MEGALOMAN, 12 Apr 2013So you think playing Temple Run2 also not possible, coz this phone lacks inbuilt Temple Run2 ?Then u tell me ' how can we edit word, excel, pdf files? Can we download MS office from the net? Specs of this phone shows it has document viwer. But in some other phone's specs i hv seen both the document viewer & document editor features...
Anonymous, 12 Apr 2013Editing of documents not possible. All sony phones lacks inbuilt document editor feature..... So you think playing Temple Run2 also not possible, coz this phone lacks inbuilt Temple Run2 ?
Editing of documents not possible. All sony phones lacks inbuilt document editor feature.....
Vincent Vega, 12 Apr 2013Well, same about the language.
I have never seen any android running device mentioning... moreUmm,No i haven't.those preview devices had quite a few things stored in them already.so maybe that.but u can't say what is that space for when u can't understand the language can you ?
No point confusing over what's not understandable
Ed007, 12 Apr 2013It's not written in the language that i understand but i am guessing that the 1.5 gb of partit... moreWell, same about the language.
I have never seen any android running device mentioning "system storage" capacity when settings>storage has been clicked.
It always started with either "Phone memory" or "Internal storage".
bytheway, I really wish if your guess comes true :)
jkfooty, 12 Apr 2013Yes, someone please clear this thing outThe way sony puts it -
8 gb total flash storage.
- 5.6 gb is "free" for the user.u can install apps or store ur media content in this area.previously this area was also divided into two parts.one for app storage only and one for media contents only.now it's unified.so u can store whatever u want in it now which gives u more room to install apps as opposed to earlier sony devices that had a fixed 2 gb allocation for app storage.
- the remaining area beside that 5.6 gb is for the system and is locked.it is where the OS is installed(the preinstalled OS itself takes about 1.2 gb) as well as the preloaded sony specific and other popular apps/bloatware (which vary from region to region).some area is also free in this locked partition but not accessible to the user.it is meant for updates(since updates usually take more space than original).
Vincent Vega, 12 Apr 2013Sorry for the link !
Secondly while going through the white-paper earlier, I thought the same... moreIt's not written in the language that i understand but i am guessing that the 1.5 gb of partition that u r talking about is the "system storage" - the space where the Android OS is preinstalled.this part is locked for the user.the 5.6 gb partition is a separate thing for storing ur installed apps or media.
I don't think white paper can go wrong.we'll find out soon enough about that.
Ed007, 12 Apr 2013Your link didn't work.anyways i don't know man it was mentioned in the white paper of xperia l... moreSorry for the link !
Secondly while going through the white-paper earlier, I thought the same as you.
But that video made me little confused.
You should check Ed007.
Vincent Vega, 11 Apr 2013sorry to inform man, but still L has got 1.5GB of phone memory to install apps followed by int... moreYour link didn't work.anyways i don't know man it was mentioned in the white paper of xperia l that all of the free space is available for apps.i said that purely on the basis of info given in the white paper.
sorry to inform man, but still L has got 1.5GB of phone memory to install apps followed by internal memory of 5.8GB.
Go through a video on youtube named "Sony Xperia L - пред&#1074;арительн&#1099;й обзо&#1088; (preview)" by mobiltelefonru.
and hit the pause button at 06:25
Sony has improved it's flash storage management as well.
Previously the app installation was limited to 2 gb only on it's highend phones.even on xperia p that had 11 gb user available space(out of total 16 gb) only 2 gb was for apps.rest space was for media flies only.
Now they've removed that restriction.
U can install apps on all the 5.6 gb free space(out of 8 gb) on the xperia l.and there's an sd card expansion too.
Sendhizh, 10 Apr 2013Will this mobile able to play 1080p and 720p videos? Or it won't able to play like Xperia j mobile?yes, it can play full hd 1080p videos.although performance wise it beats xperia p.
inr 18k for this is truly expensive...Its SONY after all with crap software issues..also its replacement to xp U which was cheaper...also reading its codename c210x theres no cheaper phone expect xperia E in its booth...so it literally cant be expensive...Regarding 8 mp camera its been midrange mainstream like earlier 5mp ones(see lg htc also made low mid range 8mp phone...maybe 8mp sensors have become cheaper..nd ovious coz high end have move to 12mp) SO THIS SHOULD NOT BE EXPENSIVE
Sendhizh, 10 Apr 2013Will this mobile able to play 1080p and 720p videos?
Or it won't able to play like Xperia j mobile?Hopefully :-D
Dual Core 1GHz + "latest" Adreno 305
Same market segment like SGS3Mini
Xperia L has bigger screen, no idea about pricing :-D
Xperia J lag too often.