NeonHD, 22 Apr 2018This might surprise you, but the "chunkiness" is a feature, at least that's how I see it. The ... moreI disagree. I had a curvy device (LG G Flex 2) and I hated the fact it wobbled. To avoid it's wobble, I always faced it down
Kiyasuriin, 21 Apr 2018Too chunky. I mean okay, sure, the edges are impressively thin, at 6.4mm thick, but it's the c... moreThis might surprise you, but the "chunkiness" is a feature, at least that's how I see it. The chunky footprint along with the compact size makes for a very gripable and durable phone. To be honest it's the perfect combination.
More companies should use Samsung's flagship chipset.
Anonymous, 21 Apr 2018xperia xz2 compact?Sony is always overpriced, if they have phones with low prices, the specs always sucked
Anonymous, 21 Apr 2018xperia xz2 compact?It's compact but it's still a flagship. We need more of the compact size phones to be in middle range and low budget range, but there are none basically.
Anonymous, 21 Apr 2018xperia xz2 compact?Too chunky. I mean okay, sure, the edges are impressively thin, at 6.4mm thick, but it's the curvaceous design that scares me. And PERHAPS others too.
The fingerprint placement is WAY too low for a 5inch (18:9) and lastly the weight. Name another phone that has about the same screen size as XZ2C and weighs nearly 170 grams, in ny opinion this is unacceptable, a compact phone should have compact weight. Period!
Would be nice to see official pictures of these 3 phones. Meizu 15 seems to be compact and something that could be my next phone. But if they all look like that, then I am not so sure about wanting one of them.
AnonD-749400, 20 Apr 2018OK but where can we actually order it from?
Also, microSD card?Currently unknown
Also. It seems that all three have SD card
OK but where can we actually order it from?
Also, microSD card?
12 MP @ 1.55 micrometer = 1/2.3"
Finally there's a budget phone that would use a camera sensor at this large. Sorry for my bad english
For the first time for a very long time I will anticipate a phone to be presented. 5.46 inches 1080+ resolution. This might be used with a human hand. The only similar thing was LG Q6 with its ridiculous price. But for Meizu 15 we can expect something below 200 USD.
[deleted post]"The first ever chipset that is manufactured in 10nm processor, which will increase the usability of SoC".
[deleted post]Good SoC nevertheless but also an excuse for Meizu to tout "Flyme" with an Android base that probably will only get 1 update (the base not the UI), that's the psych barrier. If anything else it's to jack the RRP up for that "upmarket" illusion.
I don't mind Flyme if it means a healthy xda devs' support present but so far not so much.