Reviews and Problems with Sony Xperia Z / Xperia Z HSPA+ / Xperia Z LTE / C6603 / C6602
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Sony Xperia Z
19 November 2014
Excerpt: For the second year in a row, Sony has been the first to release its flagship device in a brand new year. It was about a year ago when Sony had announced its Xperia S , which dropped its “Ericsson” name and featured its first ever dual-core smart phone device.
Sony Xperia Z review: Finally a flagship phone you can shower with
12 February 2014
Excerpt: Love : ستبدو صورك وأفلامك بغاية الروعة على شاشة Sony Xperia Z بقياس 5 إنش مع وضوح ودقة Full HD، وبكثافة تصل إلى 443 بكسل/إنش (مماثلة للجالكسي إس 4 ، وأقل بقليل من HTC One كون هذا الأخير ذو شاشة أصغر).
Conclusion: Sony's Xperia Z targets accident-prone smartphone users with its waterproof and dustproof design. It's a slim, aesthetically appealing device with good call quality, a vibrant display and a well-performing camera, but falls short of the HTC One (Est.
Pros: Waterproof and dustproof, Thin, attractive glass body, Good call quality
Cons: Limited viewing angles, Graininess and blur to many images
Summary: It’s nice to see the XPERIA Z finally available in the U.S. A wider carrier availability would have been even better, but T-Mobile wins by securing this exclusive deal with Sony. This carrier has interesting plans that could potentially save money for subscribers with a moderate usage pattern, but...
Conclusion: The Xperia Z is a great phone and one of the best options on T-Mobile. Though T-Mobile users have a lot of other choices – the Nexus 4, Galaxy S4, HTC One, BlackBerry Z10, Galaxy Note 2, and iPhone 5 – the Xperia Z is the only device that is dust and water proof.
Pros: Beautiful glass design, Waterproof and dustproof, Powerful processor, Great button placement
Cons: Glass case prone to fingerprints, Battery life weak
Conclusion: The Xperia Z is a surprise. From our original review, we knew it was a solid performer, but even with the Galaxy S 4 and the HTC One on the scene, it's impressive how well it holds up to - and, in some cases, out-performs - its newer rivals.