DenisXD, 12 Jul 2017S6? Ok stop sweety, enough. S6 had a bad battery life. If you don't like Sony don't buy em, si... moreI liked it when you called me sweety;) But seriously maybe not the S6. But I stand by the other phones I mentioned here. And I hope you can get what I was trying to say earlier yeah?
Gino76, 12 Jul 2017Please do not accuse me of not being a Z owner. As I've written here in the past I had the Z1,... moreS6? Ok stop sweety, enough. S6 had a bad battery life. If you don't like Sony don't buy em, simple.
There is no way i can take you seriously now that you mentioned s6, and good battery life in the same sentence.
DenisXD, 11 Jul 2017battery life issues with previous z phones? No, even reviewers praise older z phones for their... morePlease do not accuse me of not being a Z owner. As I've written here in the past I had the Z1, Z2, Z3, M5, Z5, Z5 Premium and the XZ. The reason why I said Xperia phones have poor battery life is this. In the past 3 years that I had Xperia phones I did not changed jobs and I have been using almost the same number of apps and the same tasks everyday. Battery life is very subjective to each individual we all know that. So, based on my 3 years of experience (and owning various Android phone 3 years prior to that period) I have concluded that Xperia phones have very poor battery life and/or the software is rushed or not fully optimised. I have practically done almost all the battery saving tricks (apart from rooting)known under the sun and the phones I found to have an excellent battery life (and seemingly optimsed software) is Motorola (like my current Moto G4), Samsung (like my previous S6 and A5 2016) & Huawei (like my old Honor 5 and P8 Lite 2017). What i mean by good battery life is I don't need to charge the device midday or afternoon; I always have it fully charged by 6am and by 9pm I would still have at least under 20%. Does this explain everything to you?
xXENDER FREAKXx, 11 Jul 2017More than 5p percent is hardware problems, totally5% of hardware problems? That means 95% is software-related and that is a huge number.
kios, 11 Jul 2017Id like to buy a phone . But i hv a problem to choose one of them ... Xperia Z5 or xperia x? ... moreGet the XPERIA X. It doesn't throttle that much and overheat like the XPERIA Z5. Day to day performance is better on the XPERIA X
Gino76, 10 Jul 2017But, how in the world would i know if a Z3 has "v.2.0" SD801? Ive had various Xperia phones in... morebattery life issues with previous z phones? No, even reviewers praise older z phones for their battery life, especially z3.
Now i know you are not a valid z owner.
Id like to buy a phone . But i hv a problem to choose one of them ... Xperia Z5 or xperia x? Which one would u choose.. plizz giv ur opinion
I recently updated my Xperia z5 to Nougat 7.1 1 version and realized that the battery drains pretty quickly even though the phone is on idle. Therefore looking for some useful tips to fix this issue..your suggestions and advice would be much more appreciated!
DenisXD, 10 Jul 2017hey mate. Yeah you bet 801 is more officient and consistent in performance, hence z3 has a goo... moreBut, how in the world would i know if a Z3 has "v.2.0" SD801? Ive had various Xperia phones in the past and All have the same problems: battery life. And i have started to think that it is poor and rushed software optimisations. Whenever I ring Sony customer services they seem to be oblivious of the issue (not recognising the issue) and instead blame Google for the "late" updates and by the time Sony pushes the update it's either too late or is poorly optimised.
xXENDER FREAKXx, 10 Jul 2017Its hardware problemsMore of hardware issues or poor software optimisations? What percentage of hardware &/or software issues?
Gino76, 09 Jul 2017But if you have a newer SD810 and 3GB RAM surely won't that compensate for the "poor" battery ... morehey mate. Yeah you bet 801 is more officient and consistent in performance, hence z3 has a good impression. 810 is powerful and all that but not consistent. even v.2 has issues.
The problem within it is it's read/writting processes, ive done research on the matter.
the problem with it's power drainage lies behind rushed optimisation. They took their 4 core software and made it suitable for 8 core chips. That and that they wanted to have it ready asap as usual, that's why we have v.2 but still, it's still 810.
Anyway there is little we can do to save our battery life and i wont lie to you, it can be better. Still z5 is the best 810 phone in the world so..
xXENDER FREAKXx, 26 Jun 2017Android 7.0 will bring down the battery life because there is more features dude. Plus the fea... moreBut if you have a newer SD810 and 3GB RAM surely won't that compensate for the "poor" battery life of the Z5? Does it also mean Sony's software isn't fully optimised? Or just poor hardware choices?
xXENDER FREAKXx, 26 Jun 2017Emmm u gotta think for a moment dude. What chip is XPERIA Z5 even using? A SNAPDRAGON 810. Com... moreSo I heard. This would mean SD801 doesn't heat up or throttle that much? Downside is it will not get Nougat 7.0. Only ROMs.
Anonymous, 09 Jul 2017Other brands that used the Snapdragon 810, throttled down the speed or used the 808 chipset. ... moreBut, this year, Sony is leading back. Previously they finally got a proper flagship XPERIA XZ. Then they made a XPERIA XZs and XPERIA XZ PREMIUM. The 2nd half of the year I am guessing they will have better flagships, 2 of them
xXENDER FREAKXx, 03 Jul 2017Until now I realized how much impact the XPERIA Z3+ gave to the people after the XPERIA Z3. Sa... moreOther brands that used the Snapdragon 810, throttled down the speed or used the 808 chipset. Hence, only Sony had the overheating problems. Don't know why Sony make such a big mistake using the 810 chip with the Z3+ and then again in the Z5.
Although the Z5 had dual heat pipes, it still ran like a toaster !