abubasim, 13 Feb 2018I have used Snapseed. But one thing it can't do is to reverse overdone sharpening by the phone... moreI get you mean, the holo is when you increase the parameter setting too high, so slightly adjust is always better than overdose. To edit a sharper image, the user has to adjust the Sharpness and also the Structure, these parameters should work together to get better results and remember don't overdose because overdose will look unnatural.
pramod5774, 14 Feb 2018And I thought Sony was done with those washed out dim displays. Clearly they aren't giving a shit to the very low-end ones, and focuses on mid-end and high-end
And I thought Sony was done with those washed out dim displays.
Shui8, 13 Feb 2018Thrash. For the same price, u can get many choices from other brands with a lot better specs. ... moreBut considering Xperia XA2 Ultra has 4K video recording , slightly 80 mAh better battery , larger STB despite 16:9 aspect ratio display as well much comfortable fingerprint sensor compared to , let's says , Galaxy A8+ as their XA2U main competitor , it was priced better and not too pricey if not perfectly-correctly than A8+ that priced near 2018-price of new-condition S7 Edge ($600 vs $450) , considering 4K video recording now integrated into Sony super midrangers while it hasn't implented to Samsung super midrangers which quite a shame tho as Galaxy A serues since Galaxy Alpha and original A3,5,7 was meant to have both combination of Galaxy S-Note series features and build quality but priced lower as J Series . Maybe XA2U lacked IP68 water resistant certificate due Sony change strategies on water resistant features and warning from government that said one of the Z series wasn't waterproof at all , but that's people choice using the extra-protection features that has been a staple with flagship starting with original Xperia Z . In the end , it depends on another people's taste on both SMR (super midranger) , which can't be denied on the demands wants to be .
Really GSM on your review, there's lots of worse cells in market! Hehehe
Ali Bashir, 13 Feb 2018Lol this phone support Qnovo and battery care, my xperia x doesn't support battery care feature :(You can download and install "battery care" from APKMirror.com on your Xperia X!
It's perform correctly!!
Anonymous, 13 Feb 2018Imagine having to do that for every photo you take. When Sony did badly, just admit it. These ... moreActually I don't like to reduce unnatural punchy color for each image to looks natural. It is like a plenty sugar pour into the soup, the heart is warm but actually too sweet.
Lol this phone support Qnovo and battery care, my xperia x doesn't support battery care feature :(
3D Memorys, 13 Feb 2018Use the Snapseed it can sharpen the image and structure the image. The high dynamic range also... moreI have used Snapseed. But one thing it can't do is to reverse overdone sharpening by the phone. Once the haloes are there, they stay.
not surprised for the verdict of this review especially for nokia and sony brands lol
This smartphone's design loooks like it's coming from 2013 instead of 2018
Android.Oreo, 13 Feb 2018Sony fanboy spotted. First off this isn't "low range phone". Its more expensive than phones li... moreThis is not Chinese product this is smartly design by japanese you can cheak quality vs quantity features
It's so unbelievably ugly when the bottom bezel of a phone is bigger than the top one. That's something I never liked about the X Compact and XZ1 Compact.
Sony Xperia L2 downgrade on screen display 720p is disappointing. Its chipset Mediatek is now suitable for dummy phone not for entry level smartphones.
We still vouch for Sony because of its battery life, ruggedness IP68, lightweight UI, and a marriage with both Qualcomm and Google Android. Sony is the most loyal Qualcomm partner and an Android's purist worshipper.
Xperia XA2 its lower midrange is much better than its entry-level phone Xperia L2. Xperia XA2 is more suitable to be my second phone than L2. I'm amongst one of a customers that must have a 2 phones at one time even if both phones supporting non-hybrid dual sim.
Just get the L1. We have one as a backup, and even as a main phone, it's excellent value and nicely designed, for £120 at CPW. Screen is bright and the UX responsive.