I am confused to buy Sony XA1 Plus or wait for XA2 to launch in India.
My priority is excellent build quality since my kid has a habit of throwing Mobile often and camera.
can anyone suggest on this ?
The very slightly slower multi-core performance may caused by the fact that four of the eight a53 cores of the snapdragon 630 are running at a maximum clock speed of 1.7 or 1.8 GHz, so lower than the good old snapdragon 625, which had heterogeneous frequencies ( all cores limited to 2.0 GHz )..
I'm planning to buy this phone, but how about this,"Not so good audio quality through the jack." You know this website review is say like that and please explain to me whether it's true or not? I really like this phone, someone tell me the right answer :(:( thanks anyway
AnonD-738037, 16 Feb 2018I just read the review. Very good. But one thing is not clear for me. And it is very important... moreYes it is good,my uncle had xa2 by eBay,since it is not available in India go buy xa2.
Is this an another failure model like Sony XA1 which has manufacturing defect on screens at the edges?
Has anyone used this model XA2 without such problems? Please reply.
I just read the review. Very good. But one thing is not clear for me. And it is very important because I am planning to buy this phone. Is the voice quality during the phone calls (without headphones) good or bad? I would highly appreciate if someone could confirm.
AnonD-690051, 30 Jan 2018how about bezelless oled? have u changed your mind about that, dear mr heatpipe?Rumours is rumours that's can be included in comparison.
Most of the people here might not even tested the phone yet with their own eyes and fingers.
Lightweight Sony version of Android on top of Oreo is a great welcome on this low midrange phone. Even Samsung more premium midrange such like Samsung Galaxy A8+ didn't get Oreo out of the box.
Fingerprint scanner on every Sony phones starting 2018 is a right direction unlike other major OEM who is still selling their entry level and lower midrange category without fingerprint scanner.
Anonymous, 31 Jan 2018Now of that was logical at allOkay, If the phone is small is very handy, but if it is a large and long screen phone when you pull down the notification bar will force you to stretch your thumb meanwhile the smartphone have the chance to drop off from your hand.
S8 User, 30 Jan 2018Sure, that's why I have Samsung Galaxy Young from 2013 which still works to this day. It survi... moreIf a small phone like Samsung Young is easy to drop, how about S8 with slippery designs? Anyway it also won't bother with me, S8 User. I have Sonyericsson K700 drop many times but never restart or boot looping even my Xperia Z2 also stay strong meaning never bootlooping, but the Samsung S2 can do the bootloop automatically, I don't know if Samsung Young is military grade why S2 not a military grade lol.
3D Memorys, 29 Jan 2018I never change my mind the side mounted fingerprint sensor is the best placement followed by ... moreSure, that's why I have Samsung Galaxy Young from 2013 which still works to this day. It survived dozens of drops, and is basically indestructible. Really a quality that you just can't trust... xD