Nick.B, 03 Jun 2020I have used LG G7 for 7 months! And G5 and G6 (only 3 months) and G8! Also V20, V30, V40 and V... moreBurn ins also depend a lot on the way you use the phone. If you keep the brightness very high with the same apps constantly open yeah it'll leave marks with time, but someone really has to have some bad usage habits to get burn ins within a year.
I've got a 5 years old s5 mini around and there are still no marks of burn in on it. Was used with auto brightness.
saved, 03 Jun 2020people who care about always being online carry a powerbank and charge their phone whether the... moreOk because you know 7 billion people how they behave. Me in person do not want 10-15% off my power bank. I charge up 90% from it.
Kriegsherr, 02 Jun 2020I want the same things in a phone as you wrote. I am definitely interested in this device. But... moreprice will come yes you can wait
phone is totally out of this universe I promise you
have a nice day!
Anonymous, 02 Jun 2020I am part of that 1% :DWonder what counts as one.
Does it count when you're nostalgic of Sony walkmans? The casette ones I ran through most of 90s.
What about headphones or TVs? I for one always were fond of premium Sony headphones be it in-ear buds, on-ears or over-ears. To me their out-of-the-box sound stage is hard to match.
Or the old Bravia flat screen at my folks home.
Never got to own a walkman series phone but I know a lot of people vouched for them back in the day and I wished me one but they were a bit pricey for me at the time. Same with Vaio laptops.
Was always following closely the xperia lineup since the very first one ages ago but they always left me wanting with one thing or another (bezel islands - fixed now, missing jack - fixed now, way underperforming camera - fixed now, oversized compared to competition - funny enough the competition fixed that one).
saved, 03 Jun 2020By the way LG G7 has an IPS display that scores up to 1100 nits and doesn't burn out since it'... moreI have used LG G7 for 7 months! And G5 and G6 (only 3 months) and G8! Also V20, V30, V40 and V50!
I Love LG but V60 is let down it is bigger than a brick. No good.
Don't talk me about IPS
LG G7 screen is amazing, but not brilliant !
OLEDs are better choice now. Since we don't switch phones every 3 years but max 1 year then I don't care of screen burn which occurs later than 1 year at best
saved, 03 Jun 2020>>most ppl won't do it
most people you know.
most people I know do it when they forget... moreMost people don't go on camping trips in wood all the time.
Battery lasting a day or more is enough with 2020 fast charging standards.
No need to carry around brick like powerbanks.
Poor Xperia can't even get through the day. This is why they were begging gsmarena not to release battery Results.
saved, 03 Jun 2020people who care about always being online carry a powerbank and charge their phone whether the... more"and you're bound to outlets carrying your only charger with you risking to lose it. lol"
It supports PD in the absence of VOOC.
So not bound to charger for fast charging.
Try again hater!
Android Master, 03 Jun 2020Some ppl might when their battery is running at below 20% in ultra stamina mode.
Most OnePlus... more>>most ppl won't do it
most people you know.
most people I know do it when they forget to carry powerbanks. Wanna argue?
saved, 03 Jun 2020People DO lower resolution and screen refresh rate to conserve battery, you're denying common ... moreSome ppl might when their battery is running at below 20% in ultra stamina mode.
Most OnePlus and Samsung users with 120hz panel aren't doing it.
Ppl Don't care about losing 10-15% extra juice for better user experience.
It's in the hands of the users unlike Sony which automatically downgrades resolution to conserve battery.
Nick.B, 03 Jun 2020it charges 65w (total) no customer cares how many batteries are inside. It does 0-100% in 35 m... morepeople who care about always being online carry a powerbank and charge their phone whether they're in the city or in the woods without bothering about knowing technology.
and you're bound to outlets carrying your only charger with you risking to lose it. lol
Anonymous, 02 Jun 2020You don't seem to realize that you don't get the reality
1. People who have powerbanks to c... more" Can you shoot on all your camera modules " this is not 1800 USD Iphone :)
I know cons of OLEDs
But OLED screens are the best today for mobile phones. Full stop fact.
Every phone will get pink burnt OLED screens eventually meaning your argument for 500 is better then 800 nits is useless. You argued out yourself in 2 separate posts :) Thanks for that.
[deleted post]All manufacturers have some issues which can be boiled down to a bad batch.
Here's your beloved Sony telling you to deal with it.
Android Master, 03 Jun 20202)Lie.
4) Samsung displays are the best in the industry.
I heard this Xperia panel i... morePeople DO lower resolution and screen refresh rate to conserve battery, you're denying common sense, go educate yourself. And if you say people don't then don't even mention sony's 4k to be a battery hog since it "doesn't matter" since like you said people don't lower refresh rate or resolution to save battery.
Secondly, well look at what people write here in comments. it's the only flagship of 2020 with 3.5mm jack, with no cuts or pinholes in the screen, and with front-firing stereo speakers. some people will buy it just because of that, and they nearly don't care about other things at all.
Anonymous, 02 Jun 2020https://youtu.be/Yc2OXyLMfCw 4:47 ..... You can see it has two batteries. Two batteries... moreit charges 65w (total) no customer cares how many batteries are inside. It does 0-100% in 35 minutes. Full stop :) Eat your feet from anger if you want with your 24w(total) xperia compared with my phone total 65w
saved, 03 Jun 20202. samsung users also choose 720p to conserve battery so what
3. 1+ users also choose 60hz to... more2)Lie.
4) Samsung displays are the best in the industry.
I heard this Xperia panel is also from Samsung. So if you are hating Samsung display, you are also hating the Xperia 1 II.
5)not downgrading to dim panel and lower refresh rate screen.
i don't know why you're still commenting here if you want to spread lie after lie to justify Sony.
it's like you ran four blocks after me to tell me how much Sony is a good choice when it's not compared to other flagships in 2020.
Anonymous, 03 Jun 20202. samsung users also choose 720p to conserve battery so what
Ans. It's a choice we should ma... morethis phone is made for filming and watching mediacontent like movies, you know? that's why
1) it's 21:9
2) it's got high resolution, not refresh rate
there are comparisons on youtube where you'll find that 4k gives more detail even when just watching youtube.
there are many things a display can do, but there is no 4k@120 with accurate color reproduction at all brightness levels up to 1100 nits, so Sony chose what they think their target audience needs, and I am one of them - I am happy with 550 nits and high resolution, considering that I own an XZP and I play VR games on it I see no problem with 60hz refresh rate even on my IPS and lots of people do not too.
Just like lots of people don't notice difference between 4k and qhd, and even between fhd and 2k, so let's just agree that different people need different features and this phone has a very clear targeting and all its features have purpose.
Nick.B, 02 Jun 2020There are 65W powerbanks but your phone tops at lets say 25W it will not "fast charge" in this... moreBy the way LG G7 has an IPS display that scores up to 1100 nits and doesn't burn out since it's an IPS.
who was talking about an oppo with 800 nits as if it was something outstanding? Pffff.
Anonymous, 03 Jun 2020Well, there are brands that charge way over 1000 euros and give no gift with the phone.
Not ... moreThe price of the "gift" is included in the retail price. You can't be so obtuse as to not know that.
I have seen the this phone's camera samples here and on dpreview. They all look as oily as photos produced by all other small-sensor cameras.