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Posted: 2011-11-20 05:10
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On 2011-11-20 03:14:07, hhlong89 wrote:

On 2011-11-19 16:43:25, hhlong89 wrote:

On 2011-11-19 14:10:29, adsada wrote:
That's what the media calls it though so that has kind of stuck
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Sony Ericsson MT18i with CPU 1.4 GHz

Source: sevodoi.blogspot.com


UAProf of Sony Ericsson MT27i, LT26i, LT28at, ST25i



Source: sevodoi.blogspot.com



Cortex A8 CPU. Qualcomm first gen dual core. I really don't understand why is doing this ? Why do they not want to compete with other brands with a true high end model ? Sure this Qualcomm 1st gen dual core CPU will be great in the entry level and mid range devices but its going to be horribly outdated in the Nozomi.
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Posted: 2011-11-20 07:10
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Every Qualcomm Snapdragon chip is based on Cortex A8 Architecture even Krait 28nm, that's why I start do not like them. Old technology Sell Expensive.

While those competitor using Cortex A9 architecture : ST-Ericsson NovaThor / Nvidia Tegra / Samsung Exynos / TI OMAP 4. Look into these benchmark tests , where Qualcomm had been left in dust. And will be even worse in next year because Samsung might goes for Cortex A7 (IMHO - it could be 2013 model because Samsung already announced Exynos 4212 which is manufactured at 32nm already) recently announced and OMAP 5 is Cortex A15 ready!






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Posted: 2011-11-20 20:42
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Short overview of new UA profiles (2012 portfolio):

LT22i (resolution 960x540 pixels): http://www.sonyericsson.com/5761/UAProf/LT22iR601.xml
LT26i (resolution 1280x720 pixels): http://www.sonyericsson.com/5761/UAProf/LT26iR601.xml
LT28at (resolution 720x1280 pixels): http://www.sonyericsson.com/5761/UAProf/LT28atR601.xml
MT27i (resolution 480x854 pixels): http://www.sonyericsson.com/5761/UAProf/MT27iR601.xml
ST25i (resolution 480x854 pixels): http://www.sonyericsson.com/5761/UAProf/ST25iR601.xml

btw.: note that resolution of display, first number mean width and second one height, as U see there is clear-cut distinction between LT22i+LT26i and the rest. Interesting resolution has LT22i, it is very closely same as PlayStation VITA (960x544).
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Posted: 2011-11-20 21:44
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On 2011-11-20 20:42:22, SE cz wrote:
Short overview of new UA profiles (2012 portfolio):

LT22i (resolution 960x540 pixels): http://www.sonyericsson.com/5761/UAProf/LT22iR601.xml
LT26i (resolution 1280x720 pixels): http://www.sonyericsson.com/5761/UAProf/LT26iR601.xml
LT28at (resolution 720x1280 pixels): http://www.sonyericsson.com/5761/UAProf/LT28atR601.xml
MT27i (resolution 480x854 pixels): http://www.sonyericsson.com/5761/UAProf/MT27iR601.xml
ST25i (resolution 480x854 pixels): http://www.sonyericsson.com/5761/UAProf/ST25iR601.xml

btw.: note that resolution of display, first number mean width and second one height, as U see there is clear-cut distinction between LT22i+LT26i and the rest. Interesting resolution has LT22i, it is very closely same as PlayStation VITA (960x544).
[ This Message was edited by: SE cz on 2011-11-20 20:10 ]



so two of the phones are designed to be wide orientation...or they are actually tablets!! was really looking forward to seeing at least one codename to have a K there SK25i or MK27i...would like to have a nice successor for the mini pro!
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Posted: 2011-11-20 22:20
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On 2011-11-20 20:42:22, SE cz wrote:
Short overview of new UA profiles (2012 portfolio):

LT22i (resolution 960x540 pixels): http://www.sonyericsson.com/5761/UAProf/LT22iR601.xml
LT26i (resolution 1280x720 pixels): http://www.sonyericsson.com/5761/UAProf/LT26iR601.xml
LT28at (resolution 720x1280 pixels): http://www.sonyericsson.com/5761/UAProf/LT28atR601.xml
MT27i (resolution 480x854 pixels): http://www.sonyericsson.com/5761/UAProf/MT27iR601.xml
ST25i (resolution 480x854 pixels): http://www.sonyericsson.com/5761/UAProf/ST25iR601.xml

btw.: note that resolution of display, first number mean width and second one height, as U see there is clear-cut distinction between LT22i+LT26i and the rest. Interesting resolution has LT22i, it is very closely same as PlayStation VITA (960x544).
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ST25i with an FWVGA screen? Are they moving the Mini up to the Ray's size?!?
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Posted: 2011-11-20 22:22
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On 2011-11-20 21:44:27, kewsvnet wrote:

On 2011-11-20 20:42:22, SE cz wrote:
Short overview of new UA profiles (2012 portfolio):

LT22i (resolution 960x540 pixels): http://www.sonyericsson.com/5761/UAProf/LT22iR601.xml
LT26i (resolution 1280x720 pixels): http://www.sonyericsson.com/5761/UAProf/LT26iR601.xml
LT28at (resolution 720x1280 pixels): http://www.sonyericsson.com/5761/UAProf/LT28atR601.xml
MT27i (resolution 480x854 pixels): http://www.sonyericsson.com/5761/UAProf/MT27iR601.xml
ST25i (resolution 480x854 pixels): http://www.sonyericsson.com/5761/UAProf/ST25iR601.xml

btw.: note that resolution of display, first number mean width and second one height, as U see there is clear-cut distinction between LT22i+LT26i and the rest. Interesting resolution has LT22i, it is very closely same as PlayStation VITA (960x544).



so two of the phones are designed to be wide orientation...or they are actually tablets!! was really looking forward to seeing at least one codename to have a K there SK25i or MK27i...would like to have a nice successor for the mini pro!


