kevin97, 20 Apr 2016The problem here is actually Qualcomm. The SD650 is built on a 28nm process, which means that ... morebro it's a midrange phone and regarding battery it posses Qnovo tech...compare it to Samsung new A series that have chipsets for 2015 like SD615 LOL and say that again that this phone doesn't belong to 2016 lineup .
also review states that it has awesome battery life and maybe even better than in Z5c.
kevin97, 20 Apr 2016The problem here is actually Qualcomm. The SD650 is built on a 28nm process, which means that ... moreYes that is a concern on the 650, even more so on the 652 (as it features 4 A72 cores). However ARM have stated quite considerable improvements on the A72 over the A57 in terms of power efficiency.
Whether this increased efficiency is enough to offset the larger manufacturing process or the limitations of a smaller battery is yet to be seen. We are also not sure how the other components of the 650 compare in this regard (whether the Adreno 5xx is better across the board than the 4xx generation for instance).
Sony do have a pretty good reputation when it comes to battery/power management, even if their design language suffers from not having the most efficient thermal properties.
Will have to wait and see how the X performes in these areas. Your right though a little thicker wouldn't have been the end of the world.
Tann Hauser, 20 Apr 2016Oh man.... B-) :-D :-D This post of yours is so hilarious and absurd you made me spill my ... moregood for you, but your not saying anything relevant.....again, so why don't you go grab yourself another coffee.......and feel free to take your time
The problem here is actually Qualcomm. The SD650 is built on a 28nm process, which means that battery life will suffer compared to the latest 14nm or 16nm processors. Couple this with a measly 2600 mAh battery and you will have a phone that does not belong in the 2016 lineup. Why this thinness craze ? Just build it 2mm thicker and put a proper battery in there...
Lex79, 20 Apr 2016Sorry dude, you appear to have missed my point somewhat.
Let me explain, I do think that in... moreOh man....
B-) :-D :-D
This post of yours is so hilarious and absurd you made me spill my coffee!
Its like... Reading a Monty Pyton episode.
Hats off on that one man...
Anonymous, 20 Apr 2016No....you are being bias.
And their opinion was to agree with you that it had great dynamic r... moreSorry dude, you appear to have missed my point somewhat.
Let me explain, I do think that in my unbiased opinion the dynamic range is better on the shots from the S7. Hauser on the other hand, in his biased opinion will say it is better on the Xperia.
The difference between us is that bias, I have none, and he has nothing but. To Hauser an Xperia will always be better, no question, no matter what, end of story.
Hope that helps.
Anonymous, 20 Apr 2016No....you are being bias.
And their opinion was to agree with you that it had great dynamic r... moreWho are you?
You dont even recognize basic levels of lex sarcasm...
Learn to read with understanding, aquire a level basic sense of humor, come back...
Tann Hauser, 19 Apr 2016One who preorders an S7 before any review is a Galaxy lover.
What is bias in these ... moreNo....you are being bias.
And their opinion was to agree with you that it had great dynamic range because it was an xperia.
And for them agreeing with you about that you call them a galaxy....for agreeing with you about sony quality and not even mentioning galaxy.
You are just blind, bias, and reach for anything to throw at people to suite your own words.
Tann Hauser, 19 Apr 2016Of course you cant see it...youre a galaxy lover
Nah, Im just a truth seeker....
And thus, t... moreWow.....they never mentioned galaxy. And said that they can...not cant...CAN see the dynamic range because its an xperia. Aka saying they like respect xperia...
And you reply to tell them they are a galaxy fan?
You are one delusional and high strung sony fanatic.
Anonymous, 19 Apr 2016Sony has the best image stabilization,just look at some youtube video samples taken by Z5.Thats only since about the Z5 and it does not work as well for photos
Tann Hauser, 19 Apr 2016Yeah I d say xperia is more noisy, s7 is definitely more blurryI wasnt even being specific about which cameras.
Your reply just shows you being a bias fan
Anonymous, 19 Apr 2016The quality of the lens seems to be as bad as the Z5's lens. Extremely fuzzy at the edges. And... moreAccording to jerryrigeverything Z5 Lens is made of PLASTIC. So yes the quality is bad.
Anonymous, 19 Apr 2016The quality of the lens seems to be as bad as the Z5's lens. Extremely fuzzy at the edges. And... moreIt's not that the sensor can't resolve detail, but that the focal depth is too low. You can see in the 1:1 crop the focus is on the leaves in the front. Thus the trunk in the background is blurry. Honestly, with the move to wider aperture lens, camera software needs a way for user to set the focal depth.
Anonymous, 19 Apr 2016If sony finally perfects the software processing, get ready for smartphone photography that is... moreExactly. Haha. They just really have to pray that it will really take more longer.
Image quality is not so important to me actually, Im more sad over the fact that Sony is going below 3000mAh in battery size.
I guess it's an interesting niche, mid rangers with good cameras. The ginormous bezels though.. but still, it's a fine strategy to drop out of the flagship race for. I wish Sony still had a flagship line mostly for the Compact series. The Z3 Compact was one of the most important and memorable Android phones, even if personally I prefer bigger screens I recommended that one to so many people and they love theirs, with there being no good successor.