As you might already know, Sony's IFA 2017 press conference is scheduled for August 31st. While there's no official confirmation on what to expect from the conference, rumors say the Xperia XZ1, XZ1 Compact, and X1 will all debut on that day.
Now, some information related to the availability of the XZ1 Compact has surfaced. The rumor - which came in the form of a post on Esato forums - says the compact version of the upcoming Sony flagship will launch within 10 days of being unveiled.
It's fair to assume that the device being talked about is the Xperia XZ1 compact, and since it's expected to be unveiled on August 31, sales - as per this rumor - should begin by September 10. Needless to say, nothing is official at the moment.
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Exactly, the sensor is good but the software is not good. They need to fix it so the camera starts faster and takes photos faster. Look at Apple and Samsung, they don't have the best Sony sensors but their software is way better and faster.
the issue is not camera on sony since all other manufacturers use sony cameras as well the issue lies in software, meaning they can probably fix any issue with camera that is not seen in competition if we complain enough
sony has the best camera in daylight so not sure what you're talking about. nothing can really match sony in daylight in lowlight you have to use manual mode with steady hands. Sony has improved on all fronts with the latest flagship.