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Sony Xperia Smartphones
 
# 1 : Tuesday 25-2-2014 @ 19:36
 
 
Started off looking for a tablet, then decided a smartphone might offer more connectivity than a tablet. Looked at Samsung S4 and S3 before deciding on the Xperia Z because it was a good bit cheaper than the Samsungs and hardware wise it seemed to fit between the S3 and S4.

Liking it so far

Was working for a guy last week and he had just acquired the newer flagship Xperia Z1 on Vodafone bill pay. I was a bit surprised to see a slightly grubby smartphone that looked like mine sitting on the track of a digger
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# 2 : Wednesday 26-2-2014 @ 16:37
 
 
A lot of people are saying the Z2 beats the Samsung S5. But I think it looks a tad too big.
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# 3 : Wednesday 26-2-2014 @ 17:47
 
 
I have the Sony Xperia Neo for under 3 years now. Good phone with brilliant photo and video. 2 people in my job got the Z1 and I like it but I agree with Thomas, it is quite big and Id imagine bulky in the pocket. Im waiting to what HTC has to announce about its follow on product to the HTC One in March.
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# 4 : Wednesday 26-2-2014 @ 17:54
 
 
I hadn't heard of a Z2 Thomas.
It's making mine feel dated.
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# 5 : Thursday 27-2-2014 @ 13:43
 
 
Such is the way of it with Smartphones - especially on the faster moving Android platform.
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# 6 : Thursday 27-2-2014 @ 13:44
 
 
I have an Xperia U, one of the cheaper Xperias. It's always been fine but now that I started trying to install more games I find it just can't handle them.
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# 7 : Thursday 27-2-2014 @ 22:26
 
 
Using the Xperia as a hot spot modem at the moment. It's a deadly yolk
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# 8 : Thursday 27-2-2014 @ 22:57
 
 
I also have an Xperia Z1
brilliant phone
camera is superb and waterproof also
a little bit big but screen is bigger too
9 out of 10
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# 9 : Friday 28-2-2014 @ 10:59
 
 
Will have to pop into a shop soon and get one in my hands. See how it feels.
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# 10 : Friday 28-2-2014 @ 11:26
 
 
Using the HTC one. I think it's fantastic.... Be interesting to see the new HTC which is coming soon.
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# 11 : Friday 28-2-2014 @ 13:05
 
 
I also have an XperiaU. Most of the time it's fine but about once a month it seems to get a nervous breakdown and starts spontaneously shutting itself down (repeatedly when I restart it). Sometimes it even tells me that my PIN is wrong when it is not. I have to turn it off and take out the battery and then after a while I restart it again and it works ok for another month. It is a nuisance when it starts shutting down when I'm engaged in exchanging messages or calls.
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# 12 : Friday 7-3-2014 @ 20:17
 
 
Just downloaded my first app Kingsoft Office which is a free office app. Hope to use it mainly for spreadsheets.
Now I can play with spreadsheets in bed
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# 13 : Thursday 20-3-2014 @ 10:22
 
 
Liking the Kingsoft app so far.
Downloaded some free android Cad apps last night but ended up deleting them all as they didn't look great. But found a German Cad app that looks OK but has to be paid for.
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# 14 : Thursday 20-3-2014 @ 10:29
 
 
Someone said :
I also have an XperiaU. Most of the time it's fine but about once a month it seems to get a nervous breakdown and starts spontaneously shutting itself down (repeatedly when I restart it). Sometimes it even tells me that my PIN is wrong when it is not. I have to turn it off and take out the battery and then after a while I restart it again and it works ok for another month. It is a nuisance when it starts shutting down when I'm engaged in exchanging messages or calls.

The U's seem to have some problems random defects, alright. Mine would take a couple of days to recharge if I let the battery run out completely, though this only happened after I lost the original charger and bought a non-Sony brand replacement.

But I just learned to live with it.

Anyway, my mobile got robbed a couple of weeks ago so now I don't have this problem anymore.


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# 15 : Thursday 20-3-2014 @ 14:24
 
 
It's good to have one less problem, no?

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