Reviews and Problems with Sony Xperia Z1 Compact / D5503
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Sony Xperia Z1 Compact Review: Not Your Ordinary Mini
6 June 2014
Excerpt: We review the Xperia Z1 Compact! There has been no shortage of amazing, hi-end smartphones announced in the previous months. But while flagship offerings of international and local brands has been increasing in both features and specs, they’ve also been steadily growing in size.
Summary: Get the Sony Xperia Z1 Compact on Amazon It seems the companies have figured it out – smaller form factors aren’t a fringe product but are in very real demand. But “mini” versions of flagships tend to lose some of what make their bigger siblings appealing in the first place, unfortunately.
Sony Xperia Z1 Compact review: high end Android goodness
3 April 2014
Conclusion: Overall, I liked the Xperia Z1 Compact but as with any other smartphone, it isn’t perfect. It has a very good screen, a decent camera, premium design, marathon battery life and Android KitKat.
Conclusion: Apple has long argued the merits of its perfect-sized iPhone that you can comfortably hold and use without requiring two hands. If you buy into that, then the Xperia Z1 Compact is easily your best option on the Android platform right now.
Summary: Inside the Xperia Z1 Compact you�ll find an 8.74 Wh (2,300 mAh, 3.8 V) non-removable battery, which is fairly large for this class of handsets. Compared to the Xperia Z1, the Z1 Compact has a 26% smaller display paired with a 23% smaller battery, and when this is combined with a lower display...
Sony Xperia Z1 Compact review: when smaller is better
31 January 2014
Excerpt: For the longest time, the prevailing trend with mobile phones was to take last year’s handset and make it smaller. Shave a few millimeters off, shed a couple of grams, and give users the same experience but in a leaner shell.
Pros: Best screen on a Sony smartphone to date, Battery is a gift that keeps on giving, Flagship performance in a compact size, Waterproof and built to last
Cons: Not as friendly to the palm as curvier phones, Camera is hindered by over-processing of images, Doesn’t ship with the latest version of Android, but does include bloatware