alicall, 14 May 2013Xperia V × Xperia TX = Xperia ZRyou have any problem with that?
Anonymous, 14 May 2013Does is have a notification LED and where is it?notification LED is on the bottom of the phone,
below the on screen home button,
JUST like Xperia ZL :)
it looks elegant when the notification lights up
Anonymous, 14 May 2013does it hav hdmi port
It doesn't have the Micro HDMI port like the Xperia ARC or Xperia Acro S
Yes it has HDMI support via MHL :) like Xperia Z
you can purchase the MHL cable from 3$ to plug it to you TV
RonRon3050, 14 May 2013Support hdmi guys?Yes it has HDMI support via MHL :)
I wish it had an arc design those are the coolest designs i have ever seen on a phone
The battery must be giant to stand for 2 or three days before run out of. Its just only 2300mAh, sadly Sony should do to enhance duration long for users. Today, mobile devices with the screen bigger but not parallel with battery.
alicall, 14 May 2013Xperia V × Xperia TX = Xperia ZRAlmost Correct. x---->+. :)
SHAMIM LAHARWAL, 14 May 2013i purchased a sony xperia z recently for rs.36500/-.i have earlier used nokia,samsung,blackber... morei think u dnt know xperia z is a watter resistance mobile n all things!!!! Jst dip in watter :p n forget all:--) u must b cool!!:)
Experience the next step in Sony design and durability with Xperia ZR – the only smartphone that lets you film underwater in Full HD: AWESOME PHONE
i purchased a sony xperia z recently for rs.36500/-.i have earlier used nokia,samsung,blackberry,chinese brands etc but sony phone is the worst of all due to following reasons as such i donot recommend for its purchase by phone lovers
a.gets heated up instantly even on 3 minute call
b.is not reachable to the callers
c.gets hanged up frequently as such has to be restarted.
Tcool, 14 May 2013What is this piece of junk? No LTE, thicker than other latest phones with its 10.4mm depth,... moreTcool, it says up there that it will support LTE. Plus, it's not a flagship, but a downgrade of one, hence the not-awe-inspiring dimensions.
Tcool, 14 May 2013What is this piece of junk?
No LTE, thicker than other latest phones with its 10.4mm depth,... moreIt supports LTE, and it's thick cuz it has a big battery, and a removable cover, all the while being Water and dust proof.
Oh and EVERY single mobile LCD screen is a TFT, TFT refers to the structure of switches (transistors) used to power the LCD pixels. What you mean is called TN or twisted nematic (the earliest types of TFT displays), and this one doesn't have that, if it's anything like the screen on the Z or SP, then it's more than likely an e-IPS panel - basically a cheaper IPS panel technology that's easier to produce and manufacture, really wish Sony'd use proper IPS or OLED screens in their H2 phones though.
This is perhaps what Xperia SP should have been. I would rather take a dual core processor with 2GB RAM. Lets see how this beast fares in terms of battery. Surely its slightly worse than SP.