sony is already so behind in the mobile phone industry and it still not into the a 4.8" screen and quad core cpu????
correct your facts
Hayabusa is bound to get Quad-Krait-cores from Qualcomm (The very first Quad core A-15's to hit the market). There's is no use of one more dual core from Sony. They already have 5 Dual-core devices in market (Xperia S, Xperia Ion, Xperia P, Xperia Sola, Xperia U) out of which 3 are placed in High-end (Xperia S, Xperia Ion, Xperia P)
This is a BEAST !!!
Dual core 1.5 GHz krait bundeled with 2200 mAH battery and 13 MP sensor all this at 7mm.
Would be great if they use the PowerVR 6 Series Rogue GPUs and that will take sony to the top.
MicroSD or 64 internal memory please!!
I'm waiting for big internal memory from sony
AnonD-38309, 08 May 2012An average Joe doesn't know the difference between a dual core and a quad core. Do you see mor... moreIn England we see neither phones getting sold a lot (One X or Xperia S) due to the fact that they are both overpriced compared to other phones on contracts. I personally prefer the iphone as it is just a lot simpler however when it comes to syncing phones with computers and general over all usage I find the Galaxy S 2 better but the Xperia S is better for display, camera and I've just started to notice but also for browser speed too. But personally I would use the Galaxy, I just find it overall better. However, they are all good in their own ways.
I hope this time come up with Gorilla Class 2 true! and dual channel memory! and a cortex-A15! I'll be very happy!
Well done Sony!
Just one problem... if you continue like this, I will feel the need to change my Xperia Arc sooner than I thought! LOL
Interestingly enough almost everyone who works with me know owns Sony Ericsson. 2 years ago I was pretty much the only one having those.
Things are on the good path
TheAndroider, 08 May 2012Appreciate your respsonse. I was just stating that an average joe who doesn't know too much ab... moreAn average Joe doesn't know the difference between a dual core and a quad core. Do you see more HTC One X's being sold than lets say an Xperia S? No, because the average Joe just appreciates a device with a good OS, Screen, Camera and design.
tru, 08 May 2012Hello frnd, Sony already said there is no need for quadcore for mobile phones. Even computer ... moreAppreciate your respsonse. I was just stating that an average joe who doesn't know too much about tech may just see that its dual core not see that is it krait and then see a phone thats quad core and again not see that is s4 or tegra 3. That was my point that an average person may not see benchmarks or how good it is compared to a quad core phone. For all you guys who think I'm a troll, I actually own a Xperia S, SGS2 and a iphone 4s as I am heavily involved with IT at the company I work for so I know my stuff. I was just saying why are Sony potentially releasing a dual core phone as average joe's who buy smartphones don't look at krait or tegra 3 they just hear dual or quad core.
Some people here need to do some researches b4 posting, snapdragon s4 blow away the overrated tegra 3.
TheAndroider, 08 May 2012so potential sony's new flagship is going to be dual core again. No wonder they are losing mon... moreIt's either you are one of two things:
2)Someone who comments on technology websites without understanding anything about hardware
The dual core that will be used is gonna be a Krait(Or A-15) which means that in Benchmarks and in real life performance, it matches(Sometime outmatches) quad cores.
Is the design concave like the Arc? Interesting!
Sony have already stated that they will use Cortex A15 dual-core as it out-performs the Cortex A9 quad-core devices currently on the marketl.
Dual Core 1.5ghz and S4 snapdragon chip, powerful than tegra 3. SONY FTW