the market?
No offense but you have to wait "TILL THEN" for everything, not just battery.
OK let's talk about the phone..
-Camera : 12megapixel with xenon and CPU capable of recording at 480p (vga is from factory but don't forget it is has symbian operating system) is the best on the market
-Screen : touchscreen wide 3.5 oled 16 million colors 360*640 is best for multimedia use and wide screen makes the phone look slick ;)
-Lack of 3.5 jack .... well com'on people... you call it a disadvantage?? get one of these...
or use the bluetooth handsfree included....
-Battery.... well we don't now talk/stand by times.... so wait until then (end of May)
You may be surprised with a better battery included ;)
size: smaller from iphone and omnia hd... so nothink else to say...
Please do not quarrel here. We cannot make any statements regarding this phone quality as it has not been announced yet. All we can do is wait and pray that it will not let us down like all the previous phones. The only good phones that SE had ever produced were W980 and K750. The others are frantically useless especially the C-series. I mean, come on man, what phone carrying the "Cyber-Shot" name produces such HORRIBLE pictures.
In a nutshell, this is the last standing point for SE. IF this phone fails to meet the expectations of the SE fans, then I daresay SE is as good as a goner. No offence but this is the reality we are facing now.
the n97, the pre, the iphone, the omnia hd, the i7500,the omnia with keybord version, the touch pro, the magic, the diamond 2, and the viewty smart are all comingf this summer !!
What the hell is sony ericsson waiting for launching smartphone the w995 won't be any competition and the 28 may anounce have to bring at least one smartphones to compete or else sony ericsson overseas is dead. :(
5800 user, 27 Apr 2009go see the sony ericsson s001, which is only sold in japan, it has a 3.3" 854x480 OLED screen.Yes I'm aware of that. What's that supposed to mean anyway?!!
kal, 27 Apr 2009Please correct yourself before posting again and again... ----"sony invented the oled,but s... moreGo to SONY website and check its R AND D record girl.they even have a plastic flexible one to show off wit!
kal, 27 Apr 2009Please correct yourself before posting again and again... ----"sony invented the oled,but s... morego see the sony ericsson s001, which is only sold in japan, it has a 3.3" 854x480 OLED screen.
the phone is fantastic.. though it doesn't match up with samsungs Omnia HD.
Anonymous, 27 Apr 2009Afaik..sony invented the oled,but samsung,lg,sharp buy the patent n developt the oled panels..... morePlease correct yourself before posting again and again...
----"sony invented the oled,but samsung,lg,sharp buy the patent n developt the oled panels"---- Do you have any source claiming it? As far my knowledge goes it was developed long back and NOT by Sony.
--"unfortunately,people prefer to buy lcd tv and electronics devices use oled,they leave plasma,,it's sony mistake"---- It's NOT UNFORTUNATE that people prefer to buy LCD or OLED. LCD has advantages over Plasma. Plasma consumes more energy, it has limited lifespan, it reflects more ambient light and it is thicker than LCD. All these SONY failed to foresee. When they realized the potential of LCD they asked for Samsung's help. Now OLED has more advantages over LCD. It doesn't require backlight..it's thin, it consumes less energy, it has greater range of colors, brightness, contrast and viewing angle and it has faster response time. That's why the future is OLED. If sony was first to come up with OLED who is stopping them to develop more. Why samsung Sdi is the only OLED supplier!!!!
In 2004 Sony released the Sony CLIÉ PEG-VZ90, the first commercial device to feature an OLED screen.
In 2006 Sony introduced the MZ-RH1 Portable Minidisc Recorder, which has an OLED screen.
At the Las Vegas CES 2007, Sony showcased 11-inch (28 cm, resolution 960×540) and 27-inch (68.5 cm, full HD resolution at 1920×1080) models claiming million-to-one contrast ratio and total thickness (including bezels) of 5 mm. Sony released a commercial version of this television in Japan in December, 2007.
Sony plans to begin manufacturing 1000 11-inch OLED TVs per month for market testing purposes. Sony has begun selling an 11-inch OLED Digital TV (XEL-1) for $2499.99 CAD
On May 25, 2007, Sony publicly unveiled a video of a 2.5-inch flexible OLED screen which is only 0.3 millimeters thick. The screen displayed images of a bicycle stunt and a picturesque lake while the screen was flexed. On October 1 2007, Sony announced it will sell 11-Inch OLED TVs for 200,000 yen (1,962.51 USD as of 4/1/08) from December 2007, only in Japan and with an initial production of 2000 units per month.
At the CES 2008, Sony showcased the Walkman® X series with 3” OLED touchscreen.
On April 16, 2008, at "Display 2008", Sony showed a 0.2 mm (0.0079 inch) thick 3.5 inch display with a resolution of 320x200 pixels and a 0.3 mm thick 11 inch display with 960x540 pixels resolution. That's one-tenth the thickness of the XEL-1 (which is also 11 inch and the same resolution).
On October 4, 2008, Sony has published results of research it carried out with the Max Planck Institute over the possibility of mass-market bending displays, which could replace rigid LCDs and plasma screens. Eventually, bendable, transparent OLED screens could be stacked to produce 3D images and their outstanding characteristics means that their contrast ratio and viewing angles are far, far better than existing products .
Anonymous, 27 Apr 2009you can repeat the same junk (incorrect) info again and agai,n but
it was NOT Sony who develo... moreI don't know what's your problem with but it seems like they harldy fuck coming every to being insult woao you realy have no life i though you have no fun with your arena and you are still waiting for your hd :)
My contract end in october then i will take the this phone and if se fail i will buy the tg1 not a korean copy :)