does this handset have vidio calling since theres not second camerra ? any one please
Phoenix, 13 Oct 2010thanks mate, it's time to make that blog i guess! hihihi ;)Ok, we'll start from the front page
- It will begun with preface and acknowledgments such as: we dedicate this blog to.. blah blah blah...who always.. yadda yadda..and so on and so on etc etc..., without your presence and your inspiring advices we still gonna make this blog!
- Getting started: "why we don't have SE X10? " (then we can write dozen of excuses to explain)
....hmm... looks like the blog will be 1 page only...
Phoenix, 13 Oct 2010lol you're one of a kind :D i dont know about it either :):) or further informations regarding DLNA, its certified devices and products etc, visit: www.dlna.org
Phoenix, 13 Oct 2010isn't it bcoz x10 gonna get it after uxp update and the update is not out yet?I'm not sure in which part that makes gsmarena.com posted different information with sonyericsson.com, but the what the most surprising me is Satio also doesn't have DLNA certification! (err.. am I supposed to be surprised because of that..?)
[deleted post]also i told another guy not to go for X10 bcoz he wants a camera with phone, i told him to go for N8, why you didnt see that one?!! you're just trying to take me down, that's the reason. i'm doing my best to be fair and honest, everyone knows me here, i'm not here to fool people or sell X10, and you know it too, you just dont want to admit it. anyway...thanks for talking nicely.
Roar..., 13 Oct 2010I found this to make it simpler. From one reviewer of X10. DLNA means Digital Living Network A... moreAccording to Sony Ericsson official website, their DLNA certified mobile products are including:
- U10i Aino
- J10i2 Elm
- J20i Hazel
- U5i Vivaz
- U8i Vivaz pro
Roar..., 13 Oct 2010I found this to make it simpler. From one reviewer of X10. DLNA means Digital Living Network A... moreThanks a lot mate, so does it work with 1.6 too? you can use tv out feature via dlna right now?
Phoenix, 13 Oct 2010first you need to answer me about what i asked you about DLNA mate, and second i wont report p... moreI found this to make it simpler. From one reviewer of X10. DLNA means Digital Living Network Alliance...
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* GPRS: Class 10 (4+3/3+2 slots) 32-48 kbps
* EDGE: Class 10, 236.8 kbps
* 3G: HSDPA, 7.2 Mbps; HSUPA, 2 Mbps
* WLAN: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g, DLNA
* Bluetooth: v 2.1 with A2DP
* USB: v 2.0 micro USB
Everything data wise with the X10 is pretty standard except for the inclusion of DLNA. It allows you to share information between your VAIO laptop, Xperia phone, Cybershot camera, Bravia TV, PlayStation, and PSP. If you are a Sony fanatic like I am, it is a great feature and makes your house seem like it’s from the future! Integrating this into your phone is a huge plus for Sony households like mine...
Anonymous, 13 Oct 2010I am looking for a camera with a phone not really a phone with a camera, is this the phone for... moreconsidering that this phone has no flash i think it's not a good choice for you, nor desire and wildfire, you might wanna check Nokia N8, i think it's the best choice for you.
I am looking for a camera with a phone not really a phone with a camera, is this the phone for me? The other phones I am considering are the htc desire and htc wildfire........
[deleted post]first you need to answer me about what i asked you about DLNA mate, and second i wont report posts without a reason, you didn't listen to me when i asked you not to reply them, and for that i have to fix it now, please leave it to me and relax. so are you able to use DLNA for TV out? and how? :)
[deleted post]And try not to get PROVOKED ;)
i know it's hard for you to controll it, but i'm asking you to do it, you canstart with ignoring people, that makes it easier. i really like to know you better but not here, i think you have my email address, i'd be happy to recieve mail from you, it's your choice anyway. and thank you for your understanding :)
Mr Giggles, 13 Oct 2010Thanks for your quick reply :) and the follwing info you gave(answered most of my questions) I... morei dont know much about HD2, but about desire, it's really great except the camera, it has more features than X10 but even after updating to 2.2 it's camera is not so good, both have good design and UI (but in my opinion X10 has better design and UI)
so if you are looking for more features like MT and other stuff that desire has it and the camera quality is not that important to you, you can go for desire, otherwise X10 is really a good choice, anything else? :)
Thanks for your quick reply :) and the follwing info you gave(answered most of my questions) I have been a smartphone user for sometime (Imate,HTC) and was looking at getting the HTC desire or the HTC HD2 and was thinking of buying one BUT saw the X10 and liked it:)but not sure if its the right way to go, and reading/trolling the forums Im more confused...In your opinion how does this phone stack up against those (I relize X10 is yet to get 2.1 and understand performance maybe down a lil with current OS)also Im NOT interested in Iphoney or galaxy (which looks like a Iphoney4 on Android)
[deleted post]A quick look at the Xperia X10, it's not my review, it's what I learned from net and owners reviews, hope it helps:
--The first thing that catches our eyes is the nice and sleek design.
