utouh, 20 Jun 2011mmmm. . a 1.2ghz dual core.. wtf its so outdated.. get lost....ya man... that's so half-a-year-ago... tsk tsk
Droid Terminator, 20 Jun 2011I'm not comparing Moto and SE because free the original Droid in 2009 to Moto Photon and the u... moreYou can keep your Moto Blur Droids with you. Blur sucks so hard even Motorola don't want to mention it on their promos. XD
okay dual-core, faster processors, more RAM and internal memory is good and all, but srsly ppl, 4.5" is too much !!! at this rate there'd be buyers who will complain bout the phone not fitting their hands or being uncomfortable to hold while calling !
Sonyericsson need to put;
16Gb/32Gb built in memory onboard.
Usb on to go.
12.1MP cybershoot xenon flash,
tegra 2 chipset
Looks sexy, I hope they will announce a wide range of dual core smartphones. Because the screen is way to large for me. Between 3,5'' and 4'' is more than enough.
Look nice, let see itin a future GSM Arena review, SE makes stylish phone, with some problems, but they are very stylish at all.
Fongy, 20 Jun 2011I wish you were right...
The P series was indeed a good series, but the X1 when it came out (... moreWhat are you saying? The X10 has Eclair not Froyo but Gingerbread in on the way !
By the way, I am very happy to know that your SG 1 (as you call it) was laggy because my XPERIA X10 is not even if it has only one core... Optimizing the software helps a lot to avoid a laggy software but it is true that Samsung releases new phones so fast that they don't have time for optimization !
wow SE's design always stands out. If SE puts xenon on this one I'm sold!
This might be prepared for using Ice Cream at release :D
Same as Google Nexus 3 :p
I think this is a fake. It looks like a badly done Photoshopped HTC phone blended with the Arc.
skipme, 20 Jun 2011The main difference between SE and other droid manufactures is that SE does a lot more finishi... moreI wish you were right...
The P series was indeed a good series, but the X1 when it came out (almost a year late) was buggy, and the specs had gone down the pan...
Take a look at their recent line-up...
The X10 stuck on Froyo until (at the earliest) August - that's over a year(?) without an update (approximate) - and reports of bugs..
The Xperia Play - a dedicated games phone with not even last year's specs... (The Galaxy S1 beats it)
The Xperia Arc - fab screen and looks - but again, mid-range specs - it simply can't compete with the dual-core phones coming out...
The Xperia Neo - well, that's just a standard mid-range phone...
Don't get me wrong, I love SonyE - they do come up with some great designs... but they've released NOTHING in the past 5 years (possibly longer) that can even compete with high-end phones...
And this is exactly the same - too little, too late, the next gen of phones is out next year, and SonyE will be a year late with an already outdated phone...
Aaaaaaand, for those who don't think you need dual core phones (I was skeptical too) forget about dual-core apps - I think Android NEEDS dual core because it can be slow and laggy and crashy - since my GS2 I've had no such incidents (and my GS1 used to crash A LOT!)
I think this is an answer for Satio replacement if the camera is more than 12mp and 1080p HD recording. By the way, thank you sony and thank you ericsson for following the voice of customers. But how's the Aino replacement?
Xperia Arc is no more to find in many countries.
So why already a new phone if the last ones are in sales for only 4 months?
No support. Not serious.