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itsjustJOH Posts: > 500


Yuga/Odin will be shown at MWC, Dogo at CES. No 1080p screen phone at CES. Of course if Sony decides to show all 3 - Dogo, Odin and Yuga at CES then I may be proved wrong

Though I wonder why nobody talked about the score, 60 fps with Full HD resolution. Xperia T/TX/V score 60 fps with 720p, and Xperia S scores 39
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What about Dogo?
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Posted: 2012-10-14 18:27:24
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randomuser Posts: > 500

Think of Dogo as a bigger Xperia V with Quad Core krait. (4.6 inch 720p screen, not 1080p)
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Posted: 2012-10-14 18:39:28
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DACHA Posts: > 500

Will any of the upcoming phones be available in the US? Even DOGO is a lot better than X TL that is still not available on AT&T.
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Posted: 2012-10-14 18:54:02
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randomuser Posts: > 500


On 2012-10-14 18:54:02, DACHA wrote:
Will any of the upcoming phones be available in the US? Even DOGO is a lot better than X TL that is still not available on AT&T.


AFAIK Dogo is not scheduled to be released in the USA. Odin will. Around April.
TL is going on sale by the end of this month from AT&T so it's going to have plenty of time to lure buyers before Odin takes its place

Also the V might be available in US, not from AT&T I guess though. Verizon Wireless perhaps
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Posted: 2012-10-14 18:55:30
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kewsvnet Posts: 295


On 2012-10-14 18:39:28, randomuser wrote:
Think of Dogo as a bigger Xperia V with Quad Core krait. (4.6 inch 720p screen, not 1080p)
[ This Message was edited by: randomuser on 2012-10-14 17:39 ]



hmm...sounds good...although there is very little size difference then!
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Posted: 2012-10-14 18:56:44
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luwi Posts: > 500

@ramdomuser,

any idea for Jelly Bean update for xperia ion(hspa)?
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Posted: 2012-10-14 19:32:44
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Felimenta97 Posts: > 500

So Yuga will be the best all around? Except for the Q3-4 that will come with a slightly better CPU and GPU?

The camera on the Q3-4 will be noticeable better than Yuga?

And according to rumours, it can be either a 16 Mp camera or a 13 Mp one?

What's is the ExmorR CMOS sensor and Pulse LED Flash? Which one is all around better? And what do you mean with "the former is more likely"?

Sorry for all those questions
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Supa_Fly Posts: > 500


On 2012-10-10 18:50:27, randomuser wrote:
aurelius, does your friend know if Sony is going to use the Novathor A9600 in any Xperia phone next year?


I doubt Novathor cpu's will be used; unless ST already has seriously high-yields produced. Ericsson & ST are already on the verge of selling the micro processor unit and will shut it down.

Source: Bloomberg

The 50-50 partnership hasnt turned profitable since it was formed in 2009. Geneva-based ST-Ericsson said in July the second-quarter net loss widened to $318 million from $221 million a year earlier. In April the venture announced a plan to eliminate 1,700 jobs and on July 1 completed the transfer of its application processor development team to STMicroelectronics as part of a program to trim costs.
ST-Ericsson is too small for its research and development to remain competitive, said Hakan Wranne, a Stockholm-based analyst at Swedbank AB. Its something they should divest. Its hard to find a reason for them to keep the company.
STMicroelectronics was up 5.3 percent as of 2:35 p.m. in Paris trading, giving the company a market value of 4.13 billion euros ($5.35 billion).
ST-Ericsson mandated JPMorgan to study strategic options, Les Echos reported today. The newspaper also reported that STMicroelectronics and the French state are in talks on research and development investments at a nanotechnology plant in Crolles, southeastern France.


Good news is France state may bail them and assist in R&D advancements.

Video:
http://www.bloomberg.com/vide[....]usiness-plan-under-review.html


We'll see as I'd LIKE to see ST-E Succeed and best even Qualcomm.
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Posted: 2012-10-14 20:30:03
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DACHA Posts: > 500

It looks like there will be no ODIN or YUGA on AT&T.

Spectre51 @ XDA
It will have ATT LTE bands but won't be available through a carrier. AT&T changed their minds and decided not to pick it up for some reason. So will have to pay full price for it unless AT&T changes their mind again.


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Posted: 2012-10-14 20:40:34
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vivftp Posts: > 500


On 2012-10-14 15:40:38, randomuser wrote:
On Topic, I thought vivftp would post this but seems he isn't online. zomgbbqftw from NeoGaf forums posted this :


Yeah, was asleep after a long Borderlands 2 session

Also from the same NeoGAF thread here's another more recent comment from zomgbbqftw:

As far as I know (and this is subject to change, it is Sony after all) they have a 6" 1080p phablet in the works for Q2. It is a quad core S4 Pro with LTE and floating touch/glove mode/pen mode for super accurate pen input.

I have also heard that a new 9.4" tablet is in the works, but as yet not many details other than it having a much higher resolution than the current Xperia Tablet S.

Tino - Like I said previously, Sony are looking to exit from their relationship with Qualcomm because of the favouritism they show to HTC. What moves they will make to enable this I don't know, but ST-E will be put up for sale soon and I think Sony are very interested as it gives them a fully integrated SoC and baseband solution ready to go at 28nm and 32nm as well as a large chunk of LTE related IP. I'm not even sure they would have to break the bank, less than what was paid for Ericsson's share of SE and right now getting hold of an integrated SoC and LTE baseband designer is a big deal as it will allow them to tell Qualcomm to f**k off.



So possibility of floating touch making a return and pen mode, hopefully along the lines of what we're seeing in Sonys new VAIO Duo 11 or better.

As for Sony being interested in purchasing ST-E, I know we've discussed it here before, and really hope they go for it.


EDIT.
Also, this talk of a newer tablet with a higher res display is exciting, but I wonder when it's due. If it's due late 2013, then fine, but if it's due early 2013 then how expensive is it supposed to be considering the price point of the recently launched Xperia Tablet S?
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