rahai, 28 Mar 2012does skype 2.7 supports video call for xperia play?download an upgraded version for video calls in Xperia Play
whether the display of the xperia play is not scratch resistant glass like the other xperia lineup? because I do not see it in the specification. please someone reply to my question. thanks before.
Anonymous, 19 Mar 2012i got my phone a month bck, since den my flash flickers continuously i evn tuk it 2 a service ... morei have the same issue...first time i used my xperia play when i got it and checked the camera, turn the cam to video mode the flash flickers..also, when i use an application (dolphin browser) and watch videos, the phone will just suddenly reboot all by itself..and it heats up very fast..but it's still working well
Could any of you pls lemme knw the pros n Cons of xperia play?
I m interested in buying this cool gadget. Does it ve any issues?
Saw some users were conversing abt 'FLASH FLICKERING' problem in this mobile. Sorry, I could nt get wat the problem is. Could anyone pls xplain what it is? Does all xperia play gadget face this flickering issue?
Please update me asap., Thanks in advance. Caio!!!
Anonymous, 26 Mar 2012Actually, in many countries you pay about 12,5 Euros per month and you get unlimited voice and... moreFrom our POV maybe not, but sony does have something to lose by developing video calling. It takes effort - labor and time to build a working 3g video calling framework, and sony would probably be focusing more on new-fangled tech like floating touch and transparent plastic. They've only recently really taken off with their current android lineup and weren't doing so well since the walkman phone (~w810) era. And their priority would be to grow and establish a large customer base. What do you think would be more attractive to a potential, new customer. Video calling or ultra-cool transparent plastic?? After all this time, it looks unlikely that they will look at introducing 3g calling, especially with newer internet technologies coming out, but you never know, maybe someone in their dev team might have some sense after all...
Actually, in many countries you pay about 12,5 Euros per month and you get unlimited voice and/or video calls for all the numbers that share that price plan.
That means the 12,5€ are the money you have to talk to other people whatever their carrier/service provider.
As far as Data Plans, you'll have to pay 5€ for a max of 100MB monthly (Vodafone).
That means that you haven't got any chance to make a video call AND still have the money to call your friends "outside" your price plan.
In fact, you end up with 7,5€ and 100MB to make video calls AND surf the Web for a whole month, and you can make all the video calls you wish to the same price plan, whilst to other phones/providers you'll pay 0,65€ per minute.
You can see that is is much more practical, much easier and less complicated and above all - it is MUCH cheaper to have 3G native video calls as we were used to have (in older Sony and in WM phones, for example) and still have in most HTC,LG and Samsung Android phones.
Sony has got nothing to loose if they introduce video calling in their phones.
If you prefer to install a 3rd party programme, or if it is cheaper to make them via WiFi, then fine.
I just wish all other consumers will have the chance to keep something that is very comfortable and affordable and that allows them to make video calls, to every 3g phone w. a front camera, wherever they are, to whoever they wish.
No one will loose anything:
It's actually a win-win situation.
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Brian, 18 Mar 2012Just read @ Sony's Xperia Play Official Blog. Let's follow the example. Dear Sirs, I would... moreI don't understand, you say data plans are expensive. Yet without a data plan the networks will be charging you per mb for 3g video calls, rather than a set monthly cost of say £5 for like 500mb (£500. surely this is MUCH MUCH more expensive.
Julian, 25 Mar 2012Last i read somewhere that ICS for the play was to come out 19th march, but nothing so far... :-(According to this post: http://tinyurl.com/7c4r4g4 we might receive an update to ICS end April/early May
PG, 25 Mar 2012Any news about ICS release dates? New functions and improvements? Are we finally getting &qu... moreLast i read somewhere that ICS for the play was to come out 19th march, but nothing so far... :-(
Hey Guys im going to by Sony Ericsson Xperia PLAY.
so i just want to know, any one had any issue when you using this phone
Any news about ICS release dates?
New functions and improvements?
Are we finally getting "native" Video Calls?
why my phone cant play video in default player.. but can play on realplayer..
my phone can view images on gallery but when want to share, the screen blinking..
same thing happen when i open fb apps on my phone..the screen blinking too..but work ok if open fb on web..
i use PLAY 4 month already and this just happen last week..
can someone help me?
sorry broken english.. :)
Andrew Walsall GB, 19 Mar 2012No problems with my flash flickering on my Xperia Play. Problem I have is with predictive t... moreI have experienced this aswell, when you have the light on video mode there is a flicker every second, like led is too bright for the battery to handle.
Also wish video caliing gets included in next update.
Other than that, very happy with this phone. Great games and fast.
Both fun and useful.