Gino76, 16 Jul 2017I see your point. So you think an SD820/821 or Exynos 8xxx would be better then? Yes. I would prefer SNAPDRAGON 821 or SNAPDRAGON 835 if they want to have an upgraded version of XPERIA XZs. Good hardware and software totals up as a good phone u know :)
xXENDER FREAKXx, 16 Jul 2017It is because I mostly blame the problem for overheating the XPERIA Z3+ and XPERIA Z5 to the n... moreI see your point. So you think an SD820/821 or Exynos 8xxx would be better then?
Gino76, 16 Jul 2017I find that hard to believe that 5% only comprises of the software of a device. I thought it i... moreIt is because I mostly blame the problem for overheating the XPERIA Z3+ and XPERIA Z5 to the notorious SNAPDRAGON 810 and not the software. Because the software is light, so I see no problems with it
xXENDER FREAKXx, 14 Jul 2017Yep, sort ofI find that hard to believe that 5% only comprises of the software of a device. I thought it is more 30% the very least.
AnonD-84936, 14 Jul 2017ave had the Z5 since 2016 september ,i bought it second hand for around $250 it was 2 months o... moreU won't regret getting Sony phones man. They can last longer than Samsung :)
ave had the Z5 since 2016 september ,i bought it second hand for around $250 it was 2 months old and the best decision ever.just make sure as with all sony glass phones get a cover and glass protector .i have washed it, been rained on, dropped it few times and its still intact running 7.0 yet to update to 7.1.1 will give review then .people complain battery life is low which always happens after all upgrades before the battery re-calibrates unless ur a droid newbie its all phones not just z5.true it gets hot esp playing hardcore games but also cools in seconds and never hangs my phone goes for two weeks or more without need to restart there issue with bluetooth but not major mine cant change tracks using headset unless using third party app.life log is good at tracking sleep etc even without smart watch due to inbuilt sensors.i love my z5 and will update to 7.1.1 without fear
Gino76, 13 Jul 2017So 5% is software related issues?Yep, sort of
Gino76, 13 Jul 2017Warmer?you know what i mean.. xxx
i mean i got a snapdragon 810 phone, things are about to get hot between us x
xXENDER FREAKXx, 13 Jul 2017Oops, sorry. Should be the opposite.So 5% is software related issues?
DenisXD, 12 Jul 2017You liked it? Well maybe we can get warmer then :) Warmer?
Gino76, 12 Jul 20175% of hardware problems? That means 95% is software-related and that is a huge number. Oops, sorry. Should be the opposite.
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?