da, 21 Jul 2012Is battery remooveble or not? Gus tell me plzi believe not.. most smartphones nowadays had enclosed battery. if acro s will ever have battery issues, you can just simply take it to their care centers.
Gokulnathann, 19 Jul 2012Sony Mobile Communication launched Xperia Acro S in Taiwan today morning and the prie is 17,90... moreoh really? then maybe it'd cost 25k here...dang i cant afford it, my budget is only 20k pesos HAHA :(
vips, 13 Jul 2012any one can give the answer...? It has nfc support..right?it does support nfc
i own the SO-03D variant which has the same battery capacity as with the Acro S. i have heard a lot about the battery woes of XS, fortunately SO-03D does not suffer from that problem. i could even say the battery life on this unit fair much better than my SGS2(on ICS) on same usage. and considering it is still running on stock firmware,as there is no alternative out there. (all docomo apps and processes frozen via TB).
so there goes.
Sony Europe says that this phone will not be released in The Netherlands and other West-European countries! This sucks as this is the best IP57 certified phone on the market!
Girl, 20 Jul 2012I can't wait for this phone!
See the battery? 1910mAh guys!!well, the battery is only 160mah more than xperia s, which is just a little improvement.
xperia s has already shown very bad battery life, so don't rise your hopes high that these 160mah will mean anything
Prateek, 20 Jul 2012Release in Indore .... can't wait ... best everhas t been released in india finally?
dasu, 19 Jul 2012I dont wait now.sony pleas launch in indore the great fone:-/Release in Indore .... can't wait ... best ever
sony sucks every one since the phones with same processors n gud r even low camera mobiles in samsung are using better battery back up n support than sony.......
i dont understand y sony want to suck evryone than updating with better battery backups.
and when can we expect a review of this phone from gsmarena? would you please, please, please review this phone? it's coming out with stock ICS so it's worth a review right?