Anonymous, 02 Apr 2015qualcomm has fixed the overheatinghahaha, yes, by throttling
there is still an over heating issues with the snapdragon 810 and the poor battery efficiency is a big concern here
no QHD, no love, simple as that.
If I spend $700 on a phone, I expect everything is top of the line.
Interesting. Having passed on the Samsung Galaxy S6 because it ditched microSD (I have a 128GB card and don't want to store and access everything from "the cloud"), I'm hoping Sony DOES include it here. If they do, they may get my $ this year.
Anonymous, 02 Apr 2015qualcomm has fixed the overheatingthere is still some problem issues with snapdragon 810 like poor battery efficiency. i think 808 is better
Anonymous, 02 Apr 2015qualcomm has fixed the overheatingNope...Qualcomm hasn't...!
No software update can fix Hardware problems...!
And thats the fact...get over it...!
I'm excited and worried all at the same time.
They finally might move to the current crop of SoC and its the underachiever. Maybe a slight under clock can counter act somewhat. And a good thermal pad might help slightly.
Will it be QHD or FHD? And will they fix it so that when you make the colors accurate there is not a large drop on brightness? Maybe slightly mature the calibration.
I'm hoping the speakers beat the M9 same way the Z3 beat the M8. Making them 80+DB would be awesome.
And what size battery will they go with? Especially to offset the S810?
No Fan Boy...!, 02 Apr 2015Snapdragon 810 = Fail...!Ya.... Go Go out of the Window :p
Thought Sony planned to quit the mobile smartphone industry?
No Fan Boy...!, 02 Apr 2015Snapdragon 810 = Fail...!qualcomm has fixed the overheating