Android now has a feature that can store apps in the SD card right? But I have herd that there are some apps that does not support that. Is it true? Will 320mb suffice? knowing that you install apps fist by default to the internal then transfer it to our sd. Plus does the 320mb include the OS data or should you deduct the storage for OS and standard apps from the 320? thanks!
i hope sony ericsson xperia neo will be another landmark with the big brand and will be an outstanding smart phone
This is what SE Android phone lacks which Galaxy has. Menu to make video call
hey guys..i got this phone..n when i try to download apps from market..it is coming as your item will be downloaded and after this i dont find the app..plz do help me..thankz..
Anonymous, 11 May 2011Whoa! from vivaz in HD to vivaz reloaded to more than a sequelyou're right, 2 many times changing. It should sound like this '' CHANGING AGAIN'' OR '' MORE THAN ONCE'' hehe
Anonymous, 12 May 2011This is not a worth device if you're expecting constant os updates during 18 months or so. The... moreStop this bullshit...
Even the old X10 is getting the gingerbread update despite not having many features of new Xperia devices... and XDA devs have even partially ported Honeycomb to X10(in the early stage)
Constant updates are let's say a little bit more on the HTC side. However, their newer devices are locked down, so custom roms are questionable.
SE has the ability to unlock the bootloader and custom roms should start rolling out soon (and updates with them). Hardware wise, the Desire S, Incredible S and Xperia neo and arc are practicly identical (excluding ram and rom).
I had high hopes for this phone! Why the hell does it laggggg soooo much?!?! When switching apps, it stalls for a couple secs. It can even crash or become unresponsive. Somebody tell me why please.... Argh! Even when starting up the phone and switching home screens from left to right or vice versa. It especially lags opening the camera and trying to take a picture.
AnonD-8312, 12 May 2011Should i go for this one or the desire s? Camera is not a priority, rather i would want a phon... moreThis is not a worth device if you're expecting constant os updates during 18 months or so. The phone lacks many hardwares that supposedly to get fully optimisation in the future android os: multi-core cpu, NFC, gyroscope, thermometer, latest bluetooth version etc. In other words it's useless to receive an os update when the device can't support new features brought by the new os version.
sony Erricson is power big
Sony Ericsson XPERIA Neo
Primary 8 MP, 3264x2448 pixels, autofocus, LED flash, check quality Features Video calling, touch focus, geo-tagging, face and smile detection Video Camera Yes, 720p@30fps, continuous autofocus, video light
Secondary Camera Yes
Should i go for this one or the desire s? Camera is not a priority, rather i would want a phone that will be fed with constant updates (like 2.4, 2.5 ....) atleast for 1-1.5 years. Even custom roms will do. So does this make the desire s a better choice. Also, will the low internal memory of neo be a problem?? Also, how is the Galaxy S in this price range? Please reply.
Well i don't know what happened but this new price now its just killing me.
morzz, 12 May 2011waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!!.. freezing screen??wattaa!!!Yeah, where did you buy it in the phil? Freezing screen? Do you mean the performance is poor or not smooth?
can neo plays HD video something like 720p or 1080p one?
and it should be possible for neo to play XviD / Divx video with an application right?
Nile, 11 May 2011Satya,
I am in Mumbai and use Airtel GPRS and pay Rs. 98 for 2GB.
You are being robbedNile,
GPRS is very old 2G technology that has 200KHz of bandwidth, more over it is based on TDMA what it means is that the Transmit and receive happens in time slot mode, max data rate of GPRS cannot be more than 38KBps and you will never be able to use 2GB , so airtel doesn't bother to give you GPRS 2GB for 98 Rx