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VR-Zone

A Photography Powerhouse

Sony Xperia XA1

from VR-Zone
The Sony Xperia XA1 is a decent midranger, which appeals quite well to those who love a powerful camera on their smartphones, but apart from that, there isn’t too much of a wow factor, especially when compared to its much more powerful XZs brother, which was absolutely mind-blowing. Nevertheless, priced at S$398, the XA1 remains a good buy... Full review
The Indian Express

Premium yes, but old problems remain

Sony Xperia XZs

from The Indian Express
Sony Xperia XZs has a great camera, premium design and vivid display. Performance isn’t a problem either. However, I feel the Rs 50,000 price-tag is a little too much for a phone that heats up quickly, and is still far from perfect. Plus the outdated 820 processor makes the price tag even more expensive... Full review
Android Authority

Sony Xperia XZs review

Sony Xperia XZs

from Android Authority
The Sony Xperia XZs takes most of what we know from its predecessor and makes some improvements, but the changes are so few and far between that it isn’t worth Sony’s asking price of $700... Full review
VR-Zone

Definitely a well-priced flagship

Sony Xperia XZs

from VR-Zone
I have never praised an Xperia smartphone much before, primarily due to the fact that they don’t usually pack mind-blowing features at an affordable price, but the XZs is perhaps the best Xperia device I have ever used. It’s all-rounded power capabilities, fantastic camera and video technology and decent price makes it one of the more remarkable flagships of 2017... Full review
NDTV

Excellent camera performance, speedy all-round performance

Sony Xperia XZs

from NDTV
We’re glad to see Sony bring its amazing camera technology from its Cyber-shot cameras to the realm of smartphones. Shooting 960fps slow-motion video can get addictive really fast, and we hope to see it on other phones too. This is the sort of unique feature that was missing from the Xperia XZ, and now, coupled with better low-light performance, the package feels complete... Full review
Fone Arena

Consider the competition before investing the money

Sony Xperia XZs

from Fone Arena

The Xperia XZs isn’t revolutionary but with Sony’s pace of releasing smartphones, it perhaps isn’t even possible. Every 6 months, Sony comes out with a brand new flagship with an iterative update but with the XZs, we’re beginning to see a new level of refinement. For the most part, the Xperia XZs impresses. The design while subdued and understated, continues to look good and performance is in line with the competition. The phone does well on the audio playback front and even includes support for the LDAC codec that Google is planning to roll in with the Android O upd... Full review

Digit

Performs well, looks good and even has a good display

Sony Xperia XZs

from Digit
On overall terms, the Sony Xperia XZs is a fine smartphone that gets a lot of basics right. However, you may argue that with a number of newer flagships en route, the Xperia XZs may be a bit of a compromise. While that remains true, the Xperia XZs still provides good gameplay and movie streaming experience along with good audio, which will please many discerning buyers... Full review
GSMArena

Slow (e)motion

Sony Xperia XZs

from GSMArena
All in all, the Xperia XZs is, as we already established, a Xperia XZ with a new Motion Eye camera. Simple as that. If you own the XZ already, there is little point upgrading to the XZs unless you absolutely need that 960fps slow-mo footage 'yesterday'... Full review
Know Your Mobile

Not very good at all

Sony Xperia M5

from Know Your Mobile

The Xperia M5 really is a let down. The exterior and display are very tempting at first glance, but once you get into the details a lot of key specs are lacking. Sony seems to have splurged all the budget on the design, display, and front-facing camera, leaving the Xperia M5 severely lacking in processing power when compared to similarly priced and even cheaper rivals. On top of this, the rear-camera isn’t going to impress many and the battery life is quite bad for this price class. The long and the short of it is despire an appealing outer shell, do not be fooled, you can do a lot be... Full review

Know Your Mobile

A handsome handset with decent specs

Sony Xperia E5

from Know Your Mobile
This handset isn’t quite as appealing as the Moto G4; I prefer the Moto G4’s software, which is closer to stock Android. However, if this doesn’t concern you I have no grumbles recommending this handset to someone that is after a cheap, functional, good-looking Android phone for under £150... Full review
D-Man

I HATE this phone!

