.I bought again a smartphone (as a gift for my wife) and it's a Xperia XZs, no regret coming back to SONY. Premium build, specs and elegant design. planning to get a XZ1 next year.
Anonymous, 18 Nov 2017And your Samsung will still be a company of gimmicks, half-baked feature and will still be a c... morehalf baked gimmick like useless 0.2 second slowmo camera. LOL. bobokids these days are really funny
Anonymous, 17 Nov 2017Zeiss! is already in access or not!? In my opinion: A. IGZO display B. Zeiss's lenses C.... moreZeiss is totally different company, just because they made lens for their mirrorless line up, doesn't mean they bound to make lens for the mobile division too.. It seem that honor goes to nokia
Anonymous, 17 Nov 2017In fact, thats the only one part made by Sony in Sony phones. The camera sensor, not the camer... moreSupposedly the battery is made by sony, buy that division has been acquired by Murata, the display can be considered by them to since JDI os join venture of sony and other.. But other is third party
Well, that put other company in same situations like apple, google, lg and htc, all have mostly third party component in them
With this update I'm happy to continue using Xperia until there's no more Xperia.
Anonymous, 17 Nov 2017lol. aahaahaa your next mirai will have slim bezel with top notch, bottom notch, left notch, a... moreAnd your Samsung will still be a company of gimmicks, half-baked feature and will still be a copycat. LOL
UltimateZeroSeconds, 17 Nov 2017Sony really did the great job, so people should... Buy Buy Sony mobile. yeah right. china or korea should buy sony mobile to safe it from bankruptcy
Sony really did the great job, so people should... Buy Buy Sony mobile.
Tann Hauser, 17 Nov 2017Ah, me wrong. Just checked XZ Prem readout, it did the same. But comparing to that one, Xpe... moreShould have noticed it was 16:9. Wonder what the 18:9 device will be the division head talked about.
Surficial, 17 Nov 2017Unless it's an 18:9 Xz1 replacement (5.7" 18:9 is as wide as 5.2" 16:9) and a new tablet teste... moreAh, me wrong.
Just checked XZ Prem readout, it did the same.
But comparing to that one, Xperia Pro will have a 5.7 inch 4k 16:9 screen, if the data sheet is legitimate tho.
Anonymous, 17 Nov 2017Here comes this Samboy troll again on every Sony articles. Pathetic!lol. aahaahaa your next mirai will have slim bezel with top notch, bottom notch, left notch, and right notch. sony will call it slim omnibalance
Surficial, 17 Nov 2017Unless it's an 18:9 Xz1 replacement (5.7" 18:9 is as wide as 5.2" 16:9) and a new tablet teste... moreBut the data reads out only a single device, even if faulted, mostly in camera data tho...
There has never been a data sheet from that source that read out 4 different sizes and resolutions in one device....
And res readouts are preety much 16:9 ratio consistant, 18:9 has different res numbers...
Be Nice To Others, 16 Nov 2017We did accept all faults that our Sony has. We didn't even deny that this distortion problem e... moreThe main problem always was and remains to be that many people (except for you, apparently) always claim that Sony doesn't have any issues with their phones. That has been proved to be false time after time, but yet they still do it. So of course that gets some replies about the issues really existing. :)
Anonymous, 17 Nov 2017Here comes this Samboy troll again on every Sony articles. Pathetic!lol ikr
Tann Hauser, 17 Nov 2017Seen that too... I just cant make out the display info... 4 different sizes and resolutions..... moreUnless it's an 18:9 Xz1 replacement (5.7" 18:9 is as wide as 5.2" 16:9) and a new tablet tested between 1440p and 2160p. These seem to get the screen size wrong a lot anyway.
Cassy O, 17 Nov 2017OLED is OLED, no matter who makes the panel, OLED will suffer the burn in issue and no matter ... moreYes, it is a better alternative, but it will still have burn-in. QLED is an LCD display with Quantum Dots. Besides, LCD displays have lesser issues on burn-in, it is quite rare to see a LCD display having burn-in. But I am still confused, why? Because the new display technologies made better panels, better contrast and colours, but they all still have burn-in issues, like the LG V30 and Google Pixel 2, which already have burn-in issues a few weeks later. Sure it is a pain in the ass for me, because I don't want my smartphone to have these issues after a few weeks, I rather want the issues to come out after like 5 years if that is possible still