That note was just only note, becouse in all other profiles it is right (width x height). As U see LT26i is not designed to be wide orientation, it is 720x1280 not 1280x720:


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Posted: 2011-11-20 22:22
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1280X720 = 720p = resolution of Galaxy Nexus. Why assume tablet?
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Posted: 2011-11-21 02:10
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Is this Nozomi still coming out?? Will it be rje last SE device?? Or will it be under Sony name??
Phone?? What phone??
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Posted: 2011-11-21 11:29
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On 2011-11-21 02:10:00, Bonovox wrote:
Is this Nozomi still coming out?? Will it be rje last SE device?? Or will it be under Sony name??



50 MORE DAYS FOR CES we will get to know most of the stuff that day Fingers Crossed
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Posted: 2011-11-21 14:24
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On 2011-11-21 11:29:14, smclion102 wrote:

On 2011-11-21 02:10:00, Bonovox wrote:
Is this Nozomi still coming out?? Will it be rje last SE device?? Or will it be under Sony name??



50 MORE DAYS FOR CES we will get to know most of the stuff that day Fingers Crossed


Sounds so soon when you put it that way
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Posted: 2011-11-21 20:29
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http://phandroid.com/2011/11/[....]snapdragon-s4-and-qhd-display/

Seriously I understand if HTC gets a phone with krait out on the market faster than SE, but ASUS too? WTF?
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Posted: 2011-11-21 22:43
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On 2011-11-21 11:29:14, smclion102 wrote:

On 2011-11-21 02:10:00, Bonovox wrote:
Is this Nozomi still coming out?? Will it be rje last SE device?? Or will it be under Sony name??



50 MORE DAYS FOR CES we will get to know most of the stuff that day Fingers Crossed


Ok cool
Phone?? What phone??
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Posted: 2011-11-21 23:08
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On 2011-11-20 07:10:49, HxH wrote:
Every Qualcomm Snapdragon chip is based on Cortex A8 Architecture even Krait 28nm, that's why I start do not like them. Old technology Sell Expensive.

While those competitor using Cortex A9 architecture : ST-Ericsson NovaThor / Nvidia Tegra / Samsung Exynos / TI OMAP 4. Look into these benchmark tests , where Qualcomm had been left in dust. And will be even worse in next year because Samsung might goes for Cortex A7 (IMHO - it could be 2013 model because Samsung already announced Exynos 4212 which is manufactured at 32nm already) recently announced and OMAP 5 is Cortex A15 ready!


from what I can see krait only uses the cortex-a8 instruction set...not the architecture! infact its architecture is meant to be better than A9 and probably comparable to A15...and considering it is about the only 28nm chipset available currently...should offer pretty good power efficiency...not to mention its cores are asynchronous so it can switch one off if not needed...the only thing that isnt too great is the GPU! so unless u want hardcore gaming it should offer pretty good performance in my opinion. its not always about the number of cores! and also this should improve power efficiency now all I wish is that (sony) use LED for screens which would give even better power efficiency...and the new phones should have much better batt life!!!!

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The new S4 is based on a completely new architecture called Krait (more like the jump from Cortex A9 to Cortex A15 than the one from Cortex A8 to Cortex A9) that is also manufactured at the smallest processing node so far for ARM chips–28 nm.

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Scorpion was Qualcomm's first Snapdragon CPU architecture. At a high level, it looked very much like an optimized ARM Cortex A8 design although the two had nothing in common outside of instruction set.

Qualcomm lengthened Krait's integer pipeline slightly from 10 stages in Scorpion to 11 stages in Krait. Load/store operations tack on another two cycles and instructions that go through the Neon/VFP path further lengthen the pipe. ARM's Cortex A15 design by comparison features a 15-stage integer pipeline. Qualcomm's design does contain more custom logic than ARM's stock A15, which has typically given it a clock speed advantage. The A15's deeper pipeline should give it a clock speed advantage as well. Whether the two effectively cancel each other out remains to be seen.
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Posted: 2011-11-21 23:21
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http://www.phonearena.com/new[....]-announced-at-CES-2012_id23938
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Hmmm...this could be a very interesting strategy, if in 2012, they have their high end 'new' phones, but also drop the price of their 2011 phones and continue to sell them as mid range or even low end phones?? I could see the cheap one like walkan mix £50, the mini range dropping as far down as £80? the neo/pro around £150 mark and the ray and arc s as £200?
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