humel, 26 Sep 2012Xperia U or Live Walkman ???My advice is live with walkman, ics update fixed also for live, single core but adreno 205 is equal to malu 400 in nova Thor, single core did pretty so well in live with walkman, no problems in software as x u, loudest hands-free and loudspeaker, same camera , up to 32gb micro sd without any glitch!! Go forxu if you can go with 4gb for apps which is impossible in android or even others, dual core and larger screen but narrow is terrible and sar value is pretty high!!
Hi there! Did you have same problem like this:
My XU has a problem in sending message, it keeps on sending but the message was not sent. My network/signal is ok and i also restart may phone many times. Sadly, it happens sometimes in the evening.. Pls comment if you also experience this. Thanks in advance!
This is a mobile forum not ruddy cancer research. Yes sar is high! If you dont like it then go winge somewhere else. Heard enough of this rubbish! If it wasnt leagal then xu wouldnt be sold. GET OVER IT!
I've just published my FAQ for this phone, covering things like SAR, battery capacity, camera quality, ICS etc.
Will be updated as necessary!
Anonymous, 26 Sep 2012thinkng to buy dis handset.can u guys plz help me..can i buy dis r nt..?its is good . but go for another xperia model .its better. i am disappointment in screen size (3.5) .
SAR value, 26 Sep 2012I'm absolutely no optimistic to see in near future a device made by Sony with a SAR value less... moreFCC SAR for this device is 1.09W/kg (1g) - legal limit 1.6
International (Euro) SAR is 1.22W/kg (10g) - legal limit 2.0
So it's your lucky day :)
I'm absolutely no optimistic to see in near future a device made by Sony with a SAR value less than 1,3W/kg! Is it so difficult to change the place of internal antenna to another safety place …
The last good device of that "related"company was T39m by Ericsson.
All the users opinions are totally confusing. No one is clear about whether to go for this phone or not.
Steady state of mind huh.....
thinkng to buy dis handset.can u guys plz help me..can i buy dis r nt..?
Dont u. care?, 25 Sep 2012What about when you keep ur phone in pocket? Then it matters body meassured SAR. Its like sa... moreYes, the XU's body SAR is a bit higher than some competitors, but all are well within the legal limits which are designed with considerable safety margins in mind. Any issue with that should be taken up with the FCC. N.B. Keeping your phone in your pocket does not subject you to that radiation on a constant basis - yes, you may get a short burst when the phone rings, but unless you use Bluetooth, you're still going to get more radiation through your head during an actual call.
zel04, 25 Sep 2012Sir, u have this phone.so i just want to know if it has a good performance using skype, o any ... morexperia u not recommened for video calls.I have got the phone swapped twice but the voice is too low to hear when u r using the preinstalled G talk.
DTEG, 25 Sep 2012Utter twaddle. FCC SAR at the head for this phone is 1.09W/kg. Perfectly safe. Internationally... moreWhat about when you keep ur phone in pocket? Then it matters body meassured SAR. Its like saying ur kitchen microwave is perfectly safe-untill u stick ur head in it and turn it on! Im not saying u will die from radiation sickness,nevertheless i wouldnt stake my nutts and future children on that bet. No mather what u say we are alredy exposed to so much EM radiation from all over that sticking something like this phone with double SAR then its rivals in ur pocket is just stupid.
badal singh, 25 Sep 2012i think standby time is wrongly mentioned as per sony's official site. i think it's 472 hrs for 2g.All official specs, white paper etc say 472h is for UMTS i.e. 3G. It may seem surprising, but with optimal signal, 3G is more energy efficient than 2G in standby.
Of course all academic, since the reality is more like about a tenth of what they say!
i think standby time is wrongly mentioned as per sony's official site. i think it's 472 hrs for 2g.
[deleted post]Practicality? All phones that have ever tried veering away from convention have failed miserably.