AnonD-485035, 09 Jan 2016Not sure either to go with z5 premium or Note 5 ?Ah, always the same question...
It all depends what you value the most in a smartphone
Both are good in camera, sound, performance, gaming, etc.,
but main actual differential is:
if you value batterylife more go for Note5,
if you value storage capacity more go for Z5P.
AnonD-103392, 07 Jan 2016What is the aperture of the front cam of z5 premium? Is it f/2.4 or f/1.9?Its f/2.0 for the rear and f2.4 for the front camera i.e z5p is not good in low light conditions.
AnonD-103392, 07 Jan 2016What is the aperture of the front cam of z5 premium? Is it f/2.4 or f/1.9?f/2.4 I believe, at least it is on the standard Z5.
What is the aperture of the front cam of z5 premium? Is it f/2.4 or f/1.9?
AnonD-434597, 05 Jan 2016You know everything about your phone. Why complain.. The contents is set at FHD. So, visibl... moreYesterday I tried a 4K SBS (Side By Side) Video with the Cardboard VR. And the Pixels were not as evident...in fact in some very detailed images they were not visible at all. So I guess the unit was rendering at full res on those contrary to the 1080 ones I had tried.
gave my old xperiaz3+ to a friend, i been using the premium, we have same internet and blahblah. his youtube play smooth but my premium lags. my z3 did have Lte options, and tat is why, Id said it. my premium only have 4g options.. No its not the same O K. meaningwise yeah it might be, but im experiencing this personally. upgrade of phone and not happy. rather have my old one, you know
First of all, this phone has 4k panel, but mostly uses 1080p, homescreen,aps etc, so you cant blame 4k panel for battery drain. 4k kicks in only in gallery with 4k content, high res images and 4k videos. Also in cardboard you dont see 4k, most likely 1080p if not even 720p.
AnonD-226698, 04 Jan 2016So far i have not found an app for the cardboard that plays in 4k. Most apps for cardboard inc... moreYou know everything about your phone. Why complain..
The contents is set at FHD. So, visible pixel is not an issue at all.
AnonD-434597, 04 Jan 2016Our question is.. Did you play videos? if not, i can tell you why.. So far i have not found an app for the cardboard that plays in 4k. Most apps for cardboard including the native one from google split the image in 2 and they render it is a sort of theater look at a limited res. Youtube's app does not play in 4k yet...you would need to download the video in 4k using a third party. Now I have played 4k in full screen and it's quite good! most people get surprised on how sharp it looks coming from the old z3 1080 screen. I had the z3 and the jump in resolution is quite noticeable.
Yash, 02 Sep 2015How about finger print sensor ??The sensor works nicely. When you set it up it makes you tap your finger multiple times and in multiple orientations so that it has a good file in order to properly recognize you when in use. The sensor is very specific (As it should) so if your hands are wet or dirty it may fail to recognize you on the first try.
The funny thing about using fingerprint recognition is realizing the real finger that you use most to open the unit, you may come to realize that you need to set up at least 4. For when getting it out of your pocket (Thumb), from when you pick it up from a table (index if facing down), from when you are reading (Other hand index) and you have it in your hand. And a neat trick is that it not only works with fingertips, I have it set up also for the nook between my index and my thumb so I can unlock it wile reading in bed.
AnonD-434597, 01 Jan 2016Nah, its you who have something wrong. Always. Someone said Z5P doesnt give crisp look when... moreI was the one who mentioned using the Z5p with a VR headset. The issue was that the pixels were visible. The Z5p has a unique chevron arrangement with it's pixels i don't know if that is what causes them to become rather visible with the VR headset magnification, but what I was saying is that even at that pixel density it is not enough for true seamless immersion. The visible pixels make you feel like you are watching an old CRT TV really up close..or like looking thru robot eyes... so for future headsets the resolution should be at least 8k.. That should be sharp enough to make the pixels not visible to the eye.