Anonymous, 17 Sep 2017and they must optimize that bezel too. trim at least 50% of its current size, otherwise they w... moreAgreed. New Micromax phone has just the right sized bezels. Would also like to see that size on front of new Xperias. They had them thinner before, why not again.
slowny, 17 Sep 2017this company is very slow.. always very late in ecerything. they will announce bezelless desig... moreA little late is better in my opinion, why? Because as soon as sony adopt the bezelless design, at the time almost all apps have been tailored to work with that unconventional aspect ratio
Anonymous, 17 Sep 2017lol. i wont spend $800+ for a phone with distorted camera, obsolete disign, and ugly user interface.And gladly pay that much for a far obsolete design, big bezel and camera bump, debatable camera, much smaller battery, limited ux, lack of headphone jack(read : iphone)
Tann Hauser, 16 Sep 2017Emmm, nope. Pure Optimization by definition. You can call it whatever you want tho.and they must optimize that bezel too. trim at least 50% of its current size, otherwise they will fail to sell it.
Anonymous, 17 Sep 2017Haters are crazy people that are other brand's slaves and buy laggy crap phones. Don't listen ... morelol. i wont spend $800+ for a phone with distorted camera, obsolete disign, and ugly user interface.
ArchitectofInvention, 17 Sep 2017As reported by AA, Sony would have a bezelless design called "Mirai" announced at MWC 2018 in ... morethis company is very slow.. always very late in ecerything. they will announce bezelless design in 2018. and will produce it in 2019. and those sonyboys will change their mind and finally admit that less-bezel is better.
As reported by AA, Sony would have a bezelless design called "Mirai" announced at MWC 2018 in Barcelona.
I just cant wait to see the review of sony xperia XZ1 compact
With 4.8" inch 720p screen
Android oreo (8.0)
Want to see the battery life and benchmarks
Again with the oddly cool response to what is, if it is anything like the XZP, a brilliant camera.
No, it's not as good as some in low light. Sure, okay. But in good light the XZP kicks all sorts of ass and I wouldn't return to the crappy over-processed mess of a Samsung after using it.
Look at GSM's own charts, here: check it against the Note 8. I did. The good light chart is far superior on the XZ1 - a tonne more detail and much better balanced contrast and colour. It's not even close.
But I suppose if night time shooting is your thing and you've not got steady enough hands for the manual mode (which outputs superb results at the 1/2 second exposure) then you're going to be down on it. Personally, I'll take the little extra work at night as a trade off for the far better results during the day. Every time.
Primark, 17 Sep 2017I've been a sony user for so long that I don't undrestand where all the hate is coming from th... moreHaters are crazy people that are other brand's slaves and buy laggy crap phones. Don't listen them. I've not listened them and bought Sony instead of Samsung. I'm very happy for that.
I've been a sony user for so long that I don't undrestand where all the hate is coming from the other users(if they are using it at all that is), sure it has a few short comings here and there but the overall experience with sony have kept me with them.
Wow... so thanks to Oreo and 10nm process, it can turn 2700 mAh almost on par with Z3's 3100 mAh in endurance rating.
I hope they can save more juice on Xperia X as well with their upcoming Oreo update!
Anonymous, 16 Sep 2017This is just excusesEmmm, nope.
Pure Optimization by definition.
You can call it whatever you want tho.
UltimateZeroSeconds, 16 Sep 2017Do you watching the Samsung S8 teardown reviews? The internal without any protection, any drop... moreThat has absolutely nothing to do with what I said and did not change any of it. I stated facts in return to a comment that was aiming to paint a false picture. All you did was side track and add into the false picture.
Tann Hauser, 16 Sep 2017I believe that to be the case....optimal sound volume for optimal power consumption on a porta... moreLimiting things because of the battery is not exactly a good thing. Especially if it can still provide adequate battery without limiting as much.
And is just another good example of why some of their devices have been skimping on battery size. And S835 is no excuse.
ren122, 16 Sep 2017actually requires more energy to power two speakers as opposed to one. so sony has to balance ... moreI believe that to be the case....optimal sound volume for optimal power consumption on a portable battery dependent device.
I found my stereo speakers consume quite a lot battery when on max...almost double per hr if 10 or more db louder.
The reasons are logical if you look behind simply the tech.
For ex, Sony phones are only ones that provide 0.35 V output on headphone jack, rest do it with 0.7 V and above, but those consume much more energy while music listening....
it doesnt mean Sonys amplifier tech is weaker on headphones, it just means it is optimised differently and requires lower impedance headphones to keep same volume levels as others for that 0.35 V output, having in mind battery drain during music listening.
Sony does the optimization under the hood for lower power consumption and signal to noise ratio, but doesnt explain it.
So revs test volume with standardized headphone, and of course Sonys max volume out of 0.35 V is lower than others 0.7 V.
They do it differently purposely, but dont care to explain, and revs dont care to mention that Xperias indeed provide best volume with low impedance headphones, that Sony indeed produces.
Of course other phones would provide even too much volume with lower impedance headphones, but with high noise which is not so good on ears.
Sony should provide the option to change the Output voltage tho, so that user has a choice on that, due to constant volume debates going on here.
UltimateZeroSeconds, 16 Sep 2017Do you watching the Samsung S8 teardown reviews? The internal without any protection, any drop... moredear mr heatpipe. this phone is too ugly. too thick, too square, lcd, overpriced, big bezel, with ugly ui.
sony will fail again.
they better shutdown their mobile division and focus in camera and ps.
Anonymous, 15 Sep 2017Like the motherboard failures and self cracking displays on Sony.
And the second battery fai... moreDo you watching the Samsung S8 teardown reviews? The internal without any protection, any drop damage have higher risk to damage the motherboard.
Do you watching the Xperia XZ Premium teardown reviews? The internal have plenty small cover to protect the internal parts.
The older generation always needs add on extra protection example tempered glass, but now the Gorilla Glass 4 and 5 already adapted in Xperia, so the trolls shouldn't be trolling.