SE must've been in a dif'rent time and place...like 2009. That's why their flagship is midtier compared to Samsung and HTC.
It's NOT dual-core era yet. it's now currently overhyped and our beloved Android OS doesn't fully utilize the underlying power of dual-core yet. yes, it will in the future but not now.
with a mini pro, and xperia pro available - i see no need for yet another qwerty keyboard xperia - so I can see any developments of them being cancelled - if they were in development at all.
regarding the so called flagship? nah...i reckon it'd be dual core to support the HD display - I reckon if there's anything coming it'd be the Xperia Duo
Nozomi = Wish
Sony Ericsson Wish. LOL
AnonD-13148, 27 Aug 20111.4GHz single core processor? C'mon! Today is DUAL-CORE era...SE European RND takes too much holiday and no over time to develop software for dual core CPU, that's why their innovation is just higher MHz Qualcomm single core chip and Sony newer display.
AnonD-13148, 27 Aug 20111.4GHz single core processor? C'mon! Today is DUAL-CORE era...they will when the time is ryt. what's d point of releasing one when their single cores play a head to head game with most dual-core smartphones?
and when they r in d dual core race, they r gna rock d house b-)
Anonymous, 27 Aug 2011The recently Sony Ericsson phones are one step behind yet costs more than the others.The Xperia Minis cost less than a Galaxy Ace but have more power and features, at least in Indonesia...
AnonD-13148, 27 Aug 20111.4GHz single core processor? C'mon! Today is DUAL-CORE era..."Then again, it is just a rumor at this point so it would be *silly* to jump to conclusions."
Now we know that you're the one...
SE should better give good battery for mini series instead introducing numerous variants, they learn to know customers idealogy instead of fooling them!!!
What about Ayame LT18i - or the white version of Xperia arc? Cancelled ?? Ha ???
i read it yesterday :p
The recently Sony Ericsson phones are one step behind yet costs more than the others.
not dual-core = =
1.4GHz single core processor? C'mon! Today is DUAL-CORE era...
Sony Ericsson Rockzzzz!!!!