Sony Xperia er Sonys mobile flaggskip for år 2013. Modellen er utsmykket med en 5 tommers skjerm med oppløsning på 1920x1080 piksler. Telefonen har også et 13 megapiksel kamera, firekjernet prosessor på 1,5 GHz fra Qualcomm og dessuten 2 GB RAM.Xperia Z levers med Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) med flere ulike funksjoner fra Sony. Minnet er på 16 GB, men det finnes mulighet til å komplettere med SD-kort. Som flere andre av Sonys nye telefoner tåler Z støv og er vanntett ned til en meters dyp. Et eventuellt plask ned i toalettet trenger derfor ikke koste deg mer enn en smule vanære. Lukk
Sony Xperia Z
The Sony Xperia Z boasts a thin, attractive design thatâ€™s also dust- and water-resistant. Itâ€™s equipped with a big, bright screen and 4G LTE, takes great pictures, and has sharp call quality.
The Sony Xperia Zâ€™s battery life is short, its camera is slow, and its processor is not as peppy as those found in other flagship phones. Its glossy chassis attracts fingerprints easily.
The bottom line:
The Sony Xperia Z makes sense if a water-resistant design and excellent photos are a priority, but skip it if you demand blazingly fast performance and long battery life.
Sony Xperia Z Review - Introduction, Design and Screen
Beautiful 5-inch Full HD display
Sleek, strong, waterproof design
Pleasing OS and UI combination
Handset quickly becomes smeared mess
Becomes excessive hot during use
Disappointing battery life
Camera Quality: 8/10
Screen Quality: 9/10
Sony Xperia Z
- Display: high resolution
- Polished design
- Quality manufacturing
- Dust- and water-resistant
- Exemplary responsiveness
- Sony user interface is effective and well integrated
- Screen brightness
- Good phone function
- Display: low contrast
- Finger smudging...
- Camera can't compete with the best
- Speaker location
Review Sony Xperia Z Smartphone
Appealing design and good build quality
Case is IP certified
Google Android 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean)
Many connectivity options (NFC, LTE)
Simple to operate, easy text entry
Application and graphics performance
Very sharp FullHD display with 443 DPI
Main camera features 13 megapixels but is just good enough for snapshots
Display: high black value and low contrast
Viewing angle stability of the 5-inch display is less than stellar
Phone gets warm even during idle
Buttons on the right and speaker are not placed well
Fairly high power consumption and average battery life
Sony Xperia Z review
- Stamina mode is a boon for battery life
- Rugged, yet handsome, construction
- Water- and dust-resistant
- Headset is excellent for bass-heavy music
- Limited viewing angles
- Mediocre ergonomics
- Sub-par camera performance
- PlayStation Mobile remains woefully underdeveloped
Sony's best Android phone to date is merely decent by the broader market's standards
Much like the Xperia S that came before it, the Xperia Z suffers from the unfortunate duality of being both Sonyâ€™s best phone to date and a merely average Android handset. Thereâ€™s just no getting around the fact that Sony remains one step behind the competition. It stacks up a heaving spec sheet just as specs begin to matter least, it introduces an all-glass design just as others start to move away from it, and, most importantly, it fails to provide a compelling argument for purchasing it ahead of HTC, Samsung, or even LGâ€™s alternatives.
Water and dust resistance is a rare and valuable trait for a phone of this size and the battery Stamina mode is legitimately useful, but together they just donâ€™t add up to enough to make this device truly desirable. Sony loyalists and Android purists will find a few things to like, however the Xperia Zâ€™s lasting legacy will be one of unfulfilled potential and inadequate differentiation.
- Design: 7/10
- Display: 7/10
- Camera(s): 6/10
- Reception / call quality: 8/10
- Performance: 7/10
- Software: 7/10
- Battery life: 8/10
- Ecosystem: 8/10
Sony Xperia Z review
The 5in screen?s boundary-stretching resolution and 441ppi density trounces the Samsung Galaxy S III?s 720 x 1,280, 306ppi 4.8in panel. It?s the sharpest screen we?ve ever seen on a phone, and the difference can be seen up close, with the naked eye. The Sony?s screen is just a little bit better, with crisper images and sharper text.
5" Full HD Display
PC Pro Recommended
Overall Rating: 5/6
Features & Design: 5/6
Value for Money: 4/6
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- The most beautiful Sony phone yet
- Water resistance on a flagship device
- Strong performance
- Disappointing battery life
- Poor viewing angles
The Xperia Z proves that Sony has what it takes to make a compelling phone in an increasingly competitive market, but issues like battery life need to be confronted, even at the expense of the design.
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