A great phone, but lacks a camera flash (and camera button, but it's slim so that gives them a pass). Weight and slimness are great. Battery is not but don't forget that Panasonic were known for decent energy efficiency.
marius, 21 Feb 2012it beats the SII in thiknes and weight nobody sayed nothing about the powerYea that's exactly the problem. All the manufacturers are "barking the wrong tree". They don't need to "win" in terms of less weight and especially less thickness. Cause they will also win the race for the most useless crapphone...
Looks a bit like the Xperia Ray, doesn't it....?
how can this beat galaxy s2 when the battery is so much lower and the processor speed is only clock at 1ghz and only 8gb of internal memory
AnonD-455, 21 Feb 2012Huge phone with miniscule storage and battery... Just skip to Moto RAZR guysUnfortunately Moto also has ridiculous policy so no Razr Max for the europeans...
Not to mention the insulting/blatant software update policy. Atrix is forgotten and won't have ICS. I guess they expect us to buy a new ("top" class) phone 2 times a year...
I sugest not buying any at all, until they change their mind and become less commercial.
Huge phone with miniscule storage and battery... Just skip to Moto RAZR guys
This looks like Nokia X7.
nice design... but only 8gb internal storage and no memory card slot, no cam flash and a tiny battery... Just lame
Absolutely pathetic. 4 hours of talk time? And we all know it's always less. Not to mention when you actually use your "smart"phone as a smartphone (Althought such failures really aren't very smart) and not as a phone. 2 hours at best. And if you try to listen to an internet-radio, for example, maybe even 1 hour...
When are those companies going to start making DECENT phones and not stupid fashion toys? Hello, phones are not jewelry. And even if they were, a 10mm thich and, say, 130g phone is not ugly, big or heavy.
AnonD-11851, 21 Feb 2012Excuse me! Quadcore?? Seriously, for what? Why you need a quadcore phone?The real question is, why wouldn't you want quad core? I own a dual core device already. And I believe that quad core phones would improve greatly over dual core. Especially since they are said to conserve batter better than the dual core. I will be holding out for Samsung and HTC's new devices to be announced. TYVM.
This is yet another device that will potentially be lagging behind Samsung and HTC when they release their new handsets. Just as Sony will be lagging behind. 1ghz dual core? I mean, come on!
Does it have a video call camera ?
SczyPT, 21 Feb 2012I think they meant 300 minutes of standby and 240 seconds of talk time =)yep absolutly
1150mAh battery??!!! i hope it's 2150mAh or at least 1550mAh coz that's the minimum for a decent battery life on android nowadays, otherwise this seems like a decent mobile, i mean it's not a quadcore with tegra 3 or with HD screen, but it would have pritty good sales,,
nice looking phone.....but doesnt look like it has a flash for the camera... which could be its downfall condiering the xperia s has a flash and exxom tech in it.
She is a beauty,I can't argue that.I still would have liked a quadcore. Its hardware is primitive.
I was surprised that the battery made it through the photo-shoot. Really good-looking, though.