Does anyone know what the correct SAR value is for the Xperia P is? The book that comes with it states the highest SAR value is .78 yet this link to the FCC says otherwise. Like 1.18 at head and 1.34 max and .98 body...Which is correct?
This is the first picture I take with my Xperia P (I don't really care about the phone's camera much, as long as it works and can take a clear picture, the camera often works as a magazine page scanner for me, so all the fancy stuff dumped by Sony is just bonus for me). You can see that the flash (set as auto) overkilled and resulted in over-exposure, nonetheless the picture quality is fine for me when viewing on computer. This picture was taken in the morning by the roadside. So can anyone with some survival or botanical knowledge tell me are these mushrooms (the coin indicates their size) safe to eat, or will someone get high and end up in the hospital after eating them?
Anyone sharing my disappointment over the silver version? Today I saw it for real for the first time and this glittery coating just looks so awful cheapish and most importantly it totally hides the precious aluminium this device is made from. WTF were Sony thinking when starting production of this piece of kitsch? Why didn't they just brush the alloy like any other manufacturer would have done? Instead they found the cheapest looking coating and made this wonderful phone look like crap. That's like silvering gold jewellery. I'm totally disappointed and I wonder if this was intentional as all the renderings show a matte surface.
I love my silver version and not disappointed at all by aluminium unibody, it's just as expected if you have seen pics and vids
And i love the soft touch buttons and the light over them visible in dark environments
I'd like to have some feedback about battery
How did you set brightness, automatic with max brightness or power save?
Can you do a full day of moderate use?
I heard of a software update that should fix colour problems. can someone confirm it?
Did you get it? No update available here in Italy yet
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