Marin, 26 Feb 2020No FM Radio again , Sony lost me as a loyal customer !Completely agree with you
Anonymous, 26 Feb 2020Sony Thailand says it has UFS 3.0 and LPDDR5...Wouldnt be surprised if its true.
So far, only this site put a UFS2.1 spec on sheet, but dont know where they got that spec data from.
Official spec data says only UFS, no specified version.
Anyhow it doesnt matter at all if its 2.1 or 3.0, it will do the job either way.
Sony user, 26 Feb 20201200 eur for NO wireless charging??? Why are you doing this to me, Sony???It does have wireless charging
I have Xperia 1 with 3300 mAh and I can say the phone needs more with 4k display, but now. 4000mah is much more for the same display, so it should be enough. Will see
Anonymous, 26 Feb 2020Lpddr4x not lpddr5; UFS2.1 not UFS3.0. You never know where will Sony deliberately fall behind...What is your point? Are you saying it will not work because of usf2.1 or what?
So stupid statement
Sony user, 26 Feb 20201200 eur for NO wireless charging??? Why are you doing this to me, Sony???Do you see the announcement by Sony? the GSMArena only got the rough spec not official.
kujtim zymeri, 26 Feb 2020dont leave a perfect device for 2020 for wireless charging The device surely have wireless charging because at the announcement by Sony does have those text.
Its is not 90Hz disp, 26 Feb 2020R u sure it is 90 hz display? i think it 60 HZYes. there is not mentioned in any official sites its 90hz or 60hz. except GSM site.
Sony user, 26 Feb 20201200 eur for NO wireless charging??? Why are you doing this to me, Sony???dont leave a perfect device for 2020 for wireless charging
i want sony mobile but not here available so i am sad i from india
Aryan Arya, 26 Feb 202090Hz OLED 21:9 643 ppi density Display Headphone Jack AwesomeIt's 60Hz only, isn't it?
1200 eur for NO wireless charging??? Why are you doing this to me, Sony???
Scarface007, 26 Feb 2020Ultrawide is big? Lol
Huawei has already given 40MP Ultrawide 1/1.5" sensor (way bigger than ... moreRight, but I wish it was more than just for taking videos.
Its native pixel size is just merely over 1.0um, which is not bad for a smartphone, but no pixel binning could ever save it from doing less wonderfully in lower lighting situations than the native 1.4um pixels on the ultra wide angle sensor of this phone.
Besides, Sony's ultra wide lens from the Xperia 1 and 5 last year were actually among the best ones in a smartphone, with details that could rival the performance of the main camera.
And if we're talking about ultra wide, I can't even consider Huawei's 105° FoV to be super wide (for me, it must be 115° at least to be considered ultra wide).
But since you're crying trying to prove yours to be superior, then so be it.