AnonD-93438, 07 Jan 2015Android needs the feature to change screen resolution settings ASAP now, i'd use 960x540 regul... moreGreat idea. I do NOT want a QHD display on a phone unless I'm able to change the resolution. QHD is superfluous and eats away at performance and battery life.
kamikazi, 07 Jan 2015me too, and i was disapointed of this years ces ! only intresting thing was Tegra x1! as long ... moreWhat are you talking about... A game like asphalt 8 at 1080p would consume only about 20% of Tegra x1 power. So no battery drain here.
It'll be intereesting what the difference in battery life will be.
I suspect they will be very similiar
Android needs the feature to change screen resolution settings ASAP now, i'd use 960x540 regularly then switch to 1080 or more while gaming or movies etc.
Well this is a rather wise decision by Sony.
People like me will never be interested in a QHD version, as long as its on a mobile phone, while the kids who like to show off (verbally, LOL) would prefer the QHD version, well, good for them.
DXyuyu, 07 Jan 20152014 was such a big NOPE for me Now i'm expecting a really great stuff this year me too, and i was disapointed of this years ces ! only intresting thing was Tegra x1! as long as its not 100% ! that would drain battery in a blink ! like 1 hour of gaming battery life :)
Yes, take unnecessarily big display to america. For the rest of us, FullHD is more than enough :)
Great stuff. I'll take the 1080p one please, I don't want to sacrifice battery life for the sake of a few extra pixels I can't even see.
2014 was such a big NOPE for me
Now i'm expecting a really great stuff this year
yaassssssss im getting the full hd one, just take the QHD america, i dont really care, my body and my wallet is ready
Well, FHD is the better version. Equal sharpness yet better battery and performance. It's a no brainer really.