The Xperia S comes with a quad-band 3G radio and is not region dependent. Check the withe paper and you will see it.
please test in full review how fast we may copy to pc and from pc to phone memory using usb connection.This is very important because this phone doesn"t have memory card slot.
Anonymous, 02 Mar 2012Don't like it...
Also waiting for the 808 PureView!!So many Nokia fans out there...
Not trying to be a troll, but seriously? People still buy Symbian phones?!
Anyway, back on topic... Xperia S is gorgeous. Sony design does it again with a unique design.
Anonymous, 02 Mar 2012Don't like it... Also waiting for the 808 PureView!!me 2 :D
AnonD-513, 02 Mar 2012Good phone
Can't wait for the Xperia P and U review
And Nokia 808 Don't like it...
Also waiting for the 808 PureView!!
Really good preview! But I have one question that I can't get out of my head and that is decisive for me: the UMTS network.
I saw the specs and it says this: "HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100 - LT26i" so I get it doesn't matter where you buy the phone, 3G network should work everywhere.
I want to buy it in Europe this month but I return to America in summer, so I really need to know which info is the correct, if the one in your preview(region dependent) or the specifications one (I also saw this info in the white paper, but I need to be sure)
Does anyone know something about this?
no sd card sucks
too old cpu
screen size could be little bigger
and this phone is fat!
Don1234 you win!!!!
Now to the adult part of my comment: what really intrigues me is that even though it is said that when pixels reach 300ppi you can't see the difference between 320ppi and 350 ppi, but what amazes me is that this is not so, the more ppi the sharper the screen no matter how HD it is you will notice the difference...