help_me, 10 Apr 2012I really love the specs on the Sony Xperia S, and even though the graphics cards lacks slightl... moreIf it helps you i made a video recording at Qlimax 2011 with my xperia arc and a friend with his SG2. When we started to watch them i saw some tears from his eyes. The bass at that concert was incredibble and his phone recorded bzzz bzzz brrr... The sound on my arc in flawless. So i guess for this one should be even better. good luck with your choice but i`m waiting for tuesday to pick up my new SXS :X
Hemant, 11 Apr 20121) Battery Drain very fast if there is no use or no sim inside phone 2)Internal storage is no... moreBro don`t get me wrong but if you want pictures you have digital cameras, dslr, etc. To take a picture with some friends or a 1080P@30fps video, plus 32gb memmory is more than you need on a phone... my oppinion.
sahil, 11 Apr 2012i like this phone. we have compare this set to samsung galaxy s2 .
Its a good phone.it only doesn't take sd card. looks good just bulky.is this sahil ebrahim from zim chicken legs.
Unreal, 13 Apr 2012Hey sri, Even iam having the same issue ... tell me what needs to be done The rest of the ram that you don't see is being used by the android system itself. I do find it rather interesting though, that on Sony's Dev Blog they explain how ICS uses 340 mb, while it seems their gingerbread version is using 360. All in all though, you shouldn't have to worry about it, since 400 free is really good and even phones like Galaxy Nexus have the same.
TN604, 13 Apr 2012To all who have this phone, hows the battery compared to the Iphone 4S. From Vancouver =)I'm using both. iPhone 4S has better battery life. I have expected Sony Xperia S to be less battery life considering its huge and HD screen but I love my SXS most because of its amazing Reality Bravia HD screen and its 12megapixel camers ang faster processor. But in fairness to my iPhone 4S, its 8megapixel camera is stunning and decent compare to S2 and of course the Retina display of Apple is always superb.
darkstar, 13 Apr 2012Right I'm hoping to get this phone, forgive my ignorance but what is that grey box on the bott... moreHi Darkstar.
The grey 'box' area is a transparent section which houses the phone antenna. Stylish! Note that the 'buttons' printed on there are merely indicators for the 3 dots above them, not actual buttons in and of themselves.
There are paid apps on Android BUT there are also thousands of free apps available.
The Xperia S can be rooted\unlocked.
The grey bar is actually an antenna, you can see wire grid inside it. The grey bar also light up every time you push the 3 dots button, look stylish a little bit (for me)especially in the dark. Not all apps need to buy, there're a lot free apps in Android market. But, most popular/professional apps needs to buy like Office Suite Pro
Hey this is terrible ,
On India's website it says RAM is 512 MB for Xperia S as compared to the 1 GB being said everywhere. We are not gonna pay you for 512 MB . You just lost a fan .
Right I'm hoping to get this phone, forgive my ignorance but what is that grey box on the bottom of the phone?
I'm an iPhone user and well Android market is new to me, do most apps cost money? And bit cheeky but is there a way to unlock this phone to all networks?
As I was hoping to remove the firmware and see if I can put the ICS4 on and find a way to unlock it.
bravia in action .only sony what,s the pic quality ,loock musthttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gjZNJcVlkBA
Hi.. I got my Xperia S 2 days back, When i checked my RAM usage in "Running service" it shows 224MB used and 400MB free. So i got totally 624MB RAM instead of 0.98GB or 1 GB?? Did anyone face this issue??
Finally Sony Xperia S is launched in India after very long wait. Hope it will do good in Indian market. But the price would be a concern. Lets see. Also hope will compete Samsung phone..
Qonquistador, 11 Apr 2012Pretty cool phone, if you ask meI didn't really ask you