int2k, 12 Apr 2018hey guys, how is the battery on oreo, what's the maximum on-screen time with medium brightness... moreWith moderate usage I am able to achieve ~7 hours of SOT, not bad really, it is an improvement over the previous system version. get it while u can, for that amount it is really cheap and still provides updates
Technology Monster, 12 Apr 2018The Same question. Please help us!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!i am using xp for near 2 years . working nice
Foxneck, 09 Apr 2018what should i buy? sony xperia x performance or xperia xz? The Same question. Please help us!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
hey guys, how is the battery on oreo, what's the maximum on-screen time with medium brightness?
pls anyone gimme an answer cause' I'm planning to get this phone for around 200 bucks
Febianski, 21 Mar 2018This device just good for me. I think this design find the economic performance. Why phone nee... more3GB RAM is already adequate, but 4GB RAM is a more adequate amount for decent multitasking. Good question u asked about why is there a need to have such overkill amount of memory in a smartphone. Apps don't consume that much RAM in a smartphone, but it is to have more future-proofing that will benefit for a person who don't buy high-end flagships every year unlike me. Yes apps won't consume that much RAM in a smartphone, but have u ever thought about those apps what will happen to them in the future? Applications at the start won't consume that much RAM, but as time goes, slowly the amount of RAM consumed will increase, this is indeed true and also being observed. Do u realize that apps now are consuming way more RAM than a few years ago? Typical apps like Facebook, Instagram, SnapChat etc from my observance (Since I use them) consume RAM way more than how much they consume a few years back. Second reason for a overkill amount of RAM like 6GB or 8GB is for the price. Not trying to nit pick at things, 3GB RAM for me is already satisfying, but adding 6GB or 8GB of RAM for its price would already be a selling point, a part of a smartphone's specifications that surpasses others with somewhat the same price. For the camera, I'm not sure what the heck u are talking about, there is no such thing as 1/2, unless u are referring to the either one; F1/2.3 which is the sensor size or F2.0 for the aperture. No problems with the sensor size, they have the biggest sensors for their high-end flagships, but for the F2.0 aperture yeah they should at least give it a F1.8, but what is better that I really hope they can do it is variable aperture ranging from F1.5 to F2.5, that will help in low-light and also help in taking a much better photo even in daylight. but from my own usage from my newly bought XPERIA XZ2, I would still suggest them to add a variable aperture I said earlier but, even with a F2.0 aperture, I see a major improve particularly on low-light even if I compare it to my XPERIA XZs, XPERIA XZ PREMIUM or the XPERIA XZ1 which all sport the same IMX400 Motion Eye found in the current one
This device just good for me. I think this design find the economic performance. Why phone needs ram 6 gigs? The apss never meed such as big memory. It's not useful until you use many task. But how many you will use multi tasking? 3 gigs it's enough. Camera do good job with stabilization. In low light still poor because it's 1/2, Idk why they never change this aperture. But overheat I heard that's the problem. After all this is will my next phone I hope.
Anonymous, 04 Feb 2018Mine is on SOV33 too and running on Android 8.0 with global rom, but NFC not working for japan... moreif you read this you could tell me how you did I have that same model of sony xperia x performance to have oreo
BC7, 10 Mar 2018Don't go for OreoVersión: 41.3.A.2.99 is include 8.0.0 android
for Xperia X performance
charlymags, 01 Mar 2018my Xperience with this phone less than a year is X..ip68 is lousy...after i took videos 1 mete... moreLook, every country is different. Some countries have better support for some brands like here in Singapore, it seems like for most of the smartphone brands have somewhat the same amount of support they got. Do u think that having IP68 means u can use it underwater at ease? No! Even though that rating shows how good it can resist from dust and water, it doesn't mean that it is flawless when u submerge in water! Besides, logically speaking, have u ever thought of the manufacturing process? U might be thinking "Every smartphone are manufactured perfectly the same", if that's how u think, then u are wrong. Even if there are machines to manufacture all these smartphones, think again, are all smartphones manufactured 100% the same? Some may have used lesser amounts of thermal compound which are not spread equally for the chipset, some may have loosen cameras, some of it may not be sealed properly, have u ever thought of these when u saw a smartphone with the dust and waterproof rating? Probably not. These minor errors may be the things that caused u to have some problems with your smartphone, maybe your smartphone got some seal problems, u never know! This manufacturing process applies to EVERYTHING, they are not 100% perfectly manufactured all the time, like computer chipsets too, with the chipset die inside, they may not spread equally for smooth cooling for the chipset. Even if I am living in a country which manufactures things perfectly, I am still having doubts with the dust and waterproof rating. So, what does this mean? Do not do anything stupid like submerging your smartphone underwater for taking photos or videos even if the smartphone itself have a dust and waterproof rating
bane, 15 Jan 2018this is my 5 sony (k200,k550i,arc s,t3) and now x performance,i love sony but x performance ha... moremy Xperience with this phone less than a year is X..ip68 is lousy...after i took videos 1 meter under water for less than a minute, the phone is dead..the bad thing is the Kimstore Philippines did not take action for repair because Xperformance is not recognize in the Philippines..sony Philippine rejected my request for repair because the unit is alien here..again i demand a repair for sony's sake..but i think i'm going to pay the repair..i like xperia phones, infact this is my 2nd xperia and it fails me..i will not recommend sony anymore..it's just the feeling of good and bad and worst Xperience with this product...
kasut, 05 Feb 2018have you had experienced any touch screen issue?for me yes . i find some rounded pittings on the places where i am touching alot but when i am cleaning the screen its disapear then again after using apears
Anonymous, 27 Jan 2018My sony Xperia X Performance(SOV33) made in japan only 6.0 marshmallow no update even nougat 7... moreMine is on SOV33 too and running on Android 8.0 with global rom, but NFC not working for japanese sony phone that flashed with global rom. And anyway, there is a 7.0 ROM for SOV33
My sony Xperia X Performance(SOV33) made in japan only 6.0 marshmallow no update even nougat 7.0 pls give us latest update 8.0 Oreo :(
Jomppuvee, 08 Jan 2018My aunt owns this phone. It overheats a way too much and the screen does weird flickering ever... moreYours is definitely regarding to the software problem, if it is not then it is probably the sensor build inside, I have no problems with my XPERIA X PERFORMANCE, used for almost 2 years, no problem, just received ANDROID OREO a few days later from the start of 2018, noticed better battery life and performance when running apps, for the camera I see minor improvements like white balance, but for the rest it is as identical like how it is when I am running ANDROID NOUGAT 7.1.1