Soul13, 21 Feb 2013I got this phone I'm jealous. Wish I have this beauty in my hands. But my sxs still amazes me, sharp display and beautiful color reproduction. My friends own s3 and still they compliments my sxs's screen even in low brightness.
i.n.k, 21 Feb 2013this phone is a superbeast, based on all the specs it's looks so powerful. the screen size is ... moreCheck my previous post in the xda forum, they have actual opinion in the battery. And besides its screen is not like htc its screen lcd is more energy eficient. I think.
this phone is a superbeast, based on all the specs it's looks so powerful. the screen size is huge and the quality is phenomenal, however this accompanied with the non-renewable battery could lead to the a really shitty battery life. the battery lives on smartphones aren't the best but looking at the specs it could be really under par.
Anonymous, 21 Feb 2013Other site says its gud on actual basis. They get 1 day in moderate used. Its beter to get som... moreOh, here's one opinion by someone at the XDA Developers forum:
"Using the Z yesterday I had over 9 hrs of use with 3.5 hours with the screen on (about 20 minutes of that with full brightness, rest of the time I had it about half brightness), 4g data, wifi and bluetooth on all day, facebook and twitter syncing every hour, email every 30 minutes plus a gmail account for push email, gtalk running full time, about 6 accounts syncing also used the camera a little bit for burst shots before I plugged it in to charge when I went to bed. Still had around 20% left. That is without the stamina mode on or any other battery saving features.
This phone last so much longer than my ion or TL. I don't think there is an issue with battery life here."
He even posted pictures of his battery stats. 3.5 hours of screen on use, with 20% left after 9 hours of unplug.
I'm interested in the stamina of actual continuous screen on with this. Anyone cab confirm?
TheNeighbor, 21 Feb 2013And then a review says the battery charge to go on a full day, but again another one is parti... moreOther site says its gud on actual basis. They get 1 day in moderate used. Its beter to get some actual opinion who uses. Che xda forum
Anonymous, 20 Feb 2013Yeah, there is no proof of cellphones causing cancer, after all these years and so much resear... moreYes and even if it causes cancer the people will never stop using it plus the research team that tries to prove the cancer link with mobiles phones have far less budget than the research team who are working to disprove the cancer theory..after all they are backed by Mobile World Congress with both power and money. Just like that movie called "Thank you For Smoking"
Does this handset has Notification lights for New Message and Missed call? This question goes to new owner of this phone.
Does this fone hav a/b/g/n wifi or b/g/n?
And does it hav ir remote like the zl n tablet s?
can anyone tell me whether sony xperia z supports 1080p videos/movies or not?
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And then a review says the battery charge to go on a full day, but again another one is partially confirming Engadget's claim the battery usage to go on for only around 6 hours :
"We haven’t been able to run our battery life benchmark yet, but during 40 minutes of intensive use surfing the internet and playing games, the phone's battery dropped 10%, showing you should be able to play around the phone constantly for six hours on a charge."
Rather disappointing again for Sony's bad reputation for battery capacities for their mid to high preforming smartphones, if the Z's battery actual continuous usage time is at only 6 hours. Waiting on GSM Arenas battery review.
Xperia Z is a good phone, but new HTC One will be even better than xperia z. Therefore I'll buy HTC One, sorry Sony!
yuuu, 21 Feb 2013many people said its not IPS. it's IPS screen. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sony_Xperia_Zi'm not sure if i'm right or not wrong, but it's written "The Sony Xperia Z has a 5.0" 1080p TFT display (1920x1080) with a ppi of approximately 440.6."
This is a deal breaker:
"... that the Xperia Z didn't go beyond six hours on our battery rundown test. Looping video at 50 percent brightness, with WiFi on (but not connected), the phone managed a little over five and a half hours on our first test. That's actually longer than the Nexus 4 which also had issues going the distance at 5:18, but less than both the Droid DNA and the 720p Optimus G. Oddly, the Z model packs a 2,330mAh power cell, versus the 2,020mAh battery found on HTC's 5-incher. So what's going on here? We repeated our test twice, as it'd be a shame for an erroneous benchmark to sully the Xperia Z's name. However, the second round added only 10 minutes. It could be that Sony's screen tech is less power-efficient than HTC's IPS Super LCD 3."