Btw, many other OEM had the same issue
As long as Sony release the update ASAP, there's no problem
I think, such a case occured because this product is not air friendly why don't u people try using it underwater,. U know, its water resistant.... LoL!!*∞
[deleted post] then XPERIA BLOG is also paid by rivals. Care to see the source Mr. ignorant fanboy???
[deleted post]True. i doe agree with you even though i saw a comparison between xperia z and iphone 5 in speed test xperia z is fast.
[deleted post]If that is so, then also explain why Sony has acknowledged the issue and working on the fix? You might want to stop being a blind Sony fan and look around for what is happening in real world.
[deleted post]READ the freaking source. this news is coming from XPERIA BLOG!!!
like it or not, i bet even the xperia z uses samsung parts on its main board..lol
joke, 21 Mar 2013hahaha, well what do you expect, xperia z users never put thier phones on a dry table but they... moreyou know?
im not a fanboy at all. i have had lots of phones with different brands with different OS and the only thing which is important for me is to enjoy using my phones. right now i have S3, XZ and IP5 and i near future i will buy S4 as well. so the only important thing for me is the joy of using different materials and right now my XZ is my best phone. waiting to see how S4 performs.
this issue will be solved like that SOD of S3.
I'm a bit confused as to the problem those users are having. When they say their phone suddenly die on them, does it mean the phone turns off and they can't turn the phone on no matter what they try? If so, how does one perform a software update if one can't even turn their phone on?
Iam a s3 user . Anyway Sony will fix this issue .We are android army.
Shining starrr1, 21 Mar 2013poor guyzz have had waited for the beast and the king samsung galaxy s4...this can happen to any oem phones, am pretty sure the S3 had that same problem last year, and blackberry had that same problem with the bold 9900 before that, so who know your precious S4 could be in the same boat so go troll else where with your lame comment
[deleted post]hehe your one very desperate sony fan.dude chooss the best
[deleted post]You mean "samshit" phones that do not suddenly die on you for no reason? I'd take those plastics any time. Meanwhile, you can grow up.
[deleted post]hahaha, well what do you expect, xperia z users never put thier phones on a dry table but they put thier phones on a sink just to prove the water resistance feature. so what now? Sudden death!!!
There is no particular reason for the
samsung will sue sony for its sudden death issue
samsung will investigate wether the chips of s3 is the same with sony z
Poorly tested phones. Really no two ways about it.
They hyped up the Arc and Arc S back in the day. While granted that was made completely out of plastic, two week into sales people started reporting cracking above the proximity sensor. Sony never fixed the issue. Sure they extended the warranties but what's the point of replacing the entire housing when the crack returns just a few weeks later? It was not only a design flaw, it was failed follow-up customer support (notably with the fact that all 2011 Xperia devices have been denied the JB update, and given buggy ICS updates with no fixes planned, like the Xperia Play which got stuck with GB).
As an Arc S owner, I will have to say I am not surprised. And I will not be surprised if Sony ditches the Z from it's update program in less than 12 months time (though it should be getting the Key Lime OS at least).
And we all remember when their 2012 flagship, the Xperia S, got released with yellowing screens (though for Sony's benefit they fixed that after a few LCD revisions).
Yeah. While unimpressed with Sony, I'm not surprised. I'll probably end up getting a Japanese-market intended phone (which have been water proof for half a decade), get it unlocked and be happy.