Dude, 15 Aug 2011South East Asia? I'm not sure about other country in SE Asia, but Singapore and Malaysia alrea... morei've contacted SE singapore and malaysia and they said xperia neo hasn't released there.. is it released officially?
not recommended because of screen brighteness very bad for neo and arc
i doesn't have a webcam for my PC,can NEO connect to PC bcom webcam of PC??
can this phone auto rotates in straight to right (landscape mode) Like samsung wave 2
VIA, 16 Aug 2011I need a user opinion . Someone who uses the phone for at least a month.
1. I want to know a... moreYou can read my review, most answers are there.
1) Depends on how heavy. But should be able to sustain for 24 hours at least.
2) I haven't really tried HD but there are lots of addictive games in the market. (currently hooked on to Game Dev Story, Doodle Fit and Grow)
3) Quite good, can't say it's better than iPad but still satisfied. I tried over 12 meters plus higher ground, with lots of walls in between and still i get surf the web with no problems at all.
4) Sorry I don't watch videos in my phone, but as far as i'm concerned there's no support for divx. However, again, there are tons of better video and music players in the market so no worries.
hope that answers your doubts.
you can find it in Singapore
I bought this phone 1 week ago
I need a user opinion . Someone who uses the phone for at least a month.
1. I want to know about battery life in heavy usage.
2. I want to know about gaming exp. HD and normal.
3. Wifi Antenna range.
4. In GSMARENA review is written, that there is no DivX / XviD support.
If anyone can answer this question. Thanks in advance.
After using for 3 weeks, my experience with Neo has been optimistic. Here's a simple review-
Neo's screen surprised me the most with its brilliant colours thanks to Bravia Engine for Mobile; I can say its almost on par with Super AMOLED.
Though it's made of recyclable plastic, overall feel doesn't seem cheap at all, in fact it feels comfortable on my hands.
The best part? I'd say it's the complete package it comes with the phone (handsfree!) and the 8GB SD card.
The only complain is the buttons around the phone, they're relatively harder to press, especially the shutter; but still acceptable cause I've seen worse.
Having 1GHz processor on Android 2.3.3 is quite a perfect match. It may suffer from occasional lagging when the phone boots (which phone doesn't!) but after that it's sleek.
The Facebook integration isn't implemented quite well as there are some bugs here and there, especially the sync function. BUT if you put this aside, it's pretty neat as it beautifies my SMS inbox and phone contacts with my friends' own respective profile picture and wall status. Additional "Like" features integrated in programs like TrackID and music player is pretty sweet.
Other social integration are there as well such as Twitter and other blog services, that depends on which region you're living in.
The Phone gives you about 250MB of RAM to play with, as the rest have been eaten up by the Android system. BUT don't worry, that 250MB is more than enough for an average user, trust me.
Web browsing is fun and smooth, though you need a browser if you need to access a full-featured webpage; that's because the default browser will set to mobile mode for any website that supports it, eg youtube and facebook. So if you want to get your farmville up and running, go to the marketplace and search for some.
I'd say this is the best part of the phone and also something that I'm proud of.
After a full-charge on normal usage (5-10 minutes call, send 50 text messages, 10 minutes of gaming also online, took about 15+ photos; DAILY), the battery lasted up to about 3 and a half days; that's almost 4 days i were to conserve a bit. That's quite impressive for a Gingerbread smarphone. And I believe the numbers can be pushed further (though not much) after a few months later.
Again, this phone is a blast, if you don't mind a bit smaller screen than the Arc and want to save up a couple of hundred bucks, Neo is the choice for a Sony Ericsson Gingerbread phone. I have no regrets at all choosing this. Hope this review helps some of you out there and have a great day.
Overall score: 9/10
I urrently have the sony ericsson vivaz and I am looking to upgrade to this phone.....any suggestions???
Ray1412, 14 Aug 2011Does anyone know when this phone will be available in south east asia countries?South East Asia? I'm not sure about other country in SE Asia, but Singapore and Malaysia already released. In Malaysia the price is between RM1000 - RM1300.
Anonymous, 14 Aug 2011wait for three more months..whattt??
are you really sure that it'll be available in november?
whom you got the news from?
Ray1412, 14 Aug 2011Does anyone know when this phone will be available in south east asia countries?wait for three more months..
Does anyone know when this phone will be available in south east asia countries?
Is the wording for sony Ericsson and xperia at the top and bottom for the phone black or white for the silver one?