Has Any user of the xperia v ever experienced the sleep of death issue??
Rohan, 24 Jan 2013When is Xperia V going to be released in India and what would be the expected price??I think Sony is not going to launch this phone in India else it would have been displayed as Coming soon on Sony-India website just like the Xperia Z. So i just ordered the phone from sgbest.com. Will receive the phone by today (hopefully) and it cost me 30.7k including the shipment.
when will sony xperia v will be avialable in india its been mounths since it has announched it.
When is Xperia V going to be released in India and what would be the expected price??
SonyMobile UK Support have confirmed this phone is not going on sale in the UK :-(
Anonymous, 23 Jan 2013Xperia Acro S has a S3 processor while this has an S4 processor. Big difference.thank you very much! you've helped a lot.. :D
wut, 23 Jan 2013why is V is more expensive than acro s?? acro s has bigger internal memory...the other specs a... moreThe V has a newer chipset compared to the Acro which means, improved quality, better battery life, better in everything. The internal memory shouldn't make a huge difference in price because flash memory in general is very cheap these days.
why is V is more expensive than acro s?? acro s has bigger internal memory...the other specs are just the same...
renz..., 22 Jan 2013battery discharge fast even on standby mode!!? S0NY should look to this problem ASAP. Mine works well. When in standby mode, it drains just 8% for 7hrs when I'm sleeping. While it just drains 2% when "Extended standby mode" is turned on.
Since Xperia V was delayed to end of January in some countries, like Europe, to come out with jelly bean out of the box, maybe gsmarena is waiting for it to make the review... Correct me if I'm wrong
Siddig, 22 Jan 2013Hi I had this V last few days ago. battery at 12pm was 65% when I wakeup morning the Phone i... morebattery discharge fast even on standby mode!!? S0NY should look to this problem ASAP.
Are phones with non removable battery better or phones with removable battery. Especially Smartphones. Please suggest.
Synonymous, 22 Jan 2013Before GSMA finishes its review, I'll give you my personal review. I think somethings wrong wi... moreBenchmarks:
Quadrant - 6038
Sunspider - 1169
AnTuTu - 10903
Overall I'll give this phone 8/10. A little bit disappointed with the battery. I'm ok with the VGA front cam cause I'm not usually using front cam for taking pictures. Eagerly waiting for the JB update and will see how the battery will improve. This smartphone is pretty decent if you cant handle well the 5" 1080p displaysmartphone trend.
LUIGUIDBZ, 18 Jan 2013we need the review of this smartphoneBefore GSMA finishes its review, I'll give you my personal review. I think somethings wrong with GSMArena's XV and I want to clarify that notification area "CAN" be pulled down even in lockscreen mode.
Camera is above average: 9/10
Web browsing is excellent: 10/10
Gaming is above average: 9/10
Sound quality: 8/10
Battery depends on usage: 7/10
Screen is amazing: 9/10
Quadrant - 60
Really interested in buying a smartphone. My options are Xperia V and Xperia Z. The specs for Z are really amazing but the only problem is that the battery is not removable, whereas in xperia V the battery is removable. Everybody says that phones with removable battery is much better than vice versa. Plz suggest.