2012-03-02 06:36 PM
2012-03-04 07:57 AM
XPERIA ION / XPERIA S stand nowhere in front of this http://www.htc.com/in/smartphones/htc-one-x/#specs
1.5ghz quad core
captures image in 0.7 seconds
Capture a photo in the midst of recording HD video
and many more
HD 4.7 inch
and about nokia pure 808,,,,,, don;t wanna talk about it,,,,
2012-03-04 08:51 AM
hmm... but the only thing i find good in htc one x is the quad core processor////
even the xperia s is capable of capturing images in less than a second....
capturing while recording , nah , if you do this you might disturb the video recording also
xperia ion and s has HD screen :smileywink:
as far as nokia 808 is concerned.. it just has the camera and nothing else , at the end of the day android rules...
2012-03-06 08:59 PM
I want to truly test the S/Ion and see if they really take pictures that fast, my Arc used to take pictures quite fast one after the next but the more pictures I've took the longer it takes to allow me to take a new picture, and the camera takes forever to load, I wonder if that will be the case with the Ion/S that if you don't have any other apps, or you aren't running any other app then it will take pictures quite fast, but once you've taken few thousand pictures and videos then it'll slow down
2012-03-07 06:04 AM
agree , if we have more than a 1000 images , the phone lagged like anything , i reported this in some thread....
camera , its ok , startup time's good to me but yes it can be improved..
are you kidding arc takes great pics , while others take 1 pic , i'd taken 3-4 pics
i love the speed ,
i don't know where ion will store..
2012-03-07 06:45 AM
3-4 over compressed pictures
I can't believe I missed my chance to ask Sony questions about their new Xperias and the 2011 Xperias oh well
Sony Xperia - Thanks for the comment and the compression of images is something we are in discussion in our development teams but today do not have a more firm answer. - Nik
Still not good enough, we need solutions