Reviews and Problems with Sony Xperia Z / Xperia Z HSPA+ / Xperia Z LTE / C6603 / C6602
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I recomend this cellphone to all of you who want to record awesome videos out there
Roger Z., Amazon
7 days ago
Summary: I bought this one long time ago... And still working. It is really water proff. I used it in the ocean and in pools and nothing happend. I recomend this cellphone to all of you who want to record awesome videos out there... The camera is really good if you know how to use it.
Summary: SONY XPERIA Z C6603 This phone wasn't ok from the start; First of all in the first two weeks of usage the battery was overheating, the RAM wasn’t good at all! When I purchased the cell phone they told me it was a new one and it turned out it was a REFURBISHED one!
Excerpt: What a great phone, I jumped from an iphone 4 all them years ago and havent looked back. It awesome that it is still getting supported by Sony. Now rocking 5.1.1 and probably since 4.2 the best version since then! Sony fixed the bugs that were in 5.0.2!
Pros: Easy to use, Still gorgeous to look and hasnt outdated
Cons: Eventually the waterproofing of the phone will eventually weaken over time as I learnt the hard way but it did drop into the ocean and its still all good and no damage but it has lost its waterproofing.
Summary: Good seller got phone very quick but the phone is terrible and feels cheap..I havent had the phone a month yet and within 2 weeks the cover for the battery charger port broke off.. and I accidentally slept with phone in my pocket to wake up with a cracked screen..
... falls not know if the phone that control this bad not recommend it
victor rodrigues, Amazon
26 July 2015
Summary: the product you buy sony xperia z c6603 international seller said telephone bands in Venezuela serving 3g 900 in which any of the operating grips 3g 2g and just grab the signal falls not know if the phone that control this bad not recommend it, I have the papers cel pressed.
Summary: The pros are basically that it's pretty cheap, runs the wonderful new version of Android, and still has pretty respectable specs. I doubt most people straight up need their mobile to have the processing and graphics power of a decent laptop.