Superfly, 01 Feb 2013http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ktIhuJA_92I
fast forward to 1:35
to see what perfect erg... moreYou might wanna see the Sony propagande vid one more time.
Yes we do click it many times and yes it does matter how it is designed/shaped. What they forgot is that it also matters where it is placed - in an ergonomical sense - not just to make it look cool.
Atom16, 01 Feb 2013It scores an average rating of 9.3 but still not listed on the rankings. even the latest BB Z1... moreThe Devices that are released & Available in the Market only will get listed in the rankings by rate
& latest BB Z10 is now available, so it's in the list...
so When Xperia Z released, it will be on top, no worries
Atom16, 01 Feb 2013It scores an average rating of 9.3 but still not listed on the rankings. even the latest BB Z1... moreIts because the Blackberry is already out, Xperia Z will hit the rankings when its up for sales. Maybe less than 2 weeks left.
Anonymous, 01 Feb 2013reality display is not a screen technology...for mobile wold sake. It is an algorithm.An algorithm is technology. Its software. Anyway you are wrong, its not just software algorithms, when Xperia Arc came out a Sony rep said the following to explain reality display:
"The combination of all those things: the physical screen, the manufacturing of the screen, the no air gap, the colour filter, the mobile BRAVIA engine, together should give the consumer something that is a really good representation of real life."
"And that’s where the name Reality Display comes from."
KD619, 01 Feb 2013what i want to know is why such a tough mobile with a dragontrail needs a screen pretector ?!!! Uhm for me, to preserve the market value of the product so that if I want to sel my phone it will be a good price. Eventhough they say its scratch resistant just in case.
Anonymous, 01 Feb 2013Why would Sony use IPS LCD or Super AMOLED display when they have their own Reality Display wh... morereality display is not a screen technology...for mobile wold sake. It is an algorithm.
what i want to know is why such a tough mobile with a dragontrail needs a screen pretector ?!!!
Marco M, 01 Feb 2013This isn't the first phone to feature low side buttons.
Most people try to a hold a phone ... morehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ktIhuJA_92I
fast forward to 1:35
to see what perfect ergonomics design engineering and button placement is.
So far this is the most perfectly designed phone . this one got my attention it has a soul melting design and concept. i love designs and concepts of sony . i hate the design and concept of all samsung products but i love their hardware. this should be given the best phone of the year award in terms of design quality and engineering.
Grimlock, 31 Jan 2013I disagree with you that people buy Samsung phone b/c they can't afford Sony. That's the very ... moreMy answer to your statement about Sony not being that expensive is because the previous flagships only have dual core chipsets inside. This is the first quad core of Sony so this is a totally different story. This is going to be far expensive than the S3 and maybe on par or a little expensive than the Note 2. Well, Note 2 is good, but it is too big compared to the Xperia Z. Gonna have my One X+ changed to the Z! I like it! ;)
Anonymous, 31 Jan 2013Several reviewers has given credit for the good button placement on the Z. Lets try first befo... moreThis isn't the first phone to feature low side buttons.
Most people try to a hold a phone in one hand - usually the right hand, as the majority of all people are right handed - and using ones thumb on the screen and the side buttons.
When you then have to bend your thumb very low - and also put your grip very low - to reach the buttons. Not only is it bad ergonomics but it increases the chance of you loosing grip and having it fall to the ground. The fact that it's surface is very smooth does not help.
So that's what happens when quality control fails.
So, what if you're left handed? Then you can use your middle and/or index finger to lock/unlock and change volume. Not nearly as comfterble as using the flexible thumb of course. However, you would also have those fingers always touching those buttons and could cause inadvertent clicks.
So basically, this placement of buttons is unfortunate regardless of which hand you use.
Other than that, the phone looks nice.
Btw, lame personal attacks aren't for adults.
Anonymous, 01 Feb 2013no advance screen panel e.g. IPS or super amoled? even did not mention from its spec that it i... moreWhy would Sony use IPS LCD or Super AMOLED display when they have their own Reality Display which they've been using in their Bravia TVs??
no advance screen panel e.g. IPS or super amoled? even did not mention from its spec that it is using a led backlighted TFT screen. I have xperia pro and the screen is LED backlighted.
officially priced at UK: 520 pounds. look at the main page of this site.
vasanth, 31 Jan 2013Hey Sony people . . . HTC launched before two years now you are trying . . . Great check for y... moreHey thnx for ur gr8 advice and opinion...but just wait...it is just a beginning....sony always has unmatched quality...htc is definitely better than others brands but not better thn Sony. ..so plz wait