I am planning to buy a new mobile.. I am three in my list 1. Xperia neo 2. Xperia Ray and 3. Xperia Mini pro..
I got Neo V its a good phone, only lacking is 3G video call which is not possible, you can have a gtalk video call but not the 3G one, overall experience is good compare to prize and fuctions.
this is much better than any other comopany mobile handset.
i also prefer to my friends to come in sony handsets than other ones.
I heard that "no proxy settings for wifi so we can't use wifi in a corporate environment". Is that true? Please reply.
Does it support DivX/Xvid format? Please do a reply..
Xperia Neo has an Exmor R sensor. Does Neo V is having the same sensor? It was not explicitly mentioned anywhere (even in sonyericsson site also) that this mobile is having Exmor R sensor.
my review of sony ericsson neo v white.
design - good size to hold in one hand, easy on the fingers. light weight. looks sterdy. the chrome plates on left side which doesnt have any buttons doesnt seem to be fitted with perfection. but its non issue. the volume button, power button and camera button all on right side are easy to access as well. all in all its a clean looking phone.
display - nice smooth touch screen. display can not compete with amoled screens. but its more than sufficient. the light sensor which manages the brightness of the display is kind of weird. it only comes into play when the brightness is at its lowest and the fluctuation of the brightness is hardly noticeable. its pretty inconsistent too. at times the light sensor goes crazy, keeps fluctuating non stop creating a disturbance in the viewing experience. but when the brightness is increased , this problem of inconsistent fluctuation doesn't happen coz the light senor doesn't work then.
the user interface of sony ericsson as always is fluid and pleasing to play around with.
camera - very good 5 mp camera. takes great shots in low light as well, low on noise levels. the camera automatically saves pictures on sdcard.
loudspeaker - again fantastic sound output from the loudspeaker. clear and loud enough.
the network coverage is good. ear piece gives crisp and clean sound output while calling.
no 3g video calling , but video chat through skype or gtalk can be done.
Anand, 27 Oct 2011@Fareth, You can go for either one of Samsung Ace or Neo V, both are very good phones packed ... moreThanks for the informative reply. So i've been hearing we could not make video call using Neo V, is it true?
Hi proud Neo V owners... had a couple of questions:
1. How long does it take to startup?
2. Which format are the 720p videos taken with the camera saved in? MP4, 3gp or something else?
3. Under heavy use can the battery last atleast a day?
4. Have heard a lot about reboot problems appearing after couple of weeks use. Is anybody facing these?
5. Is the Timescape UI laggy? Is is better than Samsung's Touchwiz?
Thanks in anticipation...
does it have the exmor-r sensor like the other xperia phones or is some kind of downgraded camera sensor used in it?
Pappu, 28 Oct 2011Xperia neo v is much Better than Galaxy S....... because I used both Phones.......
Can you l let me know how is T9 trace functionality ?Is this exactly like Swype?
Do you guys know whether this phone has come out in the color white yet in US or Ca and the websites to purchase this in white (not ebay)? I searched but without any luck :( thank! Really want to get this
fareth, 27 Oct 2011Which phone is good between Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830 OR Sony Ericsson Xperia neo V?
Plannin... moreXperia neo v is much Better than Galaxy S....... because I used both Phones.......
as per my opinion i used both xperia neo v and mini Neo V is much Better than Mini because of its Digital Screen Clarity..........
between xperia neo and neo v, which one should i buy? Plz help me. Thz in advance.
Anonymous, 27 Oct 2011The Ray's picture outcome seems richer in colour. I have not really compared them. I only use ... morei agree when taken a Nightshot with flash one can observe quite a bit of noise in the image. If its a macro shot i didnt find any issue.