Anon.D, 22 Mar 20191. Overpriced (thanks to Sony tax) 2. Below average battery backup 3. 2017 chipset in 2019 ... moreWho cares?? It's just a phone, you really think people are gonna 'cry' because a website favours different brands?? Get over yourself
As a Sony fan, I can't hide my disappointment with Sony. They used to put their own older large sensor (1/2.3") cameras on mid-rangers after they had had their prime time on the flagships (e.g. the 23 MP 25mm cam on the X, XA, etc). Now they use generic, small sensor stuff. And the processor is very disappointing. Heck, probably the Xperia X still has better performance and a better camera :|
Jens, 22 Mar 2019How can you call 155.7mm tall compact? Ridiculous Exactly. If this phone is considered compact, s10 plus is also a compact phone lol.
With 2019 range Xperias, Sony is dead for me. I ve been a Sony fan since i owned Xperia L, Back in 2013.
But no more. Their phones are expensive and at best mediocres.
This phone, with those specifications, doesnt worth even 150 dollars.
It, s long, poor battery, very poor perfomance for 2019, very poor camera and in my country it costs now almost 400 euro.
It's garbage, i am so dissapointed with Sony
Sony & Samsung have never really impressed with their mid-rangers. So this isn't a surprise.
They both have launched some really good flagships though, so looking forward to the Xperia 1 review. I have a feeling it will be a good phone overall. The major concern is battery life, but optimization could play a key role there.