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Sony Xperia XZ1 Factory Unlocked Phone - 5.2" Full HD HDR Display - 64GB - Moonlit Blue (U.S. Warranty)
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- 19MP Main Camera with motion Eye system with rapid-fire burst capability and 3D scanning technology for capturing high-resolution 3D images. 13MP high-sensitivity front Camera with new display flash
- 5.2” 1080p Full HD HDR Triluminous display and encased in rigid full-metal 7.4mm thick body design without any partition lines. Corning Glass 5
- Smart Amp and S-Force Front Surround Sound. High Resolution Audio capability with DSEE-HX, LDAC, and Digital Noise Cancellation.
- Android O platform. Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor. Supported by LTE (4G) cat 16, 4GB RAM and 64GB ufs
- Dual SIM Unlocked and compatible with GSM/LTE carriers utilizing GSM network such as AT&T, T-Mobile, Straight Talk, MetroPCS, Cricket wireless, simple mobile, bright spot, and others
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|Display||5.2“ Full HD HDR (1920x1080) / Trilumios Display / X-Reality / Corning Gorilla Glass||4.6“ HD (1280x720) / Trilumios Display / X-Reality / Corning Gorilla Glass||5.2” Full HD / Corning Gorilla Glass / Dynamic Contrast Enhancer||4.6” HD / Corning Gorilla Glass / Dynamic Contrast Enhancer|
|Main Camera||19MP Motion Eye / Sony Exmor RS Stacked Sensor / 960 fps super slow motion / Predictive Capture / 3D Scan||19MP Motion Eye / Sony Exmor RS Stacked Sensor / 960 fps super slow motion / Predictive Capture / 3D Scan||23MP / Sony Exmor RS Sensor / Predictive Hybrid AF / Laser AF Sensor / RGBC-IR Sensor / 24mm Wide Sony G Lens||23MP / Sony Exmor RS Sensor / Predictive Hybrid AF / Laser AF Sensor / RGBC-IR Sensor / 24mm Wide Sony G Lens|
|Front Camera||13MP / Sony Exmor RS Sensor / Steady Shot||8MP / Sony Exmor R Sensor / Steady Shot / 18mm 120° super wide-angle lens||13MP / Sony Exmor R Sensor / 22mm Wide / ISO 6400||5MP / Sony Exmor R Sensor / 22mm Wide / ISO 6400|
|Sound||SmartAmp / Hi-Res Audio / Stereo Speakers / Digital Noise Canceling / DSEE HX, LDAC, AHC||SmartAmp / Hi-Res Audio / Stereo Speakers / Digital Noise Canceling / DSEE HX, LDAC, AHC||Hi-Res Audio / Stereo Speakers / Digital Noise Canceling / DSEE HX, LDAC, AHC||Hi-Res Audio / Stereo Speakers / Digital Noise Canceling / DSEE HX, LDAC, AHC|
|Android Version / SIM||8.0 – Oreo / Dual Nano Sim||8.0 – Oreo / Nano Sim||7.1 - Nougat / Nano Sim||7.1 - Nougat / Nano Sim|
|Processor / GPU / Storage||Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 / Qualcomm Adreno 540 / 4GB RAM / 64GB Flash memory / up to 256GB microSD card||Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 / Qualcomm Adreno 540 / 4GB RAM / 32GB Flash memory / up to 256GB microSD card||Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 / Qualcomm Adreno 530 / 3GB RAM / 32GB Flash / Up to 256 GB expandable microSD card||Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 / Qualcomm Adreno 530 / 3GB RAM / 32GB Flash / Up to 256 GB expandable microSD card|
|Battery Capacity / Charging||2700mAh / QNOVO Adaptive Charging / QC3.0 Quick Charger Included / Type C USB Charging||2700mAh / QNOVO Adaptive Charging / QC3.0 Quick Charger Included / Type C USB Charging||2900mAh / QNOVO Adaptive Charging / Type C USB Charging / QC3.0 Quick Charger Included||2700mAh / QNOVO Adaptive Charging / Type C USB Charging / QC3.0 Quick Charger Included|
|Finger Print Sensor||Not Supported||Not Supported||Not Supported||Not Supported|
|Size / Weight||5.8 x 0.3 x 2.8 in / 5.4 oz / Yes IP68||5.0 x 2.5 x 0.3 in / 5.0 oz / Yes IP68||5.76 x 2.83 x 0.32 in / 5.6 oz / Yes IP68||5.07 x 2.55 x 0.37 in / 4.7 oz / No|
