Dual heatpipes, 04 Jun 2016I am very appreciate Sony use the Qnovo battery to ensure the battery lifespan, this is very i... more
I thought the charger was QNovo. Is the battery used in the XP a QNovo too??
I am very appreciate Sony use the Qnovo battery to ensure the battery lifespan, this is very important for a sealed battery phone. So, I want to tell those competitors posting here, Their Phones Without Qnovo Battery absolutely pathetic a weakness.
Perhaps, these competitors will follow Sony strengthen the battery by Qnovo battery. These competitors trolling and bashing Sony, but when they get the same features lately, they will praise for it, so whose is the stubborn fans?!
panda27, 04 Jun 2016I thought that it's made from glass, but it's from TPU? How about this one? http://www.sonymob... more
I don't think a case made out of glass would sell too well. lol TPU is soft and actually IMO looks nicer than those hard cases do, including the one you linked me. Plus my case is clear, even on the sides, which I prefer. I don't want the phone to covered up or hidden AT ALL. Also, the TPU cases are easier to get on & off than the hard ones are from my own experience.
RockStar2005, 04 Jun 2016Yeah I agree. I'd probably only get the graphite black or else white/silver one. I decided to ... moreI thought that it's made from glass, but it's from TPU? How about this one? http://www.sonymobile.com/glob...touch-scr56/ These two catches my eyes well
panda27, 04 Jun 2016I also love the black and white one, feels more calm yet elegant imo.
Besides the body cove... moreYeah I agree. I'd probably only get the graphite black or else white/silver one. I decided to pre-order the graphite black one as I think I like it slightly more. My S7 is platinum gold, which looks a lot like silver under certain light, so I'm happy to go back to black again.
I don't think so. I never use a screen protector or anti-glare anything. Only thing I'd recommend getting is a CLEAR case like this one. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01DC...CC&psc=1 It's very well-designed to give you maximum protection, but still not hide the phone's sweet looks since it's clear.
RockStar2005, 03 Jun 2016panda,
I see. Ok then yeah the XP is the phone for you. lol
Yeah to help differentiate ... moreI also love the black and white one, feels more calm yet elegant imo.
Besides the body cover, should I put some anti-glare film on the screen and camera lens? Actually, is it a good idea for protecting the camera lens with a film like that? I never do that to my phones before
panda27, 03 Jun 2016XP, since it has better processor and waterproof. I once got iPhone 3G back then, and it's bro... morepanda,
I see. Ok then yeah the XP is the phone for you. lol
Yeah to help differentiate the X series from the Z series, Sony has chosen not to put glass on the backside of the X series like they did with the Z. I welcome the change because I love how the XP (graphite black and white/silver colors only) has that brushed aluminum/hairline finish on the back. Looks great!
RockStar2005, 03 Jun 2016No problem panda. So are you gonna buy the X or XP? Or neither?XP, since it has better processor and waterproof. I once got iPhone 3G back then, and it's broken because of a birthday prank with water, hence my search for waterproof phones. I'm not too fond of glassback phones too, since I'm a clumsy one.
was18, 03 Jun 2016What is the problem with the x performance ?I'm sorry, it's a fault of mine, where I posted a youtube link about X's, not XP's. But Team's link already gave the answer from other X's users
RockStar2005, 03 Jun 2016panda, That's ok. I thought maybe you were trolling but it sounds like you weren't. lol ... morewell, what I do is just gave a link without any words to speak, so it's my own fault if I were thought as troll. Team's link already calmed the shock after I saw the youtube link I posted.
panda27, 03 Jun 2016really sorry for that (currently opening the X's thread on the next tab), but I also want to a... morepanda,
That's ok. I thought maybe you were trolling but it sounds like you weren't. lol
I don't know what happened. They say the 650 is actually faster than the 808 and the 810 b/c it has fast cores, but that's all I know. The 820 is faster and I have yet to read about any overheating issues from devices that use it. Since the XP will have the 820, I don't anticipate there being any problems.
The XP costs more, but I think it's the better (and nicer-looking) phone to have. I just wish Sony was releasing it FIRST. Hate that I have to wait 'til July to get it, but whatever.
panda27, 03 Jun 2016https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QNweHTAVUg4http://talk.sonymobile.com/t5/...22372/page/2
RockStar2005, 03 Jun 2016That's the X. This thread is for the X Performance only. I had the Z3 and it NEVER overheated. really sorry for that (currently opening the X's thread on the next tab), but I also want to ask what really happened and whether XP will get the same issue (which I hope not). Is it about software issue or other reasons? Is it because the MP exceed the limit of SD650's? Sorry if my questions seems stupid.
panda27, 03 Jun 2016https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QNweHTAVUg4That's the X. This thread is for the X Performance only. I had the Z3 and it NEVER overheated.
Update: Actually, VoLTE makes it so you can use 4G LTE during a call, so faster data, and also improved call quality I guess. But Verizon and Sprint didn't have this back when I had them, only T-Mobile and AT&T did. V and S got them more recently. So I thought that you couldn't do both w/o VoLTE, but not true. Just that Verizon didn't have it back when I had them. lol
Some GOOD news..........despite my discovery that the X series will not have VoLTE (see previous post), I found out it's really not an issue at all. Having VoLTE used to mean you could browse and connect to the internet WHILE ON a call. Before you couldn't do both. But I just tested out an Xperia Z1s which does NOT have VoLTE on it, and tried to browse the net and use apps like GMail app while on a call...... and apparently now you CAN do both at the same time even w/o having VoLTE!! So really, it's not a big deal at all!
VoLTE helps to connect your calls faster too, but if I have to wait a few more seconds, so be it.