RockStar2005, 07 Jun 2016Don't know what you mean Heat. I JUST BOUGHT the HTC 10, so I guess not. I know you never trolling the mediocre battery at Samsung and HTC etc posts, but why are you still trolling at Sony posts? Because it premium and Qnovo batttery better than others? Then why you don't give your opinion on Samsung and HTC pages...
By the way, congrats for have your new phone.
Anonymous, 07 Jun 2016Sure you did and that's why your wasting your time on Sony premium feeds! Haha
Gotta love these trolls........... like cockroaches.
Tann Hauser, 07 Jun 2016Well, enjoy your htc ;-) Hardly tech comp, is out of it since posting gibberish on Sony posts.
RockStar2005, 07 Jun 2016Don't know what you mean Heat. I JUST BOUGHT the HTC 10, so I guess not. Sure you did and that's why your wasting your time on Sony premium feeds! Haha
RockStar2005, 06 Jun 2016Yeah............when it comes to battery life, Sony is the UNDISPUTED KING! lol Do you try your best, nitpick and to impugn the battery tech of HTC, Samsung etc?
Then why are you posting here?
Tann Hauser, 07 Jun 2016Well, enjoy your htc ;-) Thanks Tann! :-)
ARITOR, 06 Jun 2016Is it going to have international waranty ?I don't think so but it is so much cheaper.
Plus it's 64GB with two sim slots.
and I doubt it will break in a year time so I should be ok. worst case, just pay sony to repair it.
After finding out that the Sony XP may not always work when calling from indoors on T-Mobile's network, AND that I can't get phone insurance on it b/c it's unlocked, I've decided to just go ahead and buy the HTC 10 through T-Mobile. Sony Mobile has made a great phone, but they also have made this WAYYYY too much of a hassle for me. HTC cares about their customers (and has made a GREAT phone too, which in some ways is better than the XP), while Sony Mobile CLEARLY doesn't give a F. So F them. If they ever decide to get back with T-Mobile, I'll reconsider them. But I'm done with all this nonsense.
Hope you guys enjoy your phones! Remember, if in the U.S., only get the XP if you have AT&T. Then you will be fine for Band 12 usage during a call. Not sure on smaller providers, but for big ones, it must be one with a GSM network and that doesn't require VoLTE-certification to use Band 12 on a call the way T-Mobile does.
Tann Hauser, 06 Jun 2016Z1c rules B-)
Getting XP....Im jelaous now :-) Tann,
Talked to T-Mobile and Sony Mobile too (tech depts). If I get the XP, I won't be able to use it for calls if I'm getting Band 12 only b/c it doesn't have T-Mobile-certified VoLTE. If I switch to AT&T however I'd be ok b/c they don't require that certification, but I'd much prefer to stay with T-Mobile. My other option is to get the HTC 10 unlocked and that one HAS BEEN certified by T-Mobile for VoLTE, b/c HTC actually gives a s*it about its customers, unlike someone we know. lol So I'll see. Gonna go check out the 10 a little later tonight.
Tann Hauser, 06 Jun 2016https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voice_over_LTE
"For end-to-end Full-HD Voice calls to succe... more
Ok if you're sure they have VoLTE capabilities on it then that's good, though of course it's not officially listed, so perhaps it still needs to be turned on by Sony? I don't know how it all works.
Dual heatpipes, 06 Jun 2016I felt some of you never know this: http://qnovo.com/ I think you want to trolling by di... moreYeah............when it comes to battery life, Sony is the UNDISPUTED KING! lol
Just pre-ordered my black XP (F8132) the dual version.
A friend carrying from Asia to UK. Should get it around 20 June.
Really excited and will update how it is and how the camera performs.
btw, I'm still using Z1C. lol. it's still sound and solid.
RockStar2005, 05 Jun 2016I took a second look. Only the charger is Qnovo, not the battery. I felt some of you never know this:
I think you want to trolling by different battery blahblahblah...
I believe Sony do best on all of it (I can't trusting Samsung anymore, it is a cheap and tricky), so the link show the Qnovo charge is ensure and prolong the battery lifespan.
RockStar2005, 06 Jun 2016Also, even IF T-Mobile decides to somehow grant my request, the XP in its CURRENT state still ... morehttps://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voice_over_LTE
"For end-to-end Full-HD Voice calls to succeed however, both the caller and recipient's handsets as well as """networks""" have to support the feature."
So I believe its up to network providers to provide it, and manufacturers to put support for it into the phone, as in support of needed codecs, which Sony has ( as stated so in X Performance white paper)
Tann Hauser, 06 Jun 2016Its HD Voice right?
I personally dont care for that to tell you the truth, but
I dont see wh... moreAlso, even IF T-Mobile decides to somehow grant my request, the XP in its CURRENT state still doesn't have VoLTE capability anyway (unless T-Mobile was able to send me a patch, or is THAT what you meant?! lol)
The only hope is that Sony deploys an update to all XP phones that enables it. But the Z5 never got that update either, so it's hard for me to believe Tann that Sony has any plans to add it in. So unless they do, my options are to unhappily switch to AT&T (they DO NOT require that dumb certification, and so VoLTE isn't necessary), or just get the unlocked HTC 10 and use it on my T-Mobile's network. What to do Tann?? lol