|Networks||UMTS HSPA+ 800 (Band VI), 800 (Band XIX), 850 (Band V), 900 (Band VIII), 1700 (Band IV), 1900 (Band II), 2100 (Band I) MHz GSM GPRS/EDGE 850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz LTE (Bands 1,2,3,4,5,7,8,12,13,17,19,20,25,26,28,29,32,38,39,40,41,66) WLAN, 2.4 GHz/5 GHz, NFC||UMTS HSPA+ 800 (Band VI), 800 (Band XIX), 850 (Band V), 900 (Band VIII), 1700 (Band IV), 1900 (Band II), 2100 (Band I) MHz GSM GPRS/EDGE 850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz LTE (Bands 1,2,3,4,5,7,8,12,13,17,19,20,25,26,28,29,32,38,39,40,41,66) WLAN, 2.4 GHz/5 GHz, NFC||LTE Bands: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 13, 17, 19, 20, 26, 28, 29, 32, 38, 39, 40, 41 / UMTS HSPA+: 800, 850, 900, 1700, 1900, 2100 / GSM GPRS/EDGE: 850, 900, 1800, 1900||LTE Bands: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 17, 19, 20, 26, 28, 38, 39, 40, 41 / UMTS HSPA+: 800, 850, 900, 1700, 1900, 2100 / GSM GPRS/EDGE: 850, 900, 1800, 1900|
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|Camera Description||19.0||19.0||19.0||20.0||23 MP||23.0|
|Screen Size||5.2 in||4.5 in||5.5||5.2||5.2 in||4.6|
|Item Dimensions||0.2 x 5.8 x 2.8 in||0.3 x 5 x 2.5 in||2.8 x 6.1 x 0.3 in||2.8 x 5.7 x 0.3 in||2.83 x 5.75 x 0.32 in||0.37 x 2.55 x 5.07 in|
|Item Weight||5.44 ounces||4.8 ounces||0.88 lb||5.68 ounces||5.68 ounces||4.64 ounces|
|Operating System||Android O||Android O||Android N||Android N||Android 6.0.1||Android 6.0.2|
Building on Sony’s traditional strengths in camera, visual, and audio innovation, the Xperia XZ1 takes another step forward as the premier smartphone for fans of entertainment and content creation. It all starts with the camera. As introduced in its recent Xperia XZ predecessors, the XZ1 comes equipped with Sony’s exclusive Motion Eye camera system with 960 fps Super Slow-Motion video capture. The Motion Eye camera now features enhanced Predictive Hybrid Autofocus with rapid-fire burst capability that captures continuous motion at 10 fps. The camera also introduces an innovative 3D scanning technology that captures high-resolution 3D images straight to the device and outputs them directly to a 3D printer and other 3D image applications. The XZ1’s 5.2” 1080p Full HD HDR display produces crisp, clear images and videos to optimize your entertainment experiences. Sony’s latest smartphone features many audio innovations, including Smart Amp, High Resolution Audio, and S-Force Front Surround Sound. It will be the first device to ship with Google’s latest Android O platform, is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, and is housed in a rigid full-metal body design. Combining the cutting-edge Motion Eye camera system, a stunning 1080p Full HD HDR display, and superior Sony audio capabilities, Sony’s Xperia XZ1 redefines camera, visual, and audio excellence in a premium smartphone.
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First of all, this is finally what feels like a truly matured phone from Sony. From design to camera, it finally feels like Sony has something that can compete with the rest of the phones out there. I'm gonna break up my thoughts below by pros and cons.
- I love the updated design with its curved back and slim profile. The phone is much easier to hold in the hand.
- The display, even for a 1080p, it's gorgeous and more than what any mobile user needs. The color enhancements give you enough options to customize it to your liking.
- HDR support on Amazon Prime and Youtube is sweet.
- The battery is crazy good. I had the S8+ and it would only last from 6am to 9pm before I needed to recharge on a normal work day with heavy use. Not sure what Sony (and Oreo) did, but I can make it to 9pm and still packing 45% of the battery. CRAZY good.
- The software is the usual smooth as silk from Sony. The light enhancements on top of the stock Android add character but doesn't take away from the performance in the least bit when compared to the Pixel.
- The camera experience has been dramatically improved over the past Xperia phones. I tried out the XZs and hated the camera, and while the XZ1 packs the same camera sensor, they finally did something with the post processing and the results are impressive. The camera shutter is much more responsive, so no more missed or blurry shots.
- The slow video is a cool feature, but you can only take advantage of it in good lighting.
- Sony has the best fingerprint scanner implementation, period. Having it built as part of the power button is in the most ideal location and it's crazy fast and accurate.
- Headphone jacks are still great, and I'm glad to see Sony isn't jumping on that bandwagon yet.
