daimon, 05 Jul 2016Metal frame with plastic back. Lol. Overall, the Sony Xperia XA Ultra has the look and feel of an expensive phone and we're left with quite positive impressions.
The look of the thin bezels is strikingly impressive, which is a rarity these days. The metal sides make this huge phone feel rock solid so build quality is on par with the looks.
I am owner z2 and I am very pleased, I changed every four years always sony,
not because I have a problems dut for a change, I never been the sony for proplems,
the phones that change utill now ia U T Z and now I have the Z2
James, 20 Jun 2016I think that Sony could have done better with the battery capacity. 2700 mAh is ridiculously l... moreKinda agree. T2 Ultra has outstanding battery life due to lower screen resolution and higher battery capacity. As successor's successor... this one should be better (or at least maintain the same quality) in any way.
We dont need your garbage brand recommendation..
Like no other.
Sony the true King !
Anonymous, 25 Jul 2016Sony should fire their designer. Even I can do way better that yeah? can you give us a sample. so curious to see you design
good mobile but battery not enough replace battery after 5to6 month
Anirban Mondal , 23 Jul 2016Only 2,700 mah??? I think it may be comes battery problem few months later. Good opinions
This phone is incredible, sony keeps amazing me every time, i wish you a good luck sony :)
Anonymous, 25 Jul 2016i reccomend samsung a9 and mi max both are 1000 time better than Xperia XA UltraSo true. They r tons of smartphones batter that that.
Novadog, 23 Jul 2016It amazes me that this phones has no Gyroscope. What are you doing Sony..don 't amaze dude there are many midrange phones that have not gyro sensor. like galaxy a7 2016.
i think camera quality is among flagships for this phone. i amazed for camera quality .
i reccomend samsung a9 and mi max both are 1000 time better than Xperia XA Ultra
Here is why the most people dislike it :
Not big enough battery
Not big enough screen display (At least 6.44')
Not powerful enough SoC
It amazes me that this phones has no Gyroscope. What are you doing Sony..
Hey this is just for compare and you opinion.with phone, sony xperia xa ultra and oppo f1 plus,which is a selfie rocker,their both have 16mp front camera,so which one,your prefer
just for fun:)
Only 2,700 mah??? I think it may be comes battery problem few months later.
It pisses me off that Sony made this mid-range phone 16GB internal! 32/64GB-internal on the market-price is so cheap right now, and the phone could last several years in the cell phone re-buying world. I download a lot of video streaming apps, and they take up so much space, majority of the time an external drive will not except. That 75% full warning sign is annoying. I don't want to denture Sony sales; I want the phone, however the internal storage makes me feel limited, and like 2000s Nokia limited. I feel like I'm always getting the short end of the stick when I am a consumer that just wants a large screen. I jumped at getting the Xperia Z Ultra 6.4-inches, which was a beast in performance! Then took a huge hit after breaking two of them and opt-ed to get the Xperia T2 Ultra with 8GB internal killed me. Then Xperia C5 Ultra with 16GB interal, alight, but not as snappy as I can be. I've reached to the point I want to upgrade my 6-inch screen, but I want more. 6-inch phone screen is a cool marketing-ploy, but what would be better if you just make 128GB across the board, and blow out your entire competition and make Apple seem petty charging $100 increments between 32, 64, 128.... In 2000s I bought a 16GB SD Card when it first hit the market for $72, it is now today is literally $10, why do I want to buy a $10-phone that should be placed in a 3rd World Indian market? Raise the bar so technology can just move on and screw planned obsolesces, and go for longer re-buy market business model, because the brand will have a various quantity of phones if you produce 3 phones twice a year that stays in a re-buy market for the next 6 years = 36 phones available for customers when they BOOM! suddenly break their phone (which is inevitable).﻿