AnonD-679153, 22 Jun 2017Bewared, XZ P and XZs all have serious camera distortion problem! http://www.xperiablog.net... moreLol, i see hundreds videos on YouTube per day about the camera of the xz premium, nobody talked about this, not even GSMarena.
AnonD-679153, 22 Jun 2017Bewared, XZ P and XZs all have serious camera distortion problem! http://www.xperiablog.net... moreJust like ALL wide FOV cameras on phones... which accounts for about all present flagships. ;-)
AnonD-257122, 22 Jun 2017No XZ doesn't have any overheating issues like the Z5 while playing games, you can use it for ... moreCurrently torn between HTC U 11 vs Sony Xperia Xz Premium, dont sure which one to get, would mainly using for gaming, also to keep the phone at least 3 years.
AnonD-670091, 22 Jun 2017What about longer gaming periods, is it overheating like every previous Sony flagship or they ... moreNo XZ doesn't have any overheating issues like the Z5 while playing games, you can use it for longer hours without burning your palms.
Bewared, XZ P and XZs all have serious camera distortion problem!
AnonD-647328, 22 Jun 2017If you want professional photos, then use a pro camera with a tripod. Not a camera pho e. May... moreThanks for the tip but i can take professional pictures with my Xperia alone.
AnonD-670091, 22 Jun 2017What about longer gaming periods, is it overheating like every previous Sony flagship or they ... moreI don't need hands on on XPERIA XZ PREMIUM. Because I already got XPERIA XZ. The heat should be around the same. Seriously there is no overheating on Sony phones. The only reason why it overheats on the XPERIA Z5 is because it is using a chipset that overheats a lot even with the heatpipes. It doesn't overheat, just slightly warmer that all. I never reach until 50°C and above only 45°C highest and thats current phone temperature standards. SNAPDRAGON 835 is much more efficient and doesn't heat up like its predecessor SNAPDRAGON 810 and also performs faster
What about longer gaming periods, is it overheating like every previous Sony flagship or they solved the problem? PS. only reply if you have first hand xp with it
AnonD-678118, 21 Jun 2017Someone wants professional pictures instead of good pictures he use manual mode instead of aut... moreIf you want professional photos, then use a pro camera with a tripod. Not a camera pho e. Maybe you carry a tripod around all the time.
brede, 21 Jun 2017i bought this phone and there's a couple things that irretates me. i had a htc m9 before and i... moreCan you tell about the sound quality tru headphones, speakers, battery life, screen brightness, screen quality? Performance is there a lag? Crashes apps? Stutter?
like xperia xz does xzp shoutdown the camera when you are recording a video?
can you record 1 hour video?
i bought this phone and there's a couple things that irretates me. i had a htc m9 before and i have always loved the operatingsystem and userfriendly way to navigate your phone.
but this phone,
first of all the edges make the phone seem unfinnished and, its obvious that they are trying to be unique but it's not worth it and it doesn't feel very comfortable in you'r hand.
second when you turn on the wifi or 4G you have to press it twice. it's not that it's a big problem but when i already hit the 4G button i't pretty clear that i want my 4G turned on
third the keybord. maybe i'm just spoiled with the htc's keybord, but the Sony XZ Premium's keybord are to small the letters are to small even on a 5,46 screen they feel smaller than the 5" screen on the htc m9. and the numbers and symbols are set up like a calculator and then the symbols to the left of it. it feels forced to me and not practical.
forth the camera is a 19MP camera so it should get better details in a picture than the Iphone 7+ with it's 12MP but when i compared my photos with my friends it seemed as the iphone caught up more details when you zoomed in on somthing
its a very good phone but since i'm a HTC fan i'm considering switch to the HTC U11
Chef, 21 Jun 2017what about camera shutdown problem? This is main problem, but sony seems to forget it? I ch... moreIt is not and wasn't an issue, it is an overheat security to prevent the smartphone from exceeding a specific temperature to protect the smartphone from being damaged, this feature should be available in all smartphones, no wander why my 3 years old z3 is still brand new until now, note that this happens only when recording 4k or 1080p 60 fps.