Anonymous, 02 Apr 2018I had the Xc and now have XZ1c. None of them had any heating issues. Only Z5c had this problem... moreIf I run google maps, or skype or take video and all this for more than 15 minutes, my Xc heats up, not too badly, but when I did all this in hot weather, then it was s bit much. So this doesn't happen with XZ1c? Im hoping the bigger brain makes the difference...
Anonymous, 01 Apr 2018Hi guys, is this XZ1c have same heating issues that Xc had under heavy usage?I had the Xc and now have XZ1c. None of them had any heating issues. Only Z5c had this problem I believe due to the 810 SOC
Hi guys, is this XZ1c have same heating issues that Xc had under heavy usage?
I bought an xz1 compact recently because I'm not too happy about the upcoming replacement which seems to be heavier and with a longer display and worse battery efficiency re xz2 compact
I'm happy with my purchase. It is the perfect size for one handed use. Very smooth experience. the selfie camera is very nice to capture environmental shots with the 18mm lens
big in small
using whatsapp only for work
and game for after work
briliant faster phone :)
ClockSoicy084, 26 Mar 2018Oo the camera question. Well going by what every other owner says, the camera is good, but not... moreI also have wifi, data, location and Bluetooth on all the time as well. Wifi is off sometimes when I'm away from home though
217.TD, 28 Mar 2018Check out Galaxy A3 series dude, a Samsung 4.6~4.7 pocket phones :))I smell terrible specs.
Anonymous, 28 Mar 2018Please tell which to have between this and X Compact? But name the reasons as well. ThanksXZ1c.
In short, it's a bang-for-bucks
Yet, you should consider a discount period though
Long answer in my opinion:
I would say you have to go for the XZ1 Compact instead of X Compact
1: XZ1c is more cost-effective with better packed features including the camera, camera software. On the other hand, the Xc was released in a time where we had... budget-tight Sony. Everything is mid-ranged, not worth an upgrade after Z5. Camera is good yet the software behind the viewfinder is bad, especially looking at HDR quality then, the phone heats to the point Camera has to close after abt 10 mins. The inly premium is the Snapdragon 820 yet, the 600$+ launch price tag is not right. The X (X, X performance, Xc) seems half-assed to me.
2. This results from the above point as well that due to those components, X is not well optimized. You will experience lags, RAM suffocates (only 3GBs for Nougat above is not enough), heat-ups and battery drained drastically. Dunno why. But even my Z3c does his job better than X Compact.
Please tell which to have between this and X Compact? But name the reasons as well. Thanks
Newtmas, 27 Mar 2018How about the battery life. Is it good? And performance, speakers quality and audio quality? Good? What other manufacturer besides Sony or Apple maked Compact 4.6" phones? None! The new ugly XZ2 Compact with its 5" screen isnt compact at all.
How about the battery life. Is it good? And performance, speakers quality and audio quality? Good?
Getterpry, 25 Mar 2018How was the camera? I planning to buy this phone. ThanksOo the camera question. Well going by what every other owner says, the camera is good, but not going to blow your socks off. I haven't tried it, but with a tripod and manual camera work you can probably take some pretty good low light shots. I stuck a 128gb micro sd card into my xz1 Compact because I enjoy taking lots of pictures and videos. You do lose clarity when you say zoom in on some trees off into the distance. I took the picture for the whole environment, not just the tree haha.
I bought this phone for battery life, a size, and camera. I take pictures for myself and friends, not for social media.
If camera is really important to you, I hear Pixel camera is pretty good, or even an s8. If I had to choose other than this phone, I would've gone with Pixel 2 (if it was cheaper) or Lg G6 (for the wide angle lens).
In short: It's up there, but not #1 in smartphone cameras. Hopefully in future updates it improves. If photographer no, if you like taking pictures perhaps. For me it's great.
I hope I helped you in your question
Anonymous, 24 Mar 2018More exactly around 18 hours, from 6am to 12am after normal social use. Some people experience different battery lifes, and 1-1.5 days is my usual runtime. Highest usually is 4 hours screen on time watching some YouTube and a lot of internet browsing. I don't really play games on my phone.