Anonymous, 20 Dec 2014wich is better snapdragon or mediatek?Snapdragon. Is better
I am sony fan, but m going to buy micromax yureka it has 2gb ram, 16gb mem. 13 mp Sony main, 5 mp front, n qualcom 615 processer,24 bit audio at 8999 Indian rupees (150$). Only draw back is 2500 mah battery . Good buy Sony.................
Anonynous, 21 Dec 2014This is the low end, lowest xperia model, it must be you who came to the wrong place. Its g... moreObviously you didn't get my point... Since I was referring to.this cell. ENTRY LEVEL and people.complaining bout price and Specs!
Anonymous, 20 Dec 2014Pleas... You want Low End go elsewhere. This is the low end, lowest xperia model, it must be you who came to the wrong place.
Its good they went with Mediatek, i wouldnt buy this anyway but its good if Qualcomm isnt allowed to segment the market to their own liking, like what has happened in 2014 when Qualcomm were free to decide what SoC manufacturers should use in midrange, it led to 2014 midrangers having far lower performance than 2013 midrangers, thats NOT good. Qualcomms dominance is turning into monopolistic market abuse.
thats why sony always fail in marketing
grand prime use sp410 but the price really affordable
sony should learn from mistakes
E4 should use sp410 or sp400 , not mediatek
5 inch gonna be trend in 2015 , 4.5 inch like E3 still better
derp, 20 Dec 2014but sony is losing money selling them telephones.are you there accountant?
Supremo, 20 Dec 2014Hope Sony prices this phone right which I know they won't, at least they will get some sales. Pleas... You want Low End go elsewhere.
It's configuration misleading to customers. Nobody will happy with Sony's this phone. Sony also going Samsung ways and Samsung has gone Nokia ways. Now it's time for these money making company to go in bottom.
looks horrible... sony going samsung way while samsung going sony's...
Anonymous, 20 Dec 2014wich is better snapdragon or mediatek?4gen Intel core i7
Hope Sony prices this phone right which I know they won't, at least they will get some sales.
"There's 8GB of built-in storage, of which only 3.8GB was available to users"
Ugh... too much bloatware