vickymaster123, 29 Jun 2020will their ever be a battery reviewNope. Just checking... daily
vickymaster123, 29 Jun 2020will their ever be a battery reviewWould be cool to see numbers but got mine the other day. Seems to last way past my old 5T (comparing to when 5T was new, even more so now when the 5Ts battery is old), especially obvious under heavy usage like gaming with vibrations all the time. I have always on display turned on, and adaptive brightness.
will their ever be a battery review
Smithravi, 28 Jun 2020He says that he likes Sony at least in case of overheat by asking him that it will stop camera... moreWow you understand Japanese language? So lucky!
Anyway all I was pointing out was the difference in brightness but thanks for the heads up, appreciate it!
And yeah it's true. Sony really cares for the longevity of the product, because their devices are made to last, whereas the others are intentionally being killed by the manufacturers themselves for them to be forced to buy their newer and more expensive one next year. Now we know which one is actually thoughtful of their audience and which is just purely greedy overall.
Anonymous, 27 Jun 2020LOL, I just watched a video the guy decidedmto run benchmarks on the phones to see loss of per... moreThat's why these Chinese phone is so cheap. They didn't optimize anything and cut corner where people won't see unless using the phone for quite some time
Shanti Dope, 28 Jun 2020The display isn't bright enough outdoors, huh?
Well how about a comparison to the phone from ... moreHe says that he likes Sony at least in case of overheat by asking him that it will stop camera.
And he hates it when Samsung doesn't warn him and completely dims the screen where he can never even able to see the screen.
The display isn't bright enough outdoors, huh?
Well how about a comparison to the phone from the so-called "best smartphone OLED manufacturer?"
https://youtu.be/PlfiLaFfYq4 skip to 14:04
Once again proved Xperia 1 II is built for speed. 8GB Ram is morethan enough if company knows how to do ram management. Sony's R&D always pays off.
LOL, I just watched a video the guy decidedmto run benchmarks on the phones to see loss of performance and battery.
11 Pro Max, S20 Ultra, 1 ii, X2 Pro amd 8 Pro .
- iphone = 13mAh/min
- xperia : 15mAh/min
- galaxy : 17mAh/min
- one plus: 20mAh/min
- oppo : 23mAh/min
39% more pixels to push than oppo, but used les 8mAh/min .
Chinese brands cannot handle even QHD screen well.
Once again speed test between 8GB Ram Xperia 1 II vs 12GB Ram S20 Ultra implies, anything over 8GB is waste of money and poor ram management.
Tann Hauser, 25 Jun 2020Here you go, batterytest, at 18:45 min mark:
Although differe... moreYou still haven't told us which Chinese phone your wife was using that needed charging twice a day.
Anything coming out of your mouth itself is less credible.
Senseurheart Kimochi, 21 Jun 2020"People who tend to use their phones for 2-4 years give battery longevity a preference, and fa... moreFake News!
Here's your link debunking your Hatorade!
Anonymous, 25 Jun 2020Please stop calling this phone 4K. Its like a disease. Its 1644p. A bit above the so called 2K... moreI'm tired of explaining definition of 4K and types of 4K. 2160p is just one type of 4K for 16:9 aspect ratio. For more information, you should learn from following words
"Note: Technically 21:9 smartphones do not exist, due to them having vertical screens, while if you turn them 90 degrees to landscape mode it's possible. 21:9 means that for each 21 pixels in the horizontal axis, there are 9 in the vertical axis. 9:21, which is the correct term for smartphones, is the opposite (21 vertical, 9 horizontal).
The LG New Chocolate (BL40) was the first mobile device with a 21:9 aspect ratio, 4.0 inch TFT display.
On February 25, 2019, Sony launched their latest flagship device, the Xperia 1, with the world's first 21:9 ultra-wide 4K HDR-enabled OLED (6.5") display in a smartphone. They have trademarked the name CinemaWide for use in their latest ultra-wide Xperia devices. It is not the first mobile device to use a 21:9 aspect ratio display; that recognition belongs to the LG New Chocolate, released in 2009. It has a 4" TFT display with 345 x 800 pixels and 217 ppi density. The Samsung Galaxy Fold smartphone/tablet folding hybrid, with its 4.6" Super AMOLED cover display, and the Xperia 10 and 10 Plus are among the first modern devices with ultra-wide displays, with other smartphone manufacturers expected to follow suit after. Motorola introduced two 21:9 smartphones in 2019, the One Vision in May and the One Action in August, both with a 6.3" FHD+ 1080p LCD screen.
Note that both Motorola and Sony chose to use a screen resolution of 2520×1080, rather than the CE resolution of 2560×1080, as defined in CTA-861. This leads to the device to have a "true" 21:9 (7:3) Aspect Ratio, rather than the normal CE Aspect ratio of 64:27. The Xperia 1 also has an odd Aspect Ratio of 320:137, and would have been able to meet 64:27 with a more even resolution of 3840×1620. Sony does not adhere to consumer standards, as with their Home Theater projectors that feature a 4096×2160 4K resolution, rather than the CE resolution of 3840×2160. 4096×2160 is a resolution only relevant in digital cinema (DCI), where movie theater projectors feature this resolution with either letterboxed 4096×1716 or pillarboxed 3996×2160 content for "Scope" (2.39) and "Flat" (1.85) aspect ratios, respectively. The full panel aspect ratio of 256:135 is unfit for normal consumer content with a 16:9 container aspect ratio. "
I guess this will make you gain some knowledge over 4K and stop whining about Sony.
PS: For more information, here is the link for 4K wikepedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/4K_resolution
Anonymous, 25 Jun 2020Please stop calling this phone 4K. Its like a disease. Its 1644p. A bit above the so called 2K... moreThis is a 21:9 4K phone, but not a UHD 16:9 standard one. Please stop calling it 2K, cause its res is indeed 4K.
Please stop calling this phone 4K. Its like a disease. Its 1644p. A bit above the so called 2K 1440p phones. Calling it 4k makes it seem like its 2160p, but its not. if you will call this 4k i can make a 32:9 1080p device and call that 4K which is absurd
Anonymous, 24 Jun 2020You could have just done the normal and given a disclaimer about results not being final. Then... moreHere you go, batterytest, at 18:45 min mark:
Although different parametering than here.
Even if in chn, ts a very nice rev tho, you get show of compares normal/dro/hdr, both for photopro and selfie cam, speaker compare to xperia 1, battery compare to xperia 1, etc...
Anonymous, 24 Jun 2020You could have just done the normal and given a disclaimer about results not being final. Then... moreYou can read some reddit user experience on battery. One user got around 7 1/2 hours SOT without AOD. Another user with heavy usage got around 6 hours SOT. These numbers are before any major updates.
Nice phone although imo all the new flagships are too expensive.
I'd choose this over the competition the camera's are seemingly very capable and the 21:9 4k screen is really nice on the xperia 1 for watching movies.
4k is only nice if you are able to see the difference but the look (colours and sharpness) of the screen in 1080p of 2k are more to my liking than on the s20u.
And in the conclusion/alternatives it's not really fair to say the s20+ and s20u have a 120hz display without saying it's only in 1080p if you want 2k you won't be getting the hrr.