Tann Hauser, 06 Oct 2016Actually there are reports of serious battery problems when usb c 3.1 and quickcharge are comb... moreYes, that's a smart decision. That is kinda a fail tho for USB Type-C to not support 9V. Isn't it current that adds heat and not voltage?
Anonymous, 06 Oct 2016I'll just put this here
Xperia X easily is the b... moreYup, theres tons of yt test videos about xperias excellent screens.
Dont know whats wrong with that grey fella tho, he obviously doesnt see it or doesnt want to see it, keeps talking over and over on that anand screen review as if those numbers there actually mean anything to the end user.
Go into store, turn up Xperia X, Xz, X compact screen and enjoy/examine it in person.
Its a marvellous screen beyond any doubt.
Just been reading your comments Grey1213 and have come to the well considered conclusion that you're a wierdo. Why would anyone care (or be so rude and stressful to others) about which manufacturer of phone a person prefers? Sink back into your sad life and leave others to make their own informed decisions about which products to spend their money on.
Anonymous , 06 Oct 2016Give it up man. Why try so hard to defend yourself in a debate just like Donald trump?I'm not the one whose posts need fact checking, and then after that is done still deny the facts. lol.
AnonD-442781, 06 Oct 2016Here we go, first you tried to defend Sony and quoted the source I gave, when that didn't work... moreGive it up man. Why try so hard to defend yourself in a debate just like Donald trump?
Also, the normal customer doesnt give a dime about these useless display benchmarks. Those are just for geeks. Normal people care about real life performance of the display, including brightness. Just because one finds the display of the Xperia X more better than that of an iPhone 6S, doesnt mean he is a fanboy. Thats just pathetic of you.
Its just like how AnTuTu or any other compound benchmark doesnt reflect real life performance of a device.
Not going to reply to these trolls anymore, their main objective is to bash Sony, and they are doing it well. Every Sony page, the same nonsense they tell.
Anonymous, 06 Oct 2016I'll just put this here
Xperia X easily is the b... moreHere we go, first you tried to defend Sony and quoted the source I gave, when that didn't work out you resorted to denial and some abstract test of looking at a display through another display at one blue screen. By a video filled with clear Sony fans.
Typical Sony fan living in denial.
Asterkikasd, 06 Oct 2016Faster charging does lead to degradation of lithium lithium ion batteries. Its a truth. It doe... moreAgreed , but for most people they wouldn't want their mobiles after more than three years and fast charging can still be efficient and have few impact on battery life in the first three years and I don't see anybody keeping their phones more than three years as it becomes obsolete anyways imagine having a 5s until now when u see the seven and all of its advances over that , or the note 3 vs the note 5 , what good is a battery that lasts five or six years when all is obsolete by then that's my point
AnonD-442781, 06 Oct 2016Here are some quotes for you, which you conveniently missed out.
"Seeing as how most people d... moreI'll just put this here
Xperia X easily is the best LCD display, compared to iPhone 6S and LG G5.
S7 looks good although it is oversaturated compared to the rest. I think that's a good thing.
G5 absolutely performed poor, poor contrast and brightness.
iPhone was just good, but the X and S7 were better.
And many others in comments section agrees that Xperia X performed better than 6S and G5.
I don't mind these pointless display benchmarks, I care about real life performance.
Anonymous, 06 Oct 2016Read Anandtech's preview of the X
"Our next test is really where things start to go wrong to ... moreHere are some quotes for you, which you conveniently missed out.
"Seeing as how most people donÂ’t have access to a few thousand dollars in display testing equipment, I donÂ’t think this is a valid solution for display calibration the same way that SamsungÂ’s Basic mode or HTCÂ’s sRGB mode is."
"Moving on to our saturations test, itÂ’s evident that Sony is targeting either a different gamut from sRGB or just using the native gamut of the display here as thereÂ’s fairly significant color error across the board. This occurs even with X-Reality and Super Vivid mode disabled, so I suspect the situation is even worse with either of those enabled. This wider gamut is quite noticeable as everything looks rather neon compared to something like the Galaxy S7 or HTC 10 with their calibrated modes. Basically the only color that is represented accurately here is yellow, and everything else suffers from significant oversaturation."
AnonD-442781, 06 Oct 2016Fact according to who? Point me to a reputable source, because so far every one I've seen has ... moreRead Anandtech's preview of the X
"Our next test is really where things start to go wrong to some extent, as the Xperia X out of the box simply doesnÂ’t target grayscale well as the hue just isnÂ’t correct with a noticeable deficiency of green and some blue shifting. This can be resolved with the display settings, but in the case of the Xperia X you just get a generic Â“color balanceÂ” slider for each color primary, and the slider is completely arbitrary."
The cold color temperature can be resolved by adjusting the white balance, as told above.
And AC's review does claim XZ has an impressive display.
I haven't see a review that complained about the XZ's display, except for PA. They claim the display is too blue. But PA is very well known for their biased reviews.
Anonymous, 06 Oct 2016If you didnt know there is a setting called "Super Vivid mode" which is enabled by default on ... moreFact according to who? Point me to a reputable source, because so far every one I've seen has said its poor. For example, anandtech reviewed the display for xperia x with super vivid mode turned off, and still had a really poor review of it, matching gsmarena who presumably do the same thing.
AnonD-442781, 06 Oct 2016The xperia display is the one that's over saturated. Seriously, why do all Sony fans refuse to... moreIf you didnt know there is a setting called "Super Vivid mode" which is enabled by default on the XZ.
Think its too saturated? turn it off, simple.
Want a display with a warmer display temperature? Adjust the white balance.
Its a known fact that Sony's displays are one of the best.
If you really want in uk,giffgaff already has it in stock.£539 forest blue and platinum. No fancy free headphones im afraid.
I used Z1 and now after so many years later, design and interface are still the same.
AnonD-442781, 06 Oct 2016The xperia display is the one that's over saturated. Seriously, why do all Sony fans refuse to... moreactually amoled is a requirement for Daydream VR. and all android flagship devices will migrate to amoled soon.
so lets see what will happen to sony with its lcd screen.