Rocky Robinson, 12 Sep 2012just a perfect touch.... ;) watz the relesing date plz...?Q4..just hope it will be soon, like october & NOT december..can't wait!!
Nice and very resistant phone
what is the price tag, probably release of the product, and if it is removable battery?....
love the water n dust resistance feature....hope its chlorine resistant cos will love to take it for a swim..
standby time is 400h....it has radio...but it is krait processor and what about HSDPA andHSUPA speed
Atiq, 06 Sep 2012Guys, From me, it was much better with Sonyericsson than Sony! That design... That sophistica... moreAgree with! I own an Xperia S now, but I liked better the SE Xperia Arc, ESPECIALLY THE CAMERA. The camera of the XS has serious focusing issues and poor lowlight performance, Arc was way better.
it has FM Radio with RDS publishers..
vish, 05 Sep 2012Relally bad experiance i have purchased the xperia U but this phone is having lot of touch pro... morewell a smartphone's only as smart as the person who uses it.
i've had the privilege to use a SGS2, SE Xperia's (ray,arc,arcS,mini pro), Galaxy Ace, Galaxy Note, iPhone 4S and Nokia Lumia, but so far none of the other manufacturers outdid the Xperia's video quality.
i know that no matter how good a phone's specs are, we would still complain about a thing or two missing. At least Sony is brave enough to create their own, not just copy another brand's work. hmm...
it's best for people like you to at least try and make it work. it's just a touch screen problem and it's easy to fix (provided that you didn't physically damaged your device for the touch screen not to work)
people who buy android devices should not complain about such simple issues.
For what it's worth, Sony's a great brand and you should try to get to know your phone more.
If android is too complicated for you, then by all means, get yourself a crApple afterall, Android was made by geeks for geeks, and crApple was made from copying other people's work by dummies and incorporating "Smartphones for dummies" to it for dummies. :)