Kreztle, 22 Dec 2012Frm d specification multitouch is four fingers pls what does it mean
At the same time you can touch with 4 fingers & phone will respond upto four fingers.
Ex. like you are playing Fruit ninja you can chop 4 fruits at same time using 4 fingers.It is helpful while gaming.
Hope you got it.
Frm d specification multitouch is four fingers pls what does it mean
Sundar Pichai, 21 Dec 2012As the main element of JB update is Project Butter which mainly focuses on interface smoothnes... moreWhat exactly is the Project Butter based on? Number of processor cores? RAM? GPU? Screen resolution?
(1) It's safe to say that Dual-core processor of U and Sola has advantage over crappy single-core outdated processor of J.
(2) J, U, Sola all the three have got 512 MB RAM and share same screen resolution. This is where GPU comes into the play. While U and Sola have got Mali-400, J has got the shitty Adreno 200. It doesn't take a genius to conclude that Mali-400 can push all those pixels more efficiently and without any lag compared to Adreno 200.
Despite this, Sony plans to upgrade J to Jelly Bean while U and Sola are given wooden spoon.
As the main element of JB update is Project Butter which mainly focuses on interface smoothness.Now as Xperia U has a high resolution of 480*854 and just 512MB RAM it will not be able to run JB satisfactorily. None of the other phones receiving this update have 512MB RAM and this much resolution. Regarding the phones having Qualcomm processor I am not quite sure how they are managing the JB. There must be something better in Snapdragon than in the Novathor (which I am unable to find).That can only be the plausible explanation.
I can only understand that the excuse given by Sony is made in a view to boost the mediocre sales of Xperia Go and J. With U and Sola being sold like hot cakes, Sony seems to take things for granted and is assuming that people will go on to buy them despite of the lack of Jelly Bean. Such a cheap shot it is. Whatever happened to 'Providing support to all models for AT LEAST 18 months'.
One more important thing to notice here is, U and Sola, despite being 2012 phones, have been shipped with Gingerbread out of the box which was released in early 2011. Even the ICS update provided was actually released in 2011 by Google. So, as a matter of fact, Sony just provided the 2011 software to its 2012 portfolio and yet trying to showcase as if it really supported most of its models.
I have upgraded my phone o ICS. I have also done the reset. But the phone still gets slow a lot of times. A lot of time it hangs miserably and then I have to remove the battery and restart. What should be done?
xperia U m.r.k, 21 Dec 2012how is I update my new xperia U ics I don't have computer please tell me friendsYou really need a computer to update the U to ICS. I am not sure about in other countries/regions but here in philippines for sure its not available OTA.
Its important to update the U to ICS 4.0.4 because of the Gingerbread WIFI issues this phone experiences on some wifi networks with high security. My wife was not going to upgrade her Xperia U to ICS (because its so fast and smooth on Gingerbread) but the Wifi issues gave her no choice. Lucky the upgrade didnt affect performance much, if at all, its good. Facebook Inside Xperia will be disabled after upgrade to avoid performance issues but it will ask you if you want to enable it again.
solly85, 21 Dec 2012guys I am soooooii confused sar rate in this device considered reall high than the normal 1.62... moreAs you say, 1.62 would be illegal (though not necessarily dangerous, since safety margins are ALWAYS built into things like this). So since the Xperia U is NOT illegal, it's an error. The real FCC-measured SAR (confirmed from FCC report) is 1.09, which is higher than some but not as high as many. The Euro SAR is 1.22 (legal limit 2.0, measured differently). Relax, it's really rather average.
guys I am soooooii confused sar rate in this device considered reall high than the normal 1.62w I dont know is this company got crazy it is soooooo dangerous and will have a bad effect sure on the users the moderate rate must not exceed 1w/k any body contact me to discuss please
xperia U m.r.k, 21 Dec 2012how is I update my new xperia U ics I don't have computer please tell me friendsSmall over the air updates can arrive directly on your phone. To carry out an upgrade to ICS will require a desktop or laptop computer, so you would need to find a friend or colleague willing to assist. For best results use Sony Update Service (Windows), Bridge (Mac) or try using the website at http://www.sonymobile.com/global-en/software/phones/xperia-u/.
how is I update my new xperia U ics I don't have computer please tell me friends
Anonymous, 21 Dec 2012memory is low, just 2/3 running apps and only 40MB memory available. also it shows total memor... moreDon't worry about low memory if performance is OK. Unlike many systems Android (because it's based on Linux) makes the most of available memory. Only a few MB free is not necessarily a bad thing - it means that apps you have used recently are ready to be re-used and not waste time and battery reloading. So long as they are sleeping at 0% CPU there is no problem.
I am using this phone for last one month...the problem i am facing is with camera in dark.It is giving red eye when I m using it in dark.Even on selecting red eye reduction option it is giving white eye...can anyone plz suggest wht to do to get good pics?
just updated to ICS battery sucks,,
Plz help me with some good battery saving options,,,