i have been looking on you tube and well impressed with this handset . . I will definatly make this my next phone . . .battery life better be good . . . People always go on about how bad phones are do they own one . . And we can update the software . .
Looks on paper like an amazing phone, played with a son rep's prototype, but how is it actually standing up to other competition? The phone had 50000 votes for it before its release? IS it as good as all the votes suggest, where people are voting on spec?
(hope so as I will probably be getting one)
I had this phone last week only and it has many features on it and lots of games and applications... SE ROcks
for xperia max. memory is 8 gb
but i disappointed wit x1 why cant blackberry connected?? it just can exchnge active zync..n the camera just 3.15 mp.
for the gps you must connected with HGE-GPS 100 its handsfree for it.
for all fitur is good..
Gonna wait for a second version of this phone... It's too slow and not smooth... Looks like its the i7110 for me!
xperia use especial external memory, or the same than the others phones like micro sd,and which is the max micro sd capacity ?
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Olivetree Holy Bible v3.68 New King James Version
Requirements: Windows CE 3.0 or 4.2 / Windows Mobile 2000 or later
Overview: Read and search the NKJV on your Pocket PC device! Great features and functionality.
BibleReader Features (Pocket PC):
Split-Screen - display up to 6 versions of the Bible simultaneously
Bookmarks - ability to arrange topically, sort by alpha
Personal Notes - add notes to specific verses of scripture for future reference
Word / Phrase Search - quickly find all occurrences of a word or phrase
Verse Chooser - Quick Tap allows easy verse navigation
Verse Locking - compare the same verse in different texts simultaneously
Verse History - tracks the last 10 verses visited for quick reference
Daily Bible Reading Schedules
Supports Bible Maps (available at olivetree.com)
eBook locations saved, allowing you to continue reading where you left off
Original Language Support
Bibles can be store in main memory or on a memory card
Free application updates
Free email support
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Yes, I need to know too. Let us know whether it can downloaded a Symbian type or microsoft BIBLE software??Thanks!
Do you think I can download a Bible software - king james version? please let know....
guys I got it here in Dubai but I was very dissapointed when I start the device they were no signal I have triyed many time to re insert the sim card but no luck but then I change the phone immediatly with Sony Ericsson c905 the 8 mega pix and it work with out any problem.
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Stuart, 11 Nov 2008Got mine delivered via Vodafone UK today. I already have a Tytn 2 and was looking forward to ... moreWhats tytan11 like in video recording department its supposed to be cif at 20 fps is it any good ie smooth not jerky thanx
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970why Are you crying its 600euros. thats not expensive, nokia is expensive. this fon is completely :P
Got mine delivered via Vodafone UK today.
I already have a Tytn 2 and was looking forward to increasing my enjoyment of WinMobile 6.1 over my Tytn.
Firstly, the screen is beautiful. Windows mobile has never looked so good. But there lies the rub. Windows mobile (despite the implementation of the panes) is still there underneath the new eye candy. Once you drop back into the WinMobile interface the phone almost demands you get the stylus out. Due to the incredible resolution of the screen, the fonts are small and the on-screen keyboard takes some concentration to 'type' quickly. I use my Tytn 2 alot on the road and especially for getting traffic updates whilst stationary on the motorway. The Xperia screen makes using the browser very difficult in this scenario. Yes, I know I could increase the font size, but the main reason you have a hi-res screen is to improve browsing real estate. You would almost need to increase fonts for different uses.
Secondly the keyboard. I apologise for comparing the Xperia to the Tytn 2, but I really didn't like the Xperia keyboard. The buttons don't seem to have that positive push that you get with the Tytn2. Also there is a lack of cursor keys on the keyboard which I missed. I found when using the top row of keys that my fingers wold knock the bottom of the screen. While not a great problem, it somehow distracted me and interrupted my typing flow. This is something I don't get with the Tytn2.
The camera was a bit of a disappointment. It was slow to take (i.e. delay between pressing the button and the exposure) and I couldn't find a way of defaulting the still camera to use the flash in low light. Maybe I missed this setting, but I had to manually turn the 'light' on before the camera would flash indoors.
The video capture was excellent 640x480x30fps. This was impressive.
So, after spending some time with the Xperia what are my thoughts. Well, while I'm a fan of all things Sony Ericsson and despite the fact that they have tried their best to hide the poor WinMoble interface with some beautiful 'panes', it wasn't different enough for me to commit to a new contract (whilst still paying off my Tytn2 contract!).
It is therefore boxed up and ready to go back.
Thanks for reading..