Mmm...no optical zoom, no QWERTY keyboard, no GPS receiver, unstable OS(UIQ), no MC slot. Note the latter is for FLEXIBILITY. Often it is faster and more convenient to simply hotswap your memory card when transferring data. Although VGA video, it is not clear whether 15 or 30fps. Is the flash LED or Xenon. Gsm Arena should be more specific. The battery is weaker than the N95.
Sorry to burst your bubble, this isn't touchscreen. It's just touch sensitive music dedicated buttons...
Oh my God!!! I was planning to wait on the P1 but as soon as i saw this one i freak out damn, i was upset because the P1 was gonna have limited memory up to 2G I love my SE W850 i have a 4 G in it and i love it i though it was the best and it is, but this one with a 3.2, and 8 G Oh my God!, plus touchscreen I cant wait for this one.
se using 2k screens from long day they should jump to plasma screen
"A Great Phone" in one word. Take care of camera autofocus and flash options. I'm not really sure they exist. Refer to sonyericsson.com to discover more. Anyway, seems like I'll wait for this gadget!
does any body know what the speakers are like on this phone....?? and what the price is likely to be in th uk
How fast is the transfer rate with the cable ? I am sure it is slower than a memory card reader with a USB 2.0 connection.
I forgot to post this.
My only suggestions for this phone if any SE employees are working here are:
1. Make it Quad Band.
2. Consider using a standard miniUSB connection (doubt that will happen)
3. Think about the design of the walkman buttons. The phone is touchscreen, so give us a bigger screen and get rid of the walkman buttons at the front. The ipod is 2.5", the iphone is 3.5". Maybe 2.8" and the ability to landscape would make watching videos on it quite attractive.
Dual Stereo Speakers will probably make the phone thicker than they want it to be and I think the average person does is not looking for a boom box for a phone.
To the people slamming the comment(s) about no memory card, it is more of a legit question than you think.
Memory Cards for cellphones are becoming like flash drives for computers. You can grab pictures from your friend's Cybershot, or pop it into your memory card reader on your PC and copy and paste multiple files without having to carry around your SE DCU cable. A memory card slot can be a viable data transfer method as well as a storage method.
If you want a work and play phone then this appears to be in that bracket.
I am still not convinced that the N95 is for any serious work (lack of real data entry) and I am curious to see how Mac will compare to the tried and true Symbian.
wow!!this is seriously a good phone dude...wifi,3g,symbian os,3mp camera and a 8gb memory!!?
problem is i hope it wont hang like any nokia symbian phone!! coz that suxx!!