MV, 20 Jan 2021A bit disappointed... But for the price I paid (£599) I'll keep it for now.
What I don... moreHonestly, I really disagree with your points. I find this phone was a massive jump from the Redmi Note 7 I previously had. So much so it kind of reminded me what it was like to have your own phone again.
I've found this phone perfectly usable and just a major box ticker for me. I haven't even recieved any of these so called freezes too.
MV, 20 Jan 2021A bit disappointed... But for the price I paid (£599) I'll keep it for now. What I don... morePhoto Pro mode too complicated even for an advanced photographer???? ISO and Shutterspeed are literally beginner photography terms which even I, a 16 year old can understand. Honestly I don't find the Photo Pro mode that scary.
Anonymous, 13 Jan 2021I have been waiting for a compact phone with a headphone jack , without any stupid notch and... more21:9 ratio is simply bad. It reduce usable screen size and make phones taller which is a nightmare for one handed usage and to put into pant pocket.
Anonymous, 24 Jan 2021How many Android updates does this phone get?One or two
How many Android updates does this phone get?
A bit disappointed... But for the price I paid (£599) I'll keep it for now.
What I don't like:
*Google assistant button- absolutely useless. And at the moment you can't assign any other function to it which makes it even more useless.
*Proximity sensor- works strange.
*Fingerprint scanner- it's just awful. Previous phone I had was OnePlus 6 and It had way better fingerprint scanner in way more comfortable place.
*Torch light- it is too dim.
*Front camera- no words for that.
*Rear camera not impressive in low light even though on paper it has potential.
*Camera app is weak.
*Photo pro and video pro too complicated even for more advanced photographer.
*Battery a bit weak even though GSM Arena endurance test was quite ok.
*Notification sound volume- not loud enough, quite weak actually. Very annoying!
*Software freezes quite often and I am not a very heavy user.
*Pre installed Call of Duty which I can't uninstall
*120Hz display... Hard to notice any difference in action, but definitely drains battery faster.
*No original case in the box. Very few decent ones on the market as well. Same applies to screen protectors- haven't found one which won't obstruct some of the usable screen.
*Gesture control is only one option- google one. OnePlus gesture control works better IMHO.
What I like:
*Size- it is compact in the world of huge bricks
*Rear camera is decent in good light, autofocus and object tracking are impressive.
*Sound from the speakers- after OnePlus 6 its like day and night.
*LED notification light- that's a plus for me.
*3.5mm jack- even though I have Sony XM4 headphones, it's good to know that I can use them when they are discharged, or use my amazing old school wired headphones.
*Near stock Android experience
All in all it's a decent phone for what I paid for it, but after OnePlus 6 I don't see much of improvement. Well... Definitely not software wise or even speed wise. Actually I keep asking myself why I bought it in the first place...
I just checked on xperia check.com the Android 11 update is now availlble for the Xperia 5 ii in Russia with builtnumber 55.1.A.1.178 . I gues it wont take long it will be soone arrive in western europe
Im thinking to buy this phone,i have 3 questions to ask
1)battery performance,what the usually sot can get
2)does it come with lpddr4x or lpddr5
3)for pubg graphic setting does it have smooth 90fps
Im considering to buy this phone
what the usually battery sot can get from this device
and for pubg what is the highest graphic setting can get?does it support smooth 90fps and ultra hd?
Walkman and cyber shot series in sony mobiles .....
Anonymous, 15 Jan 2021I know all of them but ... none of them is a small phone neither has a headphone jackooh srry i though i read without a headphone jack
AnonD-973296, 13 Jan 2021u have those options, iphone 12 or 11, oneplus 8 or 7 lineup, s20, pixel 5 etc.I know all of them but ...
none of them is a small phone neither has a headphone jack
Anonymous, 14 Jan 2021As once a N8 user (2 handset), actually still has one at home as back-up, how do you still sur... moreHi
I am not a social person ( so I stopped using whatsapp 4 years ago , for reading e-mails , facebook pages I use my laptop )
I care more about excellent sound quality for Mp3 and recording , surffing on the net , excellent cameras for landscape and smooth OS .
And I found those on my N8 , but now I must switch because the phone is dying .
Anonymous, 13 Jan 2021I have been waiting for a compact phone with a headphone jack , without any stupid notch and... moreNot a compact per se, but considering todays market...
And in a week or so using it, you ll wonder why 21:9 isnt more present in mobile space.
Superb grip hold on the device with this design too.
And dont worry about height, SideSense is great in managing its UI once you grow accustomed to it. I barely notice Im using a 21:9 screen anymore
AnonD-973296, 13 Jan 2021u have those options, iphone 12 or 11, oneplus 8 or 7 lineup, s20, pixel 5 etc.1. Debatable to call some of these phones you mention 'compact', though also the same for Xperia 5 II, but it is very thin.
2. Non of those has head-phone jack as OP mentions to my memory. In fact, OnePlus was one of the early followers of Apple to remove this.