So in general the Cheap ones (XA and E5) (except in performance and benchmarks) are better than the flagship ones?
Shazzy B, 06 Jul 2016...I think I'll stick to my Motorola Moto G3.And maybe you should read about the Hummingbad Malware.
mir, 07 Jul 2016Just get a Sony from last year, if you really want the brand that much. This year's line up is... moreI don't think so : http://www.gsmarena.com/compare.php3?idPhone1=7060&idPhone2=8113
Sony are good smartphone brand..
But the service centre in Indonesia is sucks.. I hope sony can be better
to anybody who owns this phone, how long does the battery last? :)
Just get a Sony from last year, if you really want the brand that much. This year's line up is their worst yet. No inspiration at all in any of their models.
[deleted post]Chinese phone are cheap because they dont expend much on R&D, they just copy, steal, thief. Now thats it a shit.
Anonymous, 06 Jul 2016Moto still the king there Not after they sold to C company.
AFAIK, not many smartphone at this price tag has NFC on it. NFC is not well implemented though (at least in my country), but it's interesting to see it in the future. Spec is on the low side (vs competitor), but quite capable. Will waiting for gsmarena re-test battery life.
Another disappointing and mediocre phone from Sony. I had the c4 and that was a decent phone til the touch screen started going crazy all the time.
Kudos on making just another meaningless phone! It was small and compact but after seeing those sample images, meh! Moto G v3 samples look better than those!
rivaldi zo, 06 Jul 2016Why ram just 1.5 gb, ze551ml cheaper than this shits have 4 gb ram and amazing intel chipset too Sony is the best
Why ram just 1.5 gb, ze551ml cheaper than this shits have 4 gb ram and amazing intel chipset too
aatif khan, 06 Jul 2016Have observed 3 things, immaterial of brand, for an acceptable formula for a phone with good p... moreyou forgot regular updates and at least 1 major update (like from KitKat to Lollipop or Marshmallow to Nougat...)
Have observed 3 things, immaterial of brand, for an acceptable formula for a phone with good performance (not flagship but to get most of the routine chores done smoothly)
- sd 600+/ 800+ (not 810+)series SoC or equivalent.
-at least 2gb of ram
-vanilla Android/ min. Bloatware
With above 3 things in place and supported by good built quality and reasonable prices, buyers will never be disappointed.
Above things have worked for Xiaomi, Motorola, one+.
Sony looses on pricing ground.