petersunil, 05 Mar 2013Folks, need to make a choice between nokia lumia 620 & xperia GO. Any suggestions ???Go 4 lum620
Hi i m using this phone for around a month.Everything is great when i upgraded it to ics.but its RAM is showing only 389MB while on specs. it says it has 512MB?Can anyone tell me how to fix this.Do reply.thanks
The Sony Xperia Go unfortunately only has one camera and no video calling capability, this is a shame cos its an awesome phone. Also the phone in my opinion could have been a bit louder.
ragul, 04 Mar 2013guy buy :) is xperia go worth
buying.. ?? i cant choose btwn xperia go and samsung galaxy s d... moreI got this phone for almost 3 months now. I am very pleased with it. Its a practical phone for a nice price. A simple thing the back of the phone lies nice in the hand. Also that ít's waterproof makes a big differens. I also have a string attach to it wenn it falls out my hand it wil not fall on the ground.
i just review the specs of this phone.. it's a good phone but rep told me that it's not advisable to sink phone to the water / it's just happned that you need to make sure that all the port is sealed right??
Folks, need to make a choice between nokia lumia 620 & xperia GO. Any suggestions ???
Jasim, 05 Mar 2013How is the battery backup between xperia go and miro?
This is my final decision to buy...
Pl... moreI think Sony Xperia is a fabulous mobile...Its touch is. incredible..and video clearity is awesome as it has bravia engine...
I am downloaded so many heavy games but still its processor runs very fast..Camera clearity is better than Samsung mobiles..
Best thing is it is Waterproof and it has Scrachless screen
This set is far better than Other Samsung sets
How is the battery backup between xperia go and miro?
This is my final decision to buy...
Please help me...
nithin3, 04 Mar 2013is this phone worth buying ??? can any1 help me in choosing btwn galaxy s duod and xperia go ??well sony experia would just be worth buying if you buy a galaxy s it is not water proff and scratch resistance so it is easy to break and it is android too..
the difference is just on stability
Sony Go is awesome & its a water proff & its well done phone & im enjoying it very well..Worth for money buy it soon.
is this phone worth buying ??? can any1 help me in choosing btwn galaxy s duod and xperia go ??
guy buy :) is xperia go worth
buying.. ?? i cant choose btwn xperia go and samsung galaxy s duos... pls help me ....
How's the sound quality? Is it loud enough? And if I use skype using this phone the rear camera will be used? Or totally you cant make videocall?
How is the battery backup of xperia go comparing to xperia miro?
Which is better?
I am confused to buy...
Any one reply pls...?
DREDWORX, 04 Mar 2013hi there, maybe this can help :) Pixels per inch (PPI) or pixel density is a measurement o... moreThankes alot :) ... but that means that the resolution in Xperia Go isn't very good or is it good with phone specifications ?
ziad khaled, 04 Mar 2013can anyone tell me pliiz what 165 PPI Density mean ? it's very low in Xperia Go hi there,
maybe this can help :)
Pixels per inch (PPI) or pixel density is a measurement of the resolution of devices in various contexts: typically computer displays, image scanners, and digital camera image sensors.
PPI can also describe the resolution, in pixels, of an image to be printed within a specified space. Note, the unit is not square inches. For instance, a 100×100 pixel image that is printed in a 1-inch square has a resolution of 100 pixels per inch (PPI). Used in this way, the measurement is meaningful when printing an image. It has become commonplace to refer to PPI as DPI, which is incorrect because PPI always refers to input resolution. Good quality photographs usually require 300 pixels per inch, at 100% size, when printed onto coated paper stock, using a printing screen of 150 lines per inch (lpi). This delivers a quality factor of 2, which delivers optimum quality. The lowest acceptable quality factor is considered to be 1.5, which equates to printing a 175ppi image using a 150 lpi screen onto coated paper. Screen frequency is determined by the type of paper that the image is to be printed on. An absorbent paper surface, uncoated recycled paper for instance, will allow the droplets of ink to spread (dot gain), and so requires a more open printing screen. Input resolution can therefore be reduced in order to minimise file size without any loss in quality, as long as the quality factor of 2 is maintained. This is easily determined by doubling the line frequency. For example, printing on an uncoated paper stock often limits the printing screen frequency to no more than 120 lpi, therefore, a quality factor of 2 is achieved with images of 240 ppi.