So Xperia X achieved a crappy 67 hours on endurance rating.
Would imagine X Performance being even worse.
Tell me again if you think 2700mah is more than enough.
Qnovo, LOL, what a joke.
Tann Hauser, 18 May 2016Hope so, so more people will buy it.
Its qnovo quickcharger, not qualcomm. Guess therein was ... more
Yeah it is a QNovo charger, but it is Qualcomm-compliant too.
Me too. I hope they sell A TON of these! lol
Next I'd love to hear Sony say "Hey everyone, we're gonna release the XP 6 weeks early too!" (I wish lol)
RockStar2005, 18 May 2016
It makes me wonder why they ever said it wouldn't if it could?
Update on U.S. ... moreHope so, so more people will buy it.
Its qnovo quickcharger, not qualcomm. Guess therein was information discrepancy.
This device and Sony certainly deserve more sales.
Tann Hauser, 18 May 2016It supports quickcharge 3, simple as that.
It makes me wonder why they ever said it wouldn't if it could?
Update on U.S. XP: The U.S. XP is finally back on the list of phones on the U.S. site, and the Registration button is back as well. On the product page itself, the changes made (including the inclusion of the fingerprint sensor AND including a free QNovo Quick Charge 3.0 charger) still remain listed on the website. The full specs have also been restored, which now DO include the fingerprint sensor.
The inclusion of the free charger means that for the first time ever, Sony is giving the U.S. Xperia buyers something extra that NO other country is apparently receiving with their Xperia purchases. Hopefully these changes remain.
Eventhough most of the smartphone coming with 4gb of ram and x performance with 3gb of ram and it will be difficult for sony to compete with other rivals
Ok, so now here's "Please Explain This One" Part II lol........................
The Global/Int'l Sony Mobile page for the XP does not mention including the new QNovo(?) quick charger with the X phones ( http://www.sonymobile.com/glob...performance/ ), but the U.S. version NOW DOES?!! http://www.sonymobile.com/us/p...performance/
From that U.S. page:
Power up in no time
Charge the Xperia X Performance with the Quick Charger UCH12 (charger included in box) for 10 minutes and get 5.5 hours of usage.
Also, if you scroll down to the UCH12 quick charger under "Related Products", and click on it, and scroll down a little, it says the charger is a Quick Charge 3.0 charger. But didn't Sony say the X phones would only be 2.0-compatible???!!!!!!
So if I'm understand this correctly, not only has Sony seemingly reconsidered including the software for the fingerprint sensor, they're also for the first time ever NOT being cheapos and actually giving us U.S. citizens an "extra"??!! Maybe all those e-mails I, I mean WE lol, sent actually got through to them?!!!
Talk to me people! lol
TeamAndroid, 17 May 2016It's not lawsuit yet ... they are still under ongoing investigation ( it''s unknown weather or... more
Ok. Well what I'm gonna do is, in July or whenever it gets released, if the int'l version is easily available on Amazon, then I'll just buy that (it'll prob be cheaper anyway). But if not, and the U.S. version is + that U.S. page STILL shows fingerprint sensor, then I'm getting the U.S. one. Hopefully the int'l one will be easy to obtain.
You really think ALL the parties involved would get rid of fingerprint software via an update? Wouldn't that like start World War III? lol
RockStar2005, 17 May 2016 Team, I'd read about that lawsuit too, but then why ADD that feature to the U.S. site whe... moreIt's not lawsuit yet ... they are still under ongoing investigation ( it''s unknown weather or not they violated infringement patent ). maybe the page is just under change and it's updating like you guessed but we really have no ways to know for certain and only option is to wait and see...however big money is in the game and certainly Sony don't want to loose it at this moment when their mobile business aren't going that well (compare that to a lawsuit for false advertising is not actually a big deal ) ...anyway even if the phone comes with the feature they could be forced to remove it later (trough software update) and not just SONY but other OEM's also ...so if you are buying a phone and want to have that feature my advice is to get international version until everything comes clear regarding these problems.
TeamAndroid, 17 May 2016about registration and rest I really don't know but when it comes to a fingerprint sensor here... more
I'd read about that lawsuit too, but then why ADD that feature to the U.S. site when you previously DIDN'T have it listed? False advertising is ALSO a basis for a lawsuit. lol
RockStar2005, 17 May 2016Alright guys.......... please explain THIS one lol: On the U.S. Sony Mobile site, the Xperi... moreabout registration and rest I really don't know but when it comes to a fingerprint sensor here is my opinion....well I don't think that XP will come to US with fingerprint sensor either(only my guess). Because SONY is just fallowing the regulations and avoiding being sued.SONY company and including five others (among them also Samsung and Huawei) are currently under some kind of big investigation because of violating patents for fingerprint sensor ... there is few reliable sources for this and when I find them I will post link to them later(sorry I but don't have time at the moment to look for it) .
Alright guys.......... please explain THIS one lol:
On the U.S. Sony Mobile site, the Xperia XP no longer shows up on the "list of phones" page (though XA Ultra is now listed there)...... sonymobile.com/us/products/phones/
Yet the actual product page on the U.S. Sony Mobile site for the XP is STILL intact, but with 3 NOTEABLE changes........... http://www.sonymobile.com/us/p...performance/ (note that "us" ((or U.S.)) is in both links)
1) The Registration button is GONE at the top
2) Even more interesting.........if you scroll down to the lime gold/rose gold/black side-by-side phone pics, the lime gold (left side) one NOW has a + sign there indicating the inclusion of a fingerprint sensor, which up until like today was NOT included b/c Sony even confirmed the U.S. version would only have the hardware not the software to run it.
3) The specs area and "full specifications" button are also missing from that page.
MY conclusion to all this is that Sony has reconsidered their IDIOTIC "business decision" to remove the fingerprint sensor software from the U.S. version of the XP, and is simply in the process of updating the page. But why remove the Registration button, unless they had to in order to update the page??
Thoughts??! I wanna hear them. lol Tann and Team Android, weigh in!
Tann Hauser, 17 May 2016Found it!
Its e price site that compared Xperia X perf, htc10, galaxy s7
Here a little job o... more
Wow you da man! lol Those pics are even better proof that the X Perf is the true winner of the 3! Thanks so much for posting brotha!
TeamAndroid, 17 May 2016because it's not "phablet" version of XA (sure it shares it's name but that's all) XA Ultra is... more
Ok Team. Thanks. I still think it's odd but whatever. lol Unless they're making an X Perf Ultra/Premium too? LOL
TeamAndroid, 17 May 2016god job and nice work but crop those pictures even further so the difference would be obvious ... moreNo need actually
Xperia is sharpest and most detailed of the three. Heck, even beats S7 in lowlight ISO...
The difference is even bette seen if one goes and examines originals himself, imgur compresses shots.
Just need to look at the signs in night city crop, on Xperia they are actually readable
[deleted post]same as S7,H7C 10 and every other phone in this range..launch price will be 699 euros ...
Tann Hauser, 17 May 2016Found it! Its e price site that compared Xperia X perf, htc10, galaxy s7 Here a little job o... moregod job and nice work but crop those pictures even further so the difference would be obvious and a little tip that P sign is excellent to spot the difference of S7 and XP ;)