Anonymous, 08 Oct 2015You are aware that Samsung use metal and glass now right? Or did you miss that whilst you were... moreLook at it this way if SONY have so bad design and build quality why Samsung started to copy SONY ?.... We know that they first made copy of apple devices now they copy SONY wit their S6 and S7 unlike the previous S models they made S6 from metal and glass just like SONY years ahead and new S7 will look like our ''ugly'' Xperia's with square body and less curves http://www.igalaxys7.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/galaxy-s7.jpg look at the pic and that's official from Samsung .... still i don't care one bit as long SONY keep their build quality , premium feel and elegant design packed with best hardware and simple UI I'm note going even to consider to buy something else no mater what is the price or their popularity among others.
AnonD-404798, 08 Oct 2015you are both trolls because there is no way that phone will not heat up after 30 minutes of ga... moreHate to burst your bubble, but it's the truth. I had LG G2 with SD800, it did heat up. The Z3C with SD801 heated up, no question about it. Note 5 is my first Samsung phone, and the Exynos is performing up to its name. I have TemperatureGuard and ThermoCF to monitor the temperature. Half an hour of gaming and it didn't reach 34 degrees and that's the battery temperature. I assume with your "knowledge" I'm talking about power-efficiency of the 14 nm chipset that produces less heat... or are you here just to express your ignorance?
AnonD-284151, 08 Oct 2015No company allows it on non rooted phones....but if by ''optional speed control'' u mean that ... moreYes they do. They have modes for performance, power-saving, and balanced. Ask an HTC owner ;-)
Anonymous, 08 Oct 2015Why do you need to root your phone and disable cores, when the Z5C doesn't overheat? Surely y... moreI have a Z3C and my phone isn't any slower when I half-clock two of the krait cores. Disabling two of the "big" cores would cause the big.LITTLE switching mechanism to jump to the "little" cores after throttling the "big" ones during intensive use instead of switching to the other two "big" cores (which causes a high amount of heat, current leakage, and battery drain). The battery would be a bit more efficient this way with little change in performance. Honestly, a 720p doesn't really even need the "big" cores at all when it has an Adreno 430!
AnonD-284151, 08 Oct 2015Time to make things clear:
1.Dxomark has tested the normal Z5 and not The Z5 compact.....so... moreRooting is actually very easy! There are methods where you install a program on the computer, hook your phone up through usb, then execute the program...viola, rooted phone! There are even downloadable apps that require you just launch them to root your phone. Disabling cores is easy too, just a tad more technical though.
Oh, and Sony actually did create a cool phone with the Z5C. Seriously, if Sony ups the resolution of the Z7C I may not even get it. And why do people complain about Z5C's cost? It was the same situation with Z3C and Z1C, where people said it wasn't worth it to upgrade. Once the next compact gets here, Z5C will be very reasonable :-)
Ale, 08 Oct 2015Yawn you jumping on the troll bandwagon to eh??...well it's not like a dullard like is capable... moreother guy you were replaying to said that he played a game for 30 min and no heat up at all and that is just one BIG FAT LAY....
Adiyel, 08 Oct 2015Yeah, I believe Sony has the option to run the phone with limits on the processor speedNo company allows it on non rooted phones....but if by ''optional speed control'' u mean that sony would downclock cores to avoid overheating,i dont think so
for every positive feature people provides, awaits double-negative response. like every people i know from every forum, may it samsung or lg or apple, battery is the main concern. all the same. but then sony page comes in.. every aspect of the phone except battery is discussed and everything is wrong. LOL! people need to be contented at some point right?
HECK! why do people have to put personal insults to people over a tech device because of its cons when they try to defend it over pro features sony provides?!
i dont know what kind of eyes people have nowadays and what standards do they have. but damn, xperia camera already delivers exceptional results! same as lg or samsung or jeez.. also apple.. does really a small point of comparison makes people decide which phone is better? does a cooler or warmer temps makes a phone better? AGAIN.. in every camera phone on this planet, if cant take a good picture, its not the phone, ITS YOU.
and why does people have to make it soooo complex showing some freaking computations just to prove a point?! LOL! yeah. include that f#cking history discussion too.
why does it seems people are SOOO SCARED if there is a phone better to what they have? does a phone make you TECHNICALLY SUPERIOR over other people?! thats just PUSSY and PATHETIC.
every phone nowadays are TECHNICALLY THE SAME. it comes down to personal preference. and theres nothing you can do about it you damn blinded sheeps.
Ale, 08 Oct 2015And what if I don't want to root the device and void the warranty, what if instead I would jus... moreYeah, I believe Sony has the option to run the phone with limits on the processor speed
can anyone tell me in which regions we get headphones with sony phones?
Anonymous, 08 Oct 2015You are aware that Samsung use metal and glass now right? Or did you miss that whilst you were... moreDon't be so hard on these mistakes...that could happen to anyone. specially with these idiot Aoutocorrection ''helps'' which actually make things worse( happened to me several times while writing this)
Anonymous, 08 Oct 2015Why do you need to root your phone and disable cores, when the Z5C doesn't overheat? Surely y... moreThat was my responce to the discussion on whether Z5c would heat up or not,and the solution that someone gave on disabling two big cores
Anonymous, 08 Oct 2015Z5 and Z5 Compact have the same camera sensor and same software, hence same image quality.Z3 and Z3 compact also are identical but the compact one is a little(not much noticeable) weaker in still images
AnonD-404798, 08 Oct 2015THAN GO TO YOUR SAMSUNG PAGE AND ENJOY ''SUPERB BUILD QUALITY'' OF CHEEP PLASTIC ! ROFL . p... moreYou are aware that Samsung use metal and glass now right? Or did you miss that whilst you were learning how construct a terrible sentence?
Jumbo, 08 Oct 2015So far all the "overheating" reports have referred to the same Chinese test who had a problem ... moreThis is a valid point. I've seen it across all brands. S6s that are LAGGY as hell (mine doesn't suffer from this at all though), iPhones with non-functioning WiFi components and so on. It happens.
AnonD-404798, 08 Oct 2015 LOL reed the specs before you comment Z5 is using DIS (Digital image stabilization) witch is ... moreI don't anyone is going to take advice from someone who spells 'which' as 'witch' ;)
AnonD-284151, 08 Oct 2015Time to make things clear: 1.Dxomark has tested the normal Z5 and not The Z5 compact.....so... moreWhy do you need to root your phone and disable cores, when the Z5C doesn't overheat? Surely you don't want to slowdown the phone?