Repentant Sony Ericsson vouches that it has learned from its Android mistakes
0. phoneArena 13 Jan 2011, 03:39 posted on
The Sony Ericsson Xperia arc will seemingly be the first handset from a new and improved Android lineup, where Sony will apply what it has learned from its mistakes with Android, said Steve Walker, the acting head of marketing over at Sony Ericsson...
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1. ellistiu911 (Posts: 30; Member since: 18 Jul 2009)
True that Sony produces one of the best camera sensor's out there. .
2. ribbonsalmark (Posts: 84; Member since: 06 Jan 2011)
Even if Sony Repents for it lack of updates last year, it doesnt mean anything for X10A user right now as there is no updates for X10A users in the United States. If Sony really wants to talk about repenting then it should release the 2.1 update to every one and ignore AT&T and push the update through PC Companion of SEUS. This way they might be able to save some face and look like the hero and make AT&T the villain that it is.
3. stbutt (unregistered)
Sony messed up again big time. Not enough I
nternal memory for apps. I've got a HTC Desire and I've run out of internal memory even though most of my apps are moved to SD card. Just shows proves how most of these top paid employers haven't got a clue about the mobile market and their products.
5. uk786 (Posts: 47; Member since: 30 Dec 2009)
That's a fair point, I have got a Desire so I can understand how you feel.
The best solution is to install a custom ROM like villain 12 which has APPS2SD so you partition your memory card and the apps go there.
4. Alv (unregistered)
Hope they learn, and don't make the same mistakes again , their product software updates arrive too late (if they do arrive)!
X10 user without Froyo !
6. locivic (unregistered)
i love SE .. they need 2 get the updates fast .. i mean FAST ...
i hope SE not having hearing problem with their consumers ... they make good phones and the cameras r pretty good ...
com'on SE ... ACT RIGHT AND FAST !!! ... dont disapoint me ..
7. cadetz (unregistered)
at least they are willing to admit
unlike some companies say it's the customer's fault >.>
8. Wardski (unregistered)
The common sense approach when learning from your mistakes SE, is to FIX DA FURKERS first then move on...
Time to suck it up cupcake
SE, you should know that we as users have also learned from our mistakes - NEVER BUY AN SE DEVICE AGAIN!!
9. downphoenix (Posts: 2586; Member since: 19 Jun 2010)
If Sony truly learned, they would also release their phones on a carrier besides AT&T.