--And the huge shiny scratch resistant screen! TFT capacitive touch screen at 4 inches - 854×480 pixels. Shows 65k color, we were told that it'll show 16m color after OS update because the hardware is capable of showing 16M colors and for now it’s limited by android 1.6 but it’s not clear yet (Not to mention that even with 65k colors the screen looks really good)
--Then the unique and beautiful UI! The Mediascape and Timescape (performance has got better after the latest firmware update)
--An excellent 8MP camera that is FULL featured, autofocus, LED, touch focus, image stabilization, geo-tagging, face and smile detection (it can recognize up to 5 face to save their picture between previous taken pictures from those people or under their contacts), with WVGA at 30fps video recording, and after OS update it'll be an HD recorder with continuously auto focus feature!
--3.5mm audio jack & micro USB port and 8GB memory card included, officially supports 16GB but 32GB memory has been successfully tested on it!
--384mb of RAM and the 1 GHz Snapdragon processor.
--Android 1.6!! but it's still great because of the SE custom UI (for example it can transfer files via Bluetooth unlike so many phones with 1.6!) and it'll get android 2.1 (hopefully at the end of October) plus with UXP upgrade in Q4 2010.
--And the build quality is excellent! It really feels great and comfortable in hand.
AND, of course no phone is perfect and this phone has some lacks too:
--No front camera (like some other devices with android 1.5 or 1.6) but video calling is possible by using Fring by using the main camera (it’s not cool at all IMO)
--No multi touch (SE is working for an alternative and we know that it has “1 finger zoom” feature)
--No build in radio(on the other hand it has MW600 with radio and brilliant audio quality and you can enjoy listening to music or radio, 10 meters away from your X10)
--No DivX and XviD video playback (you can download RockPlayer or YXPlayer to solve this problem)
--Average loudness for loudspeaker (but the audio quality is excellent)
--Earpiece seems to be a little weak
--No flash confirmed for camera yet, just a photo light
--No flash support for web browser yet
Main improvements after the OS update (as far as we know):
--30% increase in battery life: Due to Android 2.1 as well as better OS task management.
--Each home screen will now display 20 app icons instead of 16. There will be 5 home screens overall instead of 3.
--Improvement in the dialer: Applies to application of text messages and e-mail that will help to simplify and streamline operations.
--New lock screen displays battery level.
--New start-up wizard: Helps configure the Xperia X10 easily when first setting up. This includes steps to import contacts, setting up Wi-Fi and Gmail account as well as synchronizing with Google sync.
--Single inbox for multiple emails (Gmail and other).
--Live wallpapers: Sony Ericsson will offer a selection of 11 live wallpapers to choose from.
--Ability to import contacts from Face book and Twitter: Profile pictures will be imported too.
--720p HD video recording with autofocus.
--HTML 5 support and Bluetooth 2.1.
For more information refer to “Ravzzy (dot) BlogSpot (dot) com”
So…it’s not the best in term of Specifications, but in many people’s opinion it’s the best designed Android out there with a unique and lovely UI so people still love it :)
[deleted post]Ohhh....You only remember what you want to remember! I admit i used some ugly words back then but first i tryed reasoning with her and instead received only disrespectfull answers! Then i lost it.... I admit that partially is my fault and regret what happend then but don't blaim me for the mistakes of others! I reached here a point where i felt that enought is enought...i don't want to argue enymore..hope i won't have to...