Taurtion, 15 Jan 2012Based on a research done by Qualcomm using an average of Industry benchmarks composed of Neoco... moreI think you have been reading the wrong reviews, on the benchmark tests with phones it shows Mali 400 to be second fastest after the iphone 4s, the adreno 220 Is miles behind, and my friend has the HTC sensation XE running at the same resolution and the games run on my s2 are miles smoother whereas the HTC can't even play some games without lagging
Anonymous, 16 Jan 2012whts the price and when it will be launchingit might set you back around $718-$725 depending on the region... but Clove UK is taking pre-orders for 467.99 pounds($717.45)
No external sd card, 12 mp and 1080 vid recording, that's a lot of memory. GS2 is the best
thumbs up for sony..
I really like the design..
too bad it only has bluetooth 2.1..
by the way, is it real ??
I mean the Sony Ericsson liquid logo is still there..
isn't the msm8260 snapdragon S3 and the adreno 220 too slow for ICS and games in general ? afterall the phone's got a 720*1280 screen resolution!!
if you at this phone you could see the same form factor as the satio you would have to take long look at it
As usual Sony(Ericsson) dares to put out nice and unique design. I really like it, too many is copying the iPhone-design.
It has killer specs with the 12Mpix Camera on top. My Arc is taking descent pictures in dark areas, and this one has next generetion Exmor R-sensor. I think this Camera will take the crown among Android phones.
Needless to say, I want it!
The only thing missing is the Xperia Plays dedicated gaming-buttons. =)
I hate the sealed battery. It's the biggest drawback of this phone. If Sony want a sturdy build quality, then why can't they just work with their camera division and add a flap like on cameras to slot your battery in?
Anonymous, 15 Jan 2012For your information this phone has LED display @ 1280x720. It is considered as an upgrade eve... moreI already have a unit that has an 800 by 1280 HD Super AMOLED screen. I figure LED backlit dense LCD of the Xperia S would consume more electricity than a super AMOLED type, especially the Xperia's battery just slightly up than the Galaxy S' original battery. You can replace the Galaxy S' battery to a higher capacity of 2000 mAh. Just look at the Xperia S' irreplacable battery usage time. It's like less than half my Galaxy Note's usage time. You would worry about running our of power most of the time. No fun in that.
TMach, 15 Jan 2012The problem I have is my Galaxy Nexus is, of course 16gb which I detest. I thought they would ... moreAfter giving this conundrum some thought, I am leaning towards the White Xperia S for the following reasons, £100 cheaper, 32gb eMMC plus 50gb cloud storage! Is the Galaxy Nexus really £100 better than this piece of Kit??
TheNeighbor, 14 Jan 2012The Galaxy Note actually lasts a good 15 to 18 hours on an average use for me. This is with 1 ... moreThe problem I have is my Galaxy Nexus is, of course 16gb which I detest. I thought they would not release the 32gb version in Europe. Just wondering whether to get the 32gb version of G Nexus or the Xperia S. Love the specs of the Xperia S but love the form and functionality of the Nexus......Advice please????/