Lex79, 26 Sep 2017Not so much concerned with the output of the camera across varied conditions, pretty sure I ha... moreCheck out gsms 4k video recording test, newer xperias don't have many problems with heat.
My x compact doesn't get very hot and that's with a less efficient chip.
nothing-, 26 Sep 2017Latest Xperia phones are more responsive than those flagship today. Comparison made by a YouTu... moreI have an Xperia X Compact; the phone simply flies on normal tasks despite the Snapdragon 650. This limits its impact on games, but I'm very impressed by what Sony (and of course the Android devs) have done with mid-range hardware.
AnonD-647882, 26 Sep 2017The xz1 compact back is glass not plastic.I was under the impression that it was glass-fiber-reinforced plastic unibody. That means you're wrong.
nothing-, 26 Sep 2017For those people who aren't photographers and doesn't use or take much photos at night and pre... moreNot so much concerned with the output of the camera across varied conditions, pretty sure I have a good idea of what to expect there (i.e. not the best, but good enough).
No my concerns are more along the lines of: is this phone going to complain about being too hot and shut down the camera app after a few minutes of playing around with its more impressive features.
You see I'm liking the fact that Sony have introduced this autofocus burst mode, just have a sneaky suspicion that it'll cause the above issue if used for any meaningful length of time.
Have been disappointed by Xperia's in the past over things like this.
Latest Xperia phones are more responsive than those flagship today. Comparison made by a YouTuber about XZP vs 1+5 and vs U11(two of the fastest Android phones), the XZP win. The Iphone 7 did not even come close to it. Sony did a better job of optimizing the software.
Lex79, 26 Sep 2017Boy those battery figures are impressive, I'm this close to ordering....... Only my usual g... moreFor those people who aren't photographers and doesn't use or take much photos at night and prefer longer battery life than a good phone with better lowlight processing capability, this phone is a better choice. I would gladly choose this phone than the gimmiky curve screen of other OEMS
mjrmagallanes, 26 Sep 2017I remember the time when the original HTC One had a 1080p screen at 4.7Â”
Full HD was a thi... more4.7 inch is the minimum size for 1080 screen,but we like the 720p more... your normal eyes do not see the difference and the battery life on the compact was always better than the big 1080 screens.
iPhone "Retina" screen is also 720p and no one complains.
Anonymous, 26 Sep 2017I'm agree with you!!
GSMArena said "The 4.6-inch LCD screen fails to impress in terms of re... moreI remember the time when the original HTC One had a 1080p screen at 4.7Â”
Full HD was a thing back then but that really turned out to be an overkill. 5Â” is the sweet spot for a 1080p screen, for me.
L0lip0p, 26 Sep 2017Umm... Xz1 same capacity, fullhd 5.2" lcd = 82hour
A3 4.7" 720p AMOLED, low power cpu and 235... moreLike you've said : 4.7" HD x 5.2" Full HD.
There is a huge difference.
Even if you compare to A5, better choice, different cpu requires different power to work.
Note that the volume control has been moved compared to the last compact. I won't be able to swap cases.
This is interesting, about the camera in XZ1 gsmarena says.
The Xperia XZ1 is on par with its XZ Premium sibling in terms of camera quality. That meant detail level is DECENT and corner softness is not very pronounced, unlike the XZs - the third Motion Eye camera phone.
In good lighting conditions, the XZ1 captures plenty of detail - it is a match for the 23MP cameras used before. The processing, including the colors, has not changed much since the Xperia XZ and XZs, but there is a bit more detail and less noise here.
But when it comes to XZ1C which has the same camera as the XZP/XZ1 they say.
The Xperia XZ1 Compact camera samples are on par with its XZ1's in terms of quality. This means HIGH LEVEL of detail, low noise, and no corner softness. The processing is very mature and noise in uniform color areas is kept in check. The colors are accurate, as is the white balance, and even the contrast is great. Even the dynamic range is superb across all test scenes.
The only place where noise suppression artifacts are visible is along contrasty edges, where the noise reduction is not as strong to help with definition. It's not a major issue and it's only visible if you view the photos 1:1 at pixel level.
As you can see, they say on XZ1 the level of detail is decent and on XZ1C the level of detail is high and now on the XZ1C the image processing is mature!! It uses the same camera/sensor and the image quality is the same but still you (gsmarena) say 2 different things...
If you compare the two camera sections of the review between XZ1/XZ1C you´ll find different pro´s and con´s specially on the low light part even though they have the exact same camera.
Lex79, 26 Sep 2017Boy those battery figures are impressive, I'm this close to ordering....... Only my usual g... moreYes, I'm impressed too except I have nothing to want with Xperia features. But if get this if I needed a secondary phone.
Boy those battery figures are impressive, I'm this close to ordering.......
Only my usual gripes with Sony's take on camera software are holding me back.
Oh you lovable Sony!. I love you, amazing phone unbeatable flagship finally with dual SIM version, hope it will be available in my country so I can buy.
Anonymous, 26 Sep 2017I'm agree with you!! GSMArena said "The 4.6-inch LCD screen fails to impress in terms of re... more1080 has been done on a 4.7" screen and it was well loved by the users, and this was 3.5 years ago. 720p is fine if you look at pictures and videos, but not quite enough for small text. Solid color backgrounds will show the ugly screen door effect. I can accept 720p, but not at this price range.