Well.. PHOTOCALL alright, but thats only for "calls"
But does this phone have the ability to show a picture of the sender, in the display,
when receiving a txt-message or mms??
Did anyone else notice in the review that the Vivaz camera Photo options has Light On/Off option??? Its not there in Satio (is there only in Video recording)...
najkks, 10 Feb 2010Does anyone know a answer to this question?
Is it possible to get a picture of a person (ta... moreAre you kidding???
In case you're not... I would like to inform that you can do that with every phone. Its called "Photocall".
Does anyone know a answer to this question?
Is it possible to get a picture of a person (taken with the onboard-camera) to show up in the display - when i get a call or a txt-message from this same person?
Where did gsm arena get the retail unit and then made a review of this phone?
OS should've been android. But then, if it's android, maybe it wouldn't have all of its awesome features that it has. Oh well, I guess every OS has its limitations. Can't have everything. But it would've been better if they made the screen 3.5 inches.
gov, 10 Feb 2010This will definitely be my first touch screen phone, if the price is right. I don't know but i... moreSmart dialling is there in Nokia Symbians like N97 mini. It also has Widget based home screen and QWERTY keyboard. I would say N97 mini is far better than this camera/camcorder.
SE Vivaz Specifications sounds good...but i think it cant beat the richness of i8910 Omnia HD AMOLED technology.plus stereo speaker definately makes the difference...if i8910 Omnia HD sort out the frame rate issue facing with Video recording then i8910 Omnia HD definately rocks...even Samsung also working to FIX the frame rate issue. hope they will release the update ASAP.
I'm actually sort of disappointed after reading the full review of this phone. I had my hopes set too high I guess. But the main flaws that might be a deal-breaker for me are (1)the full HD video sample posted in review indeed does look COMPLETELY washed out, bland, and highly lack contrast compared to the same sample with the Omnia. (2)The rolling shutter bug... and even worse is that it is highly unlikely to be fixed. (3)No Equalizer for music (big deal for any audiophile). (4)No dual/stereo speakers... this would have been nice not to have to carry around nor wear earphones/headphones all the time... but then again, there is: (5)No divx/xvid support to watch movies on it either... this can be worked around but still has to be mentioned because my mid-range phones from 3 years ago support divx/xvid. (6)No proximity sensor... another feature that a phone such as this should have easily... hopefully updates can solve this. Although the phone is a huge leap forward in some ways, it nevertheless comes with a handful of standard sacrifices unfortunately. I was up for giving up an arm and a leg to get this but now after reading the review, I think I'll take the price into consideration to base its worth.
Does anyone know a answer to this question??
Is it possible to get a picture of a person (taken with the onboard-camera)
to show up in the display - when i get a call or a txt-message from this same person?
I wonder if its possible on the earlier releases of SE-phones of 2009 ?? and if so.. you think its possible to get in this phone to?
while this phone looks and sounds fantastic i think im gonna have to leave SE.I might be a symbian user but im a symbian user who likes good music.Once again no equalizers and the gsm audio test shows cut-off bass frequencies...again.sorry SE but if i can get these things from other brands......
the first phone equip with continuous macro....
and it work great.....love it.... in your face omnia HD
This will definitely be my first touch screen phone, if the price is right. I don't know but i still have reservations about the Symbian OS, and no smart dialling? Hopefully SE will fixed this before they release the phone. We'll see.
"An alliance of two tech giants" and what do they come up with : a camera phone, but Sony could have done it alone.
With Symbian OS 9.4 S60 5th they both combined couldn't beat Nokia. Its not only the OS but even the S60 interface, the product of their alliance, "UIQ" is down the drain. The only thing they could add is "custom-brewed homescreen and media menu".
And the display, forget the display for once what about its resolution nHD. Nokias anyone. Even the cheap 5230 comes with the same screen. Seems like they just want to cash in on softwares developed by/for Nokia. What losers??? Nokia, the owners of Symbian has just open sourced Symbian. Smart move Sony Ericsson.
Sony with their proprietary formats have learnt the lesson, the hard way though.