Al Hassan, 11 Jan 2012No memory card support ?????? It's not good !!!!!Why memory card?
16/32 gb of memory and you want external?
External actually slows down the device and is easily corrupted.
Tahnik, 11 Jan 2012omg....you need to know it has a micro sd card slot....check official siteOMG it has not( some glasses helped here) :
* Flash memory: 32GB eMMC (that's internal memory from what I see. No sd slot here)
it will be my next phone... just fulfill the promised features... i love xperia but im just disappointed with the photo quality... so lets wait for the in depth review... Design was stunningly unique...
omg....you need to know it has a micro sd card slot....check official site
U better wait for the new razr from motorola with a 3300 mAh battery and the phone is just 9mm
no microSD, no me.
with all these high end multi-media features, the internal memory will be gone in no time flat.
they need microSD, especially with the 64GB card ready to hit mainstream.
GOOd phone for sony, but there will come more phones over 2012 that is gonna be like 2 times better than this, i just think sony is lefted behind, but maybe i some time it will get better.
u shud bring out white.... i loved ths phone n if u bring out the white colour thn ill definitely think of buyin it...
Gurmat, 11 Jan 2012Such a high end device by sony, but with a battery capacity of 1750 mah, it will last only for... moreDon't forget the galaxy note got much bigger screen than this.so the galaxy note also remains 1 day or a little bit more !
the hunter, 11 Jan 2012wow!! Great phone.hope it beats the gs2.No, it will not "beat" the Galaxy S II simply because the Sony Xperia S has a shorter battery longevity on one charge. Read the differences. Was expecting more, Sony.
Akh, 11 Jan 2012None of the other phones can give the QUALITY ..... good job Sony!!Not a good job with the battery usage time. No micro SD memory expansion. Only a backlit super dense LCD and not an HD AMOLED. Unchangeable battery. I'm an Android user, and why does the Sony Xperia S feel like it's sort of getting some weak features of the iPhone?
True that I would like to see a good working 12MP camera and the built-in HDMI socket are definite turn ons. With the battery usage longevity indicated, it would seem the operation of this phone would be roughly 4 to 5 hours of heavy usage. Just compare it against any other Android phone like the Galaxy S II and Galaxy Note which can have more than double battery stamina. Most likely it is because of the fact that the Samsung uses Super AMOLED screens for their high end phones that saves on power.