- I'm not on the same anti-bezel craze that everyone is on, but it would be nice to see Sony start to move in that direction. I personally feel like the phone is much easier to use when compared to the S8+ and the likes, so I could care less either way.
- The stereo speakers are nice and loud, but a little too "high" in note.
- [UPDATE AFTER 1 WEEK OF USE] I'm noticing that the display's oleophobic (anti-fingerprint) coating isn't as good as some other phones. The screen gets packed with fingerprints very easily. It's definitely worse when compared to the Samsung or iPhone and much worse compared to the OnePlus 3T (which had the best oleophobic coating of any phone I've ever used).
Again, you're probably saying "those bezels in 2017?" Don't, and don't get turned off by them. The phone is still a beautiful piece of hardware and the usability beats any edge-to-edge display.
G8342 : SI 1310-1104 (the product No. is the same as the international edition)
Carrier and Plan : T-mobile T-mobile One
Activation month : Dec 2017
Used locations : Texas, Curaçao (a Caribbean island)
OS : OS 8 (Oreo) , still a bit buggy OS I probably need to wait for more patches....
Design : Pretty awesome design, but very slippery. It is highly recommended to use a transparent case so that you can still enjoy the
look of the phone without dropping it.
Functionality : smooth, but some programs are buggy.
I switched from CDMA company to GSM company, T-mobile. There are more phones to choose. Therefore I chose this phone. I am happy to be liberated from any service carrier Logo on phones and during booting.
Note: My XPERIA package box states G8342 which is the same as the international edition No. Therefore I called Amazon. The Amazon rep said the product I received is the US warranty edition. I have no problem using this product with T-mobile so far.
We've had two of these for three months or so, and remain happy with our purchase.
The past 12-16 months gave us the X, the X Compact, the X Performance, the XZ, the XZS, the XA1, and a gaggle of other mid-tier offerings from Sony. Of them, only the XZS and the XZ Premium could come close to laying claim to flagship status, with the latter coming with one of the finest 4K displays in the business. Unfortunately XZS didn't come with a battery big enough to power the nice phone specs, and the XZ Premium was an exceptionally large phone, at an exceptionally large price.
The XZ1 sees the company step up it's game. As of this writing, it's one of the few devices shipping with Android 8 / Oreo out of the box, running the latest Snapdragon 835 processor, with a beautiful 1080 display and a slightly-refined physical design and sturdy-feeling build-quality. And for nearly $700, it certainly should have a premium feel to it.
Even the best phones are balancing acts of compromise, so while there's certainly something here for everyone, it's also unlikely to appeal to absolutely everyone. Most people either love or hate Sony's take on industrial design. Some bemoan the size of the top and bottom bezels. In a world where the S8 strives to give customers nothing-but-screen, Sony certainly isn't following the fashion train. But they sure as heck are following the functional-device-train.
Having owned an S8, I certainly see the appeal. It's a beautiful looking device. But at the end of the day, I found the lack of bezels to be a problem in day to day use. With no edge on which to rest fingertips, I was constantly accidentally activating various apps, or accidentally hitting the wrong onscreen area within a given app. Nice to look at...but darn if it's not a pain to actually use.
So, here's a subjective run down of Pros and Cons:
- Great screen. In addition to it's Triluminous setting, Sony has added a new video color-saturating setting. Honestly, it looks like they're taking a stab at the popping colors and deep blacks on OLED devices like the S8. And they've done a good job...this is one of the sharpest, most color popping screens out there at the moment.
- Great processor. The new Snapdragon is great. Everything runs smoothly.
- Headphone jack / Audio processing. Yay for hanging on to this bit of tech, the old headphone jack. Bluetooth headphones are well and good, but they eat up a battery, and they can't deliver the same quality of audio as a wired set. If how your music sounds on your device is important to you, wired is still the way to go. For now at least. And Sony's DESS audio processing sounds pretty great to my ears. Pick up a third party audio player like Neutron if you'd like even more control of the sound.
- Physical design. This really doesn't belong in the "con" column, but the fact is either you like what Sony is doing here, or you don't.
- Price. Sony offers a handful of budget models, but their flagship line has never been anything but pricey. Especially in America where the brand isn't known for it's mobile devices, the average android user might be hard pressed to pay $699 to a company they normally associate with televisions. In Europe and Asia, though, Sony remains a popular contender with Samsung and Apple for high end devices.
- Battery. This also might not be a negative, as the new Snapdragon and Oreo are alleged to be more efficient with their power use. Running some benchmarks seem to bear this out, as while it leads in most areas, there are some processes they've scaled back. So far, I don't see any penalty in processing power, but I've also not had it long enough to take a firm stance on battery life. But anecdotally, it does seem to be an improvement over the XZS and XZ Performance.