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Topic # 243961 11-Jan-2019 12:01
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I have upgraded to the XZ2 so my Sony Xperia XZ Premium dual SIM is looking for a new home.

In good condition, one little fleck of paint has come off by the camera button otherwise tidy. It has always been in a case (which I will include) and always had a screen protector on (I will include a brand new glass one). Box and original accessories included, Hong Kong charger.

$450 to your door.

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  Reply # 2158090 11-Jan-2019 12:07
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I got a brand new XZ2 on Boxing Day (Scott then copied me)

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 2158157 11-Jan-2019 13:51
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My Z2 came apart in my hands yesterday, is this a sign??

 

Was thinking of going with the S9, what can you tell me about the XZ Premium?





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  Reply # 2158159 11-Jan-2019 13:59
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https://www.techradar.com/au/reviews/sony-xperia-xz-premium-review

Great phone, I only changed because I wanted wireless charging.

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  Reply # 2158163 11-Jan-2019 14:02
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wireless charging is why i was considering the S9.

 

 





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  Reply # 2158267 11-Jan-2019 14:25
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kiwifidget:

wireless charging is why i was considering the S9.


 



It's slow but nice

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  Reply # 2158303 11-Jan-2019 14:39
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I don't consider wireless charging a must have on a phone. After getting my XZ2 I found my old wireless charger but in the two weeks I've had the phone I've used it once.

 

 




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  Reply # 2158309 11-Jan-2019 14:47
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I don't consider wireless charging a must have on a phone. After getting my XZ2 I found my old wireless charger but in the two weeks I've had the phone I've used it once.


 



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  Reply # 2158311 11-Jan-2019 14:49
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what does "Hong Kong charger" mean?





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  Reply # 2158312 11-Jan-2019 14:52
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gosh, i need to ask better questions.

 

How much GB is internal storage?

 

What version of Android does it have?

 

 





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  Reply # 2158392 11-Jan-2019 15:37
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sbiddle:

I don't consider wireless charging a must have on a phone. After getting my XZ2 I found my old wireless charger but in the two weeks I've had the phone I've used it once.


 



i don't remember ever plugging my phone to charge in the last year or so!





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  Reply # 2158395 11-Jan-2019 15:52
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Bit bezelly...


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gehenna:

Bