Sony ST26i leaks out, green globe logo nowhere to be seen
0. phoneArena 09 May 2012, 06:54 posted on
When it rains it usually pours with Sony Mobile-related news, and today is no exception. After the understated announcement of the Sony Xperia GX flagship and the thinnest LTE phone out there the Xperia SX for Japan, now another handset is making the unofficial rounds...
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1. FoneAddict (Posts: 257; Member since: 05 Jul 2011)
Competitors need to take Sony seriously now! Sony are back! More competition the better for all of us!
5. Fallout09 (Posts: 421; Member since: 17 Oct 2011)
What? Sony is back with over priced and under performing devices?
3. FoneAddict (Posts: 257; Member since: 05 Jul 2011)
Better looking than SGS3. That phone was dealt a deadly blow with the ugly stick!
4. hunted (Posts: 403; Member since: 21 Sep 2011)
i really love sony is back in the game to blow their competitors. Welcome back Sony :)
6. wendygarett (unregistered)
Sony, Im waiting you to beat oneX!!
9. paul5an (Posts: 12; Member since: 25 Nov 2011)
Xperia S already does beat One X in real-world usage.
7. yt6nin (Posts: 100; Member since: 16 Nov 2011)
If this is indeed not the GX, then the GX is better specs-wise, but I like the physical design of this phone as well. Only let downs are the specs... May be my next smartphone's a Sony... Unless the One X or SGSIII really attracts me more. I really hate the physical design of the SGSIII, and the One X supports a "meh" list of specs, imho... HTC could've at least done a little more to push it as the beast smartphone of their One Series... The SGSIII is intriguing w/their features (software-, hard-, and accerssory-wise), but the physical design is kind of keeping me away from it. The back is just outrageous from look at the photos, at least the One X looks a lot better, but can't really say for sure until I lay my hands on all the phones I want to have and try them out... Hopefully the iPhone 5 isn't a major upgrade from the 4S, otherwise mostly sticking with Android for a while. The variety results in competition and a difficult consumer choice, one of the good problems of Android =)
13. kastor (Posts: 43; Member since: 15 Jan 2012)
why wtf,phone is perfect,just if price will be lower,wh all phones must be top,we need some mid range and low range phones
11. Jyakotu (Posts: 844; Member since: 12 Dec 2008)
I always wondered why Sony needed Ericsson in the first place. Without them, they seem to be doing WAY better. I really think Sony can become a serious competitor once again with these new devices. I'm a HUGE Sony fan, so I'm crossing my fingers. :)