curius george, 18 Jan 2012im trying to replace my w810...yes 6 year old phone just bought a Blackberry pearl...what a d... morebattery is ok....internet use decreases battery very quickly...you have to charge your for everyday... with normal internet and phone use it cannot survive 24 hrs....but this is the case with all android phones...even if you go for xperia arc and samsung galaxy s2 which have higher power battery with mormal use of internet you have to charge them every day....
curius george, 18 Jan 2012im trying to replace my w810...yes 6 year old phone
just bought a Blackberry pearl...what a d... moreYou better buy Motorola DEFY+! Large battery = Li-Po 1700 mAh!
Ans is shock, dust, water IP67 certified resistant phone!
Screen is bigger 3,7 inch!
im trying to replace my w810...yes 6 year old phone
just bought a Blackberry pearl...what a disappoint ment...battry life is so bad...have to charge it everytime i use the internet
anyway, i want to buy this phone
but i read that the battery life is very poor
My question is:
is this in normal usage? ie browsing
talking on the phone?
what is the battery life like when its just in stand by??
This phone has a lot of features for sport/outdoor activities, Yes the phase is Dust and water resistant, but more then that the phone has Barometer pressure sensor which can detect—and predict—short term changes in weather and measuring altitude without using GPS. The phone also has build in ANT+ interface, so the phone can be connected to external sport device such as Speed/Candace sensor, Heart Rate monitor sensor, etc.
Anyone can help why i can't login to Yahoo Messenger? I just bought this phone 3 days ago. Thanks..
me, 15 Jan 2012How easy/quick can the torch light be turned on? Is there an external button or do you have t... moreI use a widget on one of the starting screens, meaning i can turn on the light in no more than a few seconds! But if you don't use a widget(or some other solution on one of the screens), yes, you have to go into the menus.
How easy/quick can the torch light be turned on?
Is there an external button or do you have to go in the menus?
Well this is a Very Good Mobile Better than Samsung Xcover
Even if it has a smaller screen.. It has a better processor And flash support also.. If I had 20000 I would have gone for it than iphone 3gs ..
And I am not a Sony Fan Boy I own A Galaxy Y.. I dont feel any problem with 3 inch Display..
Anonymous, 14 Jan 2012it's not the phone that is small. Your finger is way to BIG!Its a phone for kids!
Anonymous, 12 Jan 2012I cannot write SMS on this thing, its to small!it's not the phone that is small. Your finger is way to BIG!
the best all weather phone. touch is good even when wet and can take pictures underwater. as for its hardware, no all weather phone beat it except for the small screen. battery is good (for me). really glad that i bought this phone
The phone is smaller than expected. I would not consider a rugged phone, just water safe. I have always been a fan of sony phones, however I expected a little better. Louder volume in headset, and battery life needs improvement. The User interface is great as well as connectivity.
I am using this mobile for last 1 months. Here is my rating
1. Display- very good- both ot door and indoor
2. Touch- very good
3. User interface – very good
4. Camera- decently good
5. Battery backup- poor
6. Video- decently good
7. Internet speed- good (WLAN giving some problems)
8. Music- very good- both in speaker and head phone
9. Sound quality while calling- good at both ends
10. Bluetooth- nice but if Ver3 it will be better
11. Water and scratch resistor- very good
12. Message typing- good
13. Charging and 3.5mm jack- not comfortable
14. Interface to computer- very good
I am happy with this mobile in this rate. Android is awesome
A quick question for Active & Defy+ users : which one can be used ideally to snap a picture or video underwater ? I read through the forum and it seems no concrete answers for it. But I m sure Active can do so as it has camera shuttle button to do the job...no ?
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