Looks interesting enough. I hope the smaller model doesn't get compromised like last year's iPhone 7. That's the size I prefer it to be. I want 5.2" but close to the same footprint as the regular 7 and HTC One M7.
But I hate typing on iPhones because SwiftKey is inferior on iOS. Can't change it to a bigger size. No torrent apps, so I can't download my Game of Thrones or The Walking Dead episodes on Sundays from Piratebay.
I like my iPhone SE enough and did try using it again for GPS navigation but prefer the Dasher app on Android. There is a delay with Dasher on iOS and sometimes Apple Maps won't set my direction.
It looks cool enough and will probably sell a ton but I plan on sticking to one product line - Google Pixels. The only annoying stuff with Pixel is my MacBook can't recognize it, no Bluetooth data transfer for apk files, and the occasional lag when typing for awhile.
Will just have to wait another year when Pixel adds an extra lens for wide-angle or optical zoom. You will end up getting frustrated with the limitations of iOS after the initial honeymoon phase with its cool new design wears off.
ren122, 03 Aug 2017apple loves to copy sony. JONY phones for ever!
Okay, can someone get Steeve up here to explain why they brought this down with him and only took it out now? Isn't he supposed to be resting?
Apple gives fast charging in 2017 :v LoL poor ishits
Paint chipping,scratch prone, thumb exercise (for back button),no customisation, difficult to delete whatsapp media (sent ones due to lack of file explorer),Disappointed with ios
Sony's SCN are : Soft Skin, Landscape, Backlit Scene (Hdr) Gourmet, High Sensibility, Snow, Pets, Firework and a few others....
Xperia X phones only have it for auto now.
On manual mode it is gone..
I use a lot the Night Scene for low light.
Anonymous, 03 Aug 2017Aren't they call filters?No, like Claudiu says these are more like Xperia's Superior Auto. The idea is that the presets set things like shutter speed and so on: e.g. fast-moving objects need a fast shutter speed, fireworks work better with slow speeds (it's what creates the streaks of light).
You could tune these settings manually, but it's easier if the app does it. Filters adjust things after the image was taken: contrast, saturation, color tint, vignette, etc. for that "coveted" Instagram look.
"Called Â“Smart CameraÂ”, the feature will automatically adjust the settings for a variety of scenarios: photographing babies, pets, fast motion, low-light scenes, sunset/sunrise, even printed documents."
Sony has similar scenes for yeaaaars in Superior Auto...