jbjnnpn;, 06 Sep 2015glass at the back, small ratio screen vs size typical for sony, their engineers should learn f... moreYou know what? I don't care for these that much given that this phone may have these trade-offs in order to gain the IP57 rating. If anything, given that phones get taken outside and water is an enemy of these very expensive devices, every manufacturer should be producing phones (particularly premium ones) with IP57 rating.
If anyone has something to learn here, it's Samsung.
glass at the back, small ratio screen vs size typical for sony, their engineers should learn from galaxy note 3 or 4 how to put big screen in small size and the most important , place physical home button not screen buttons, waste of space
Haha, someone from the Sony marketing department should get fired!
They are promoting a UHD display smartphone in a FHD sized promotion.
Let the details shine! :)
These videos make me cringe. Unfortunately Sony is VERY bad at marketing themselves.
"Upscaled to pixel perfection" means very little to common people, nor is it a good thing or a feature that needs to be highlighted.
What it does highlight is a technology that is simply too early and not ready yet to be on a phone.
It's impressive to have a 4k screen, but it just doesn't serve a purpose at this point in time and will most likely create headaches for mobile and web developers.
Yes man that was looking very small and thick for a 5.5" device may they do not have a product ready right now ..but lack of OIS is the only thing missing on this one.
in the second video she is holding an xperia z5 compact instead of an xperia z5 premium while explaining
Seriously? Sony! No OIS, no type-C, no wireless charge!