Ontopic,evo conclusion jednog odlicnog reviewera: jedan od objektivnijih na netu
The Xperia S offers the best user experience we've yet seen on a Sony Android phone, but that in itself is not enough. Upcoming devices like the One X, LG Optimus 4X, and Samsung Galaxy S III threaten to obviate the Xperia S' existence before it's truly gotten started, while the currently available Galaxy Nexus shows it up in the usability stakes. The Xperia S isn't a bad phone, it's just not particularly good at any one thing. I find this disappointing because Sony's brand ethos has always been about conquering the heights of technology, not settling for a moderately good device in the middle of the pack. Judged by the company's own lofty standards, then, a flagship phone that fails to at least momentarily claim the title of best-in-class has to be considered a failure.
Evo isti za htc one x
So yes, I think Sense can do better, but there’s still a lot to be optimistic about. Looking back on Sense 3.0 and 3.5, Sense 4.0 is a big step in the right direction, and HTC’s new commitment to bootloader unlocking through the HTCdev program means that intrepid owners who feel as strongly about the user experience as I do should expect to see replacement ROMs from the community in short order. And even without any modification whatsoever, the One X isn’t just one of the best Android phones I’ve ever used — it’s one of the best mobile devices I’ve ever used, period. Seriously, HTC has done something pretty special with the One line, and I’m encouraged that Peter Chou and company appear to be back on the right track.
Njega pratim,i ima osobno najobjektivnije reviewe iako je prije bio iphone fanboy...