Origami-Killer, 15 Jan 2012on sonyericsson.com - Middle East site it is written that internal storage is : 2GB and ther... more"Read before you post. Search before you post. Your question is probably already answered"
aominent, 10 Jan 2012No memory card slot... WTF !^ no MicroSD ... no big deal ... remember SE's announcement over the holidays with50GB DropBox cloud storage?!
"So, where ever you are in the world, if you have an Xperia smartphone – including and released after Xperia™ X10 – from now and until December 31st 2012, you will be able to get a massive 50GB of free cloud storage and sharing from Box. This means that as an Xperia user, you will be able to store, retrieve and edit files you upload to Box through your smartphone, which thanks to Box’s clever synchronisation service will be also available across any device you choose to access your Box account from."
on sonyericsson.com - Middle East site
it is written that internal storage is : 2GB
and there is a microSD slot up to 32GB
This ones made in Heaven. What happened to the fruit manufacturer? Wake up apple. This thing is far ahead on you. Ever since i am a Sony-Ericsson and Nokia addict. This made in Heaven thing is born. Thanks Sony-Ericsson!
i see the image on this site.
Sony is the master of design.
Samsung Latest phone SGS2 is in design Zero.
I love Sony for its looks, mind blowing.
The phone personality is great
This has a better "Retina Display" than Iphone 4S :))) more ppi :D
I'm thinking of buying the ARC S. Does anyone know of the price-range of the Xperia S? Maybe I'll wait for it.
Alex-RC, 15 Jan 2012This is the kind of smartphone I'm looking forward from Sony. Style with substance.
Btw, I ... moreeMMC = embedded MMC
Reason why they're not going for external memory this time round is because of speed.
Consumers who do not know better will go for Class 2 cards, which is detrimental for 1080p recording bitrates and fast and/or rapid image capturing ( Google calls it Zero Shutter Lag, esp. for 12MP images at lower compression settings).
Based on a research done by Qualcomm using an average of Industry benchmarks composed of Neocore, GLBenchmark, 3DMM and Nenamark, they claim that Adreno 220 GPU in Qualcomm’s dual-core Snapdragon MSM8660 offers twice the performance of the GPU in other leading dual-core ARM9-based chips. Also, a team known as Anandtech has done several tests on Adreno 220 GPU. One of them was the GLBenchmark 2.0, which records the performance of OpenGL ES 2.0 compatible devices such as Mali™-400 MP using two long suites that include a combination of different effects such as direct lighting, bump, environment, radiance mapping, soft shadows, texture based on the use of vertex shader, deferred multi-pass rendering, texture noise, etc. and the test showed that Adreno 220 GPU was 2.2 times faster than the other existing devices such as Mali-400 MP GPU.
TheNeighbor, 15 Jan 2012How can you further call this as an upgrade from your SII? The battery stamina is shorter, the... moreFor your information this phone has LED display @ 1280x720. It is considered as an upgrade even if you have Super Amoled Plus @ 800x480.
zed, 14 Jan 2012I really like this phone but how can I upgrade from a galaxy s2 when the GPU in the xperia S i... morefor your information Adreno 220 is way better than Mali 400. You experience higher FPS only because SGS 2 has low resolution, just 800x480.
Adreno 220 is being used on HD phones.
zed, 14 Jan 2012I really like this phone but how can I upgrade from a galaxy s2 when the GPU in the xperia S i... moreWhat do you mean the adreno 220 is outdated? Its the fastest mobile gpu currrently available. It's 2.2 times faster than the Mali. The Mali is actually the slowest one inbetween the top 3 currently
This is the kind of smartphone I'm looking forward from Sony. Style with substance.
Btw, I think the specs about the memory is inaccurate - according to the official site, it has an internal storage of 1gb to 1.5gb, with a memory card slot supporting up to 32 GB eMMC. Please verify.
Looks very impressive. Pushes Samsung with its Note and Galaxy S2 to being second. Just got the Xperia Arc S, and this one looks like even more impressive (especially screen resolution). Battery life could however be improved - it is a tad short compared to the iPhone. Quid of microSD card : does it have a slot or not? Is the battery replaceable?
Suddenly the iPhone and Galaxy series looks so 2010, great design Sony, hopeful to get my 2nd Xperia