Sony Fanboy Bitches, 03 Sep 2017Geez, the poll is about the very best phone of IFA, not the one with the thinnest bezels, whic... moreIt's also pointless spending money on a phone with a terrible battery life. Your precious XZ1 has a tiny 2700mAh battery. Almost all high end phones with 1080p screens are rocking 3000mAh+. Plus I'd like a phone that's comfortable to hold for extended periods of time, after just 5 minutes holding this phone the squared off bottom/top edges and corners will be digging into your hand, like the XZ does.
You're talking about slim bezels being for marketing only. What about the 960fps camera on this? Plus an average front facing camera. Looks like they put all their marketing eggs in the super slo mo main cam.
Im surprised most vote goes to LG V30. I felt that Xperia XZ1 is more affordable thus, I voted for it. Plus, the fact that it shipped with android 8.0 Oreo out of the box is convincing me more than V30. So, for the rest of you it is all about the looks. Nobody care about the inside anymore. How shameful. I dont like Sony bezel but I think it should provide better experience with that Oreo and SD835 compare to LG or Moto.
Well the best on IFA in my book, must be the Black KeyOne, as this is the only one with a keyboard....
But of the four available options the XZ1 Compact is the only phone sized, compared to the three phablets, so it is clearly the least bad of the quartet. IMHO
Was expecting more from Sony, but they went Samsung's way of rebranding things with software tweaks and updated internals.
Don't get me wrong, I like the XZ1 a lot, but I don't think there's a lot of "innovation" in it this time around. I think I'll pass on that one and go for the V30; I mean it's clear LG played it's best cards in this phone and I think they did it correctly this time, unlike the G6..
The BB Keyone limited Edition. Great overall package: great battery and camera with super secure system and solid build quality. Only negative point is its price tag.
And the caterpillar outdoor phones. Indestructible with great battery life.
VALUE FOR MONEY
Geez, the poll is about the very best phone of IFA, not the one with the thinnest bezels, which is nothing but marketing tricks and just makes these phones less durable with consistent accidental touch problems.
It's not worth spending even a dollar for a flagship phone that lacks some good pair of stereo speakers or excellent cameras (rear and front) that can do a lot of things like scanning objects, etc.