is this support on the go?
then how about the screen? is it okay? (without led backlit under the sunlight)
when is it coming to india?? please gimme some information anybody ..am eagrly waiting here..
Pilok, 07 Oct 2012Philippine telecom companies don't offer Sony phones on any of their deals. I wonder why...Thats good. I dont like a phone that everyone else have coz they got it for free from Smart Network by signing a 2 year contract. And even if i wanted that i cant have operator lock, i need my phone to be openline for all SIMs, these phones cannot easily be openlined in the street vendors for 400 pesos.
Philippine telecom companies don't offer Sony phones on any of their deals. I wonder why...
Hi, could I have some opinions on whether this phone would be a good choice to buy or not, I have had an htc wildfire for the past while & would be grateful if someone could advise if this phone is any better and whether it would be worth my while buying it. Thanks
Lloyd, 06 Oct 2012Guys one question, whats the difference between ICS and Jellybean? the JB is the updated version of ICS
Anonymous, 05 Oct 2012I dont think gorilla glass is important. I had my Xperia Pro for almost a year and no visible ... moreI would like to think that Gorilla Glass is just a mere marketing gimmick. Aside from using Sony Xperia S, I am also using HTC Sensation and it has Gorilla Glass but got fine scratches on the screen
slumberzwatt, 05 Oct 2012i will getting this one if it has more than 1.5GHZ CPU. i'm using Xperia S with 1.5GHZ CPU but... morehey its because of its OS. if it was jelly bean it'll be lag free. but T is ICS out of the box. unlike S. and an s4 chip.
Ball-Breaker, 05 Oct 2012Non-removable battery? I hate this new strategy coming from all sides (Sony, LG, Motorola, Nok... morehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Planned_obsolescence It's just marketing...
Lloyd, 05 Oct 2012This is one hell of a phone but I think they should also go w/ the corning gorilla glass like ... moreI dont think gorilla glass is important. I had my Xperia Pro for almost a year and no visible scratches when backlit.
However i see the drop tests, SGS3 shatters like crazy with corner impacts, and they didnt have problems breaking iphone 5 as well. Non-gorilla phones seem to not break so easily.
Look up some torture tests in youtube of Xperia Active. So many people used to say "wow gorilla is so strong", but the Active has Dragon Trail glass, theres no way Gorilla would have survived that long, its much to crisp to handle IMPACTS.
Its simple as this: The harder it is, the more crisp it is as well. The softer it is, the more flexible.
Sony has good scratch resistance, and they dont shatter that easily as SGS3 and ip5, there are advantages, i do not want gorilla glass on a big display.
Non-removable battery? I hate this new strategy coming from all sides (Sony, LG, Motorola, Nokia). It seems manufacturers want us to change out phones ASAP. At 800 charge cycles, a phone with a good battery capacity would last about 3 years (top).
I don't wanna pay 600 bucks for a phone that doesn't allow me to extend its life... I could do better with a 250$ mid-ranged tweakable phone with a replaceable battery. I'd still be waiting for a true flagship that deserves my hard-earned pay.