SE rules :D. I bet they pulling back those cells so they can degrade and recycle them for producing Kurara and X10, and later on when some are left behind they will be recycled as well for new SE phones. Amazing strategy :D SE don't acidentaly let phones be buggy, it costs less and speeds up recycling process. If I'm wrong in this, then SE is doomed as non-touchscreen phone manufacturer. :D
i got satio by the way
got mine from cpw month ago cant decide weather should exchange or not as dont know which to go for if i return any sugestions
It's the kick up the bum the phone manufacturers need, passing phones out the the general public to test. It's a pity no one did this with the Blackberry Storm too, as I had the misfortune of getting that handset, I ended up getting a Nokia N85 simfree and selling my replacement Storm.
Why did they release this phone without noticing these problems...when they knew people were waiting anxiously for Satio and Aino
first what is going on with se are they that desperate to bring out phones they are not checked properly first
sony ericsson isnt on the touchscreen market.
hmm strange never saw someone complains about Aino maybe it's just those in UK =__="