rigelstuff, 10 Oct 2012Sony is becoming like Samsung, cranking out phone after phone. The Xperia V has practically th... moreLets see,
Xperia Acro S - Xperia V
12.1 mp - 13.1 mp
Xperia ion design - Xperia Arc design
Snapdragon - Krait
xLoud - Clear audio+
Bravia Engine - Bravia Engine 2
shutter key - no shutter key
They're not the same. They have a lot of differences. But since they have the same screen size & IP57 certified, its like an upgrade of Acro S. :)
why xperia v and j no more front down name XPERIA and back no sony ericsson logo
:( :( .
rigelstuff, 10 Oct 2012Sony is becoming like Samsung, cranking out phone after phone. The Xperia V has practically th... moreno, they're not..the V is based on the arc design, and has more rounded edges..better CPU and GPU..
Sony is becoming like Samsung, cranking out phone after phone. The Xperia V has practically the same specs as the Acro S, with an incremental upgrade to the camera, and a replaceable battery. Otherwise they're virtually identical.
tgw123, 09 Oct 2012Just an opinion of course but personally I think the Xperia V looks OK, certainly much nicer t... moreAs far as i know, neither Orange nor O2 will release it with contract..it will be available sim-free through clove.uk (theres no price yet)..
ShinskyDaDon, 08 Oct 2012No HDMI, Secondary Cam VGA only. No much reason to upgrade from an Xperia S. Plus internal mem... moreJust an opinion of course but personally I think the Xperia V looks OK, certainly much nicer than the previous Xperia models like the S which do not really seem to have been designed at all, tith the contents just having been stuffed into a rectangular box with sharp edges and corners that are likely to make holes in pockets.
Anyway, the greatest facet of the Xperia V for me is the fact that is dust-proof and water-resistant. Such phones are not surprisingly very popular in Japan. The question is: will any UK network take up the V and release it here. I certainly hope so and I knoiw others are hoping they will too.
No HDMI, Secondary Cam VGA only. No much reason to upgrade from an Xperia S. Plus internal memory is on the downside although you can upgrade. Quite lucklastre design too.
KHALED, 04 Oct 2012now we need some one to help us both :$ sorry :pIts for the dock, used to connect TV's, keyboard, etc. while charging the phone. Sony mid to high-end phones have these feature. They call it "Smart Dock" (like the Smart Tags) however, it is not included in the box.
Look at the Xperia P dock here,
i checked the price at idealo.de. the price should be around 579 euro which would be heavy. for 500 euros i am in!
Is the screen better than Xperia P without whitemagic?
Actually i don't need the brightest, just want a superior display. So Sony is this better?
You've got the size at my sweet spot.
Based on the prices of Xperia ion LTE and Xperia acro S, the Xperia V would range between 340 to 460 EUR. But for sure it would be lower than what the price of the Xperia T is which is £400 or more.
Hope they launch it soon.Make sure sony ppl release it in Asia.Since its a good phone, it is well estimated to cost a lot of $$$$
superdenz-215, 05 Oct 2012Is the 1750 mAh battery removable?
Also, early shipments of this handset would start on Dec... more"Interestingly for a water and dust proof handset, you can take the back off the Xperia V, giving you access to the full-size SIM card slot and REMOVABLE battery "
So Yes, the battery is replaceable :)