Sony Experia T , Any good?
Really need a good camera, screen and internet, Strava compatibility too.
I just got an Experia T handset last week, it's goood..I did have to grumpily accept that I couldn't afford some of the handsets mentioned ^^^ before I opened my eyes and tried it. Not sure about the the Strava compatibilty bit the OP mentions but it handles all tasks really well. I like the fact it's got:
an SD card slot,
it's processor is dual core not quad core - My battery seems to hold on to it's juice better.
It has a proper camera button on the side. Button press to shutter speed is quick too.
It's ace if you're left handed as the buttons are all along the bottom rhs, so one handed operation from out the pocket is easy- provided you got bigish paws.
It's a piece of P1ss to set up -I'm not tecchie but I did all of it without using any 'help' or 'how to' guides. A testament to how intuitive it is to use.
Multitasks no problem whatsoever, doesn't slow down noticeably to me.
Its £20 a month on Orange, free handset AND a docking stn that puts it on landscape mode and looks posy whist on charge
I don't like it because:
It's not TOP end,there are better phones out there - this is down to the 'I want' mentality which creeps in though, and is a load of B*ll*x.
It seems to get a bit tempermental at detecting my wifi @ home from time to time.
The sony browser seems a bit pointless when chrome is installed on there too.
Adjusting the screen brightness seems to be a bit long winded.
Using the camera; pictures of fast moving objects still blur.
Ok, maybe because it's not quad core, sometimes graphics seems to lag a teensy bit while using the touchscreen to slide things like volume controls.
So far, I'm happy I got it for two years -but that's a long time in development terms for phone spec's and it'll be tomor's slow boat. But aren't they all? It gets a demanding time with me and will do everyday. The Experia T is certainly up to the job IMO