Tiger, 13 Feb 2013I might have gone for this smartphone, but the deal breaker for me was the non-removable batte... moreThe removable battery is a trade off of having the Water and Dust resistant plus better design.
I'd love Xperia Z to have removable battery but I won't trade those three for it. I'd buy a portable powerbank instead. Win-Win
AnonD-27765, 13 Feb 2013I was talking about Samsung SuperAMOLED. Of course, Nokia always have the best screens, even b... moreNot too sure about that. On all WP, the UI is so simple, so basically there is nothing much to be seen. But on Android, every OEMs launchers are beautifully designed. Therefore, I do not see how nice Nokia screens are.
AnonD-100398, 14 Feb 2013It will get very hot with so much power and screen so pixelated while playing hd games this is... moreI read that it may shutdown too due to the heat. I wonder is that true. It will be a big deal if that's true.
It will get very hot with so much power and screen so pixelated while playing hd games this is all very taxing to battery thats why gsm arena sd that u may have to carry a power pack along with it.
So Sony how about giving North America a release date for this new phone. Personally don't care if we get the Xperia Z or ZL i'm grabbing one of these phones.
Gonna be my next phone or the ZL. I guess I'm back to droid because of Sony.
Denzo, 13 Feb 2013Why you delete my comments about the PadFone 2 killing all benchmarks of any Android phone? Be... moreMy Optimus G has hit 22500 on Antutu. Not that that it really means that much anyways. If youre using ANY device with an S4 Pro Quad; lag does not exist. And thats all that matters.
Why you delete my comments about the PadFone 2 killing all benchmarks of any Android phone? Better battery life than any other android phone?
20K in Antutu
and thats on ICS.. wait for tests on JB 4.1
You cant beat power of ASUS.. never beat the asians at phones!
thanks for the preview..looking 4ward for this amazing superphone..my priority is durability,camera,music and battery.
AnonD-27765, 13 Feb 2013I was talking about Samsung SuperAMOLED. Of course, Nokia always have the best screens, even b... morewhat i hate most nowdays at displays is to have low black level, like a dark grey and washed colours. so i prefer amoled anytime, it is more spectacular. and i love saturated colours. at home, my tv is set on very high colors level
Anonymous, 13 Feb 2013Lol. You assume they are exactly 5 Inches, Which they are of course not. The correct ppi is 44... moreI really dont see how 440.58 would be rounded to 440? It goes to the closer of the 2 numbers = higher or lower.. once you hit .5 it goes up to 441.
Anonymous, 13 Feb 2013oh yes? are you sure? check how "disgusting" is the amoled of nokia 808 pureview. it... moreI was talking about Samsung SuperAMOLED. Of course, Nokia always have the best screens, even better than Samsung where they get their AMOLEDs from. The only problem with the 808 AMOLED is the low resolution. You can see the pixels even from afar.
AnonD-27765, 13 Feb 2013AMOLED is disgusting with all those fake oversaturated colors, color banding, and low brightne... moreoh yes? are you sure? check how "disgusting" is the amoled of nokia 808 pureview. it have the best display in terms of brightness,contrast and superb colours, even its resolution is low. it is disgusting to have ips lcd with black like grey
sony make the same mistake over and over again on all its models of smartphones and televisions: bad lcd panels. low contrast, bad colors, no deep black
AMOLED is disgusting with all those fake oversaturated colors, color banding, and low brightness. AMOLED was great 5 years ago but hasn't evolved since then and was easily surpassed by IPS LCD now.
Anonymous, 13 Feb 2013suck for you but not for many users. when i put my iphone 5 near galaxy s3 i feel i want to th... moreYeah agree, it's all about taste and habit.
My Phone TV and Notebook use IPS panel, so when i see AMOLED panel, it look weird.