in reply to anonymous..
RE Battery Meter
battery panel could only be displayed on the top of the panel if only the time is not displayed to the title bar shown on top of right upper panel, by doing this go to start then setting system(lower case)then clock& alarms then click more option in the lower case then untick the box showing display the clock etc... throgh this option your battery meter is shown in the panel and you can check anytime how many percent of battery left. you don't need to display clock because every panel got time display especially spb panel.. hope this helps.
symbian mobile better or windows mobile better?
which type got more software to play with ?
Anonymous, 21 Nov 2008Quote from another Pro-Review: ˝Summary: I don’t know what to say… Xperia has been a h... moreQuote from an independant user, who works in my office - "I've not had any problems with it. Windows Mobile is taking some getting used to, but the phone is great". The N96 is having far more issues, but I don't see you plagueing those boards. This suggests that it's not actually the issues with the phone that are bothering you. Could it be that you're just an SE hater? Yeah, thought so...
Anonymous, 21 Nov 2008 ˝To be blunt, the Xperia X1 isn't quite up to snuff with the top smartphones in the mark... moreSo the desperate dog, barks desperately ....4 ever.
Phone with 800x480 pixels display,customizable panels, focus touchscreen camera etc... weren't available from these past 2 years !
The dog barks, the caravan goes by...
when are you guys reviewing this phone, is it better than HTC Touch Pro
Quote from another Pro-Review:
˝Summary: I don’t know what to say… Xperia has been a huge disappointment for me.˝
I feel sorry for the people who never heard about Google :)))
Anonymous, 21 Nov 2008 ˝To be blunt, the Xperia X1 isn't quite up to snuff with the top smartphones in the mark... moreStill all these so-called quotes from supposed pro reviewers, but I've yet to see a single link. Stop making this crap up...
˝To be blunt, the Xperia X1 isn't quite up to snuff with the top smartphones in the market from an overall standpoint. Whether you're talking about its $800 price tag, stylus-based resistive touchscreen or 3.2 MP camera, this is a phone that would have fared better amongst early adopters a year or two ago.˝˝
This was written by a known pro-reviewer:
˝The most disappointing about X1 is its speed. The handset is slow, it’s very slow. We have to wait a couple of seconds for the programs to launch, screen switches aren’t fast either,.....˝
To many PR and sales B.S. here.
Most of the real users are disappointed with the performance, with features, with the bugyy and slow software.
There are a few very specific problems I have experienced just like others:
- software lock-ups
- Wifi drop outs
- poor reception
- low volume
I also suggest to check the unit out and be sure you have a good return policy with zero restocking fee!
I hope the Hikaru will be much better.
(expected in about 2 months)
i know that the battery life is hard to find but look at all the other specks its still a good phone it just needs a few adjustments
yo there is a battery meter. you just have to charge the phone or adjust the settings. i had the same problen earlier. just play with the adjustments.
i never except this kind of mobile.............wow... great thanks to sony erison.........
this is a good phone with qwerty key board with 3.2 mega pixel cam also i like this cell. & multimedia function supported... windows letest version 6.1
Anonymous, 20 Nov 2008Some people like stripy videos, where there is banding across a colour gradient.
Right clic... moreI think the real question here is: Would you prefer to sacrifice the colours for battery life. That's what is at stake.
The battery life is so good because it is only 65K colours. At 256K colours (normal Windows Mobile phones), battery life gets damaged a fair bit. Using Symbian 16M colours, it is damaged even further. This is on a 1500maH battery by the way. Talk time: 10 hours on 65K, 8-9 hours on 256K, 6-7 hours on 65K.