This phone uses li-po battery, not li-ion. There's a little difference in characteristics between them. (end of part 1)
Narla, 14 Dec 2009I got this from Sony Ericsson when I asked about the battery life:
Most mobile phone batter... moreactually, you're mostly right. the batteries should be kept at the highest possible charge.
i dont know where some people have this weird theory that letting the phone die helps, it doesnt. it kills the battery faster than they'll ever know.
Anonymous, 12 Dec 2009You said that the Satio got poor battery performs? You have to do this when you buying SE phon... moreI got this from Sony Ericsson when I asked about the battery life:
Most mobile phone batteries these days are lithium-based rather than nickel-based. While nickel batteries had to be charged for over 10 hours before first use (to prime the battery), lithium batteries only need to be charged until the mobile phone says the battery is full.
Don't let the battery run flat too often and apply regular charges
Another advantage of using a lithium battery is that it doesn't suffer from 'memory' -- a charging issue that affects nickel batteries.
A lithium battery can be charged whenever it needs it. Full discharges are not needed -- indeed, they are inadvisable. Instead, let the battery run down to around a third of its capacity and charge it on a regular basis rather than running the battery completely flat.
Joey, 13 Dec 2009Agreed, Satio does have a better spec on paper than n97/n97mini. But trying Satio for real wil... morehi joey i have c905 and had many problems with it,i want to get a new phone with better quality,i can not decide i am torn between n97 or satio.i would appreciate if you can help me on this subject
I live in Brazil. I have a Satio U1i, I bought in October. It is a wonder device. I have no criticism to make. Everything is perfect, besides being a beautiful and modern equipment in their lines. The only problem is receiving MMS pictures in small, about 5 kb. But this is the problem of operator VIVO not yet approved the device, so it made adjustments in their servers MMS.
Just ignore the bad comments and dont bite (You`ll make it worse)
i have satio and payed no attention to any comments here.
What are they for???
jase, 13 Dec 2009I noticed that the us sonyericsson site has take out satio from their line up. guess us versio... moreI know. It infuriates me. Why bother announcing it if it'll take another 6 months for it to be released in the US, even if it does.
PravSg, 09 Dec 2009It wont be directly compatible with Satio. U need to use some sony walk man series head phone'... moreOk thanks, the only problem though is its hard to find a good SE noise cancellation earphones here in the Philippines.
so many nokia and samsung fans in these thread? why do they post bad comments on satio? did they ever held one? SE lovers remains on SE thread and did not bother to see those fancy nokia or samsung phones out there nor posted bad critics on nokia samsung thread. Please be realistic!
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what are the difference between this phone and the Samsung Pixon12? i cant choose between them
Last few days ago, i read daily about satio opinion to decide whether should i buy satio or not.
some said satio is suck, some are not.
but now satio is in hand it's ok.
i've updated my satio. all are work great.
it dosen't freeze.
But i dont like battery life, speaker, and media browsing style.
battery last only 36 hr.
speaker is mono and volume is low.(nokia louder than satio)
i cant watch pictures folder by folder.
i cant adjust music equalizer.
hope that sony ericsson will correct that problem.
Except that , all the other features are great.
Ohh.... one last, some of the symbian softwares that work ok on nokia, dosent work on satio.(eg: KIller moblie total recall" But it's a little percentage.
PS: no one can be perfect.****
this one of the strangest and on the other hand interesting mobiles to have .
you cant ignore tha fact that it will catch your eyes ones you see it and i am proud also to have one .
from all the big contenders like NOKIA , SAMSUNG and LG there is a company that needs to be remembered as a leader in technology and inovations and that SHARP
go and see that new model of Sharp mobile SH936 with solar panel and perfect screen , and here were sharp is the strongest . sometines i wonder that we are so closed to these 5 companies as if the others do not exisit .
the problem is that Sharp is only availabe in japan and beleive me if it they start to market there mobiles outside japan , many companies will feel some competition .
I'm still thinking A Mild is lighter than GG though its taste is worse.
jase, 13 Dec 2009I noticed that the us sonyericsson site has take out satio from their line up. guess us versio... morethis is not for america
this is for professional countries like japan and UK and SWEDEN and ETC
I noticed that the us sonyericsson site has take out satio from their line up. guess us version of Satio is not avaliable after all, and there's no point buying a u1i knowing the 3g is not working. I hope every american just stop buying any products from sony. All they sell in america is overstock and unwanted product from japan and the rest of the world.
Anonymous, 13 Dec 2009I want all in 1 device. Because I love to take pictures, listen to music, video, internet brow... moreWell.. all of them pretty much does all of those things.. I think you should either go for the Satio or XPERIA X10. The screen is bigger and you have a an awesome UI. This one is good too!
Cheth20, 12 Dec 2009After the latest Firmware update did anyone notice any improvement in the following ??
1 - Pe... moreThe Loud Speaker isn't low! It has a very good quality and decent sound volume! My old 5800 was pretty loud, but no quality, just loudness! This one has a great quality and good sound.
I have a question, I can't run MicroPool game on this, it installs, but when you run it, you see nothing but a black screen, I used to run it on my 5800 and I loved that game, dose any one have any solution?
Anonymous, 13 Dec 2009XPERIA X10 of course! Big scree, sexy design, 1GHz processor, awesome UI, and lots more. Or th... moreI want all in 1 device. Because I love to take pictures, listen to music, video, internet browsing n chatting, olaying games, and do my business all with 1 phone. It's impossible for me to put 4 phones in my pocket. SO tell me, which phone that suits my needs?