Sony Xperia T3

Always getting error messages when going online. Storage space is far too small to handling more than 2 apps. Huge waste of money!
Always getting error messages when going online. Storage space is far too small to handling more than 2 apps. Huge waste of money! Less
Daynaevelyn123

It's ok because

Sony Xperia Z5 Premium

The screen is dull and the lighting when taking a photo really dull and sometimes the buttons get stuck when pressing!
The screen is dull and the lighting when taking a photo really dull and sometimes the buttons get stuck when pressing! Less
dave walkden

Worst phone i ever owned

Sony Xperia Z5

phone often freezes apps pop up by themselves you have to remove battery to reboot when freezes. now phone will not charge this phone is only 6 months old. poor picture quality when you use the camera
phone often freezes apps pop up by themselves you have to remove battery to reboot when freezes. now phone will not charge this phone is only 6 months old. poor picture quality when you use the camera Less

Very Poor Camera

Sony Xperia M4 Aqua

Worst camera i have seen, i have old Samsung S2 that has much better camera then this stupid 13mplx camera, i am very disappointment from Sony, from today i will never buy any product from Sony.
Worst camera i have seen, i have old Samsung S2 that has much better camera then this stupid 13mplx camera, i am very disappointment from Sony, from today i will never buy any product from Sony. Less

I hate it.

Sony Xperia Z3

Overheating makes the phone frozen constantly. Not existent warranty. I had Sony in great esteem until now. Total waste of money and effort to fix this phone.
Overheating makes the phone frozen constantly. Not existent warranty. I had Sony in great esteem until now. Total waste of money and effort to fix this phone. Less

Serious memory issues...

Sony Xperia E

Basically, because the onboard memory is partitioned as phone and internal memory, and very little will use the internal memory, no app from Sony, Google, no Facebook, Twitter and so forth, you rapidly run out of space on the phone memory, while having a gig + sitting doing nothing on the internal..... More
Basically, because the onboard memory is partitioned as phone and internal memory, and very little will use the internal memory, no app from Sony, Google, no Facebook, Twitter and so forth, you rapidly run out of space on the phone memory, while having a gig + sitting doing nothing on the internal... Ok, the music player is well specced, but my cheapo, entry level LG III, at half the price, which I bought the Sony to replace, runs rings round it in every other department... I gave the Sony to my partner, who uses it as a phone, which it's quite good at, and as a BBC Radio iPlayer handset, and while iPlayer seems to be one of the few apps that transfer to internal memory, it seems to store downloads on the phone memory, or both! So problems there too... Taught me to be more questioning about the internal set up of a phone, but will avoid Sony in future... Less
Abhijit Das

Outstanding set

Sony Xperia C3

good camera back and front and best display..5.5 SONY is best product
good camera back and front and best display..5.5 SONY is best product Less

Good phone with junk screen.

Sony Xperia Z3 Compact

I finally decided to upgrade from my previous Xperia Arc due only to speed/storage issues. Being so happy with the previous Xperia, which I had for 3-1/2 years & took a beating, I decided to stick with this product line & got the Z3 Compact. In my first month, it fell out of my chest pocket while... More
I finally decided to upgrade from my previous Xperia Arc due only to speed/storage issues. Being so happy with the previous Xperia, which I had for 3-1/2 years & took a beating, I decided to stick with this product line & got the Z3 Compact. In my first month, it fell out of my chest pocket while bending over at about 1'. The screen totally fractured & the phone is now useless. In searching Google, there are substantial reports of similar failures. This phone is far too fragile to last out your contract. This is nowhere near as robust as my previous. Less
I hate it kinds is slow maybe because of just 1 GB ram but over all happy with it . use a task killer and I only keep 2 process in the background that makes it little bit more faster... Over all happy with this $250 phone so I can use straight talk and get out of contract crap...
I hate it kinds is slow maybe because of just 1 GB ram but over all happy with it . use a task killer and I only keep 2 process in the background that makes it little bit more faster... Over all happy with this $250 phone so I can use straight talk and get out of contract crap... Less

Worst phone ever on voice quality. Not recomended

Sony Xperia E3

Bought this phone at Windmobile, started having issues right from the first day. Lots of issues with phone line, static, inconsistent voice quality, bad speaker phone quality, when call end button pressed it would take 3 to 4 seconds to end the call. After 3 weeks of usage it's gone to warranty. Ev... More
Bought this phone at Windmobile, started having issues right from the first day. Lots of issues with phone line, static, inconsistent voice quality, bad speaker phone quality, when call end button pressed it would take 3 to 4 seconds to end the call. After 3 weeks of usage it's gone to warranty. Even Wind staff not recommending this phone to anyone... don't go for this phone even if it's free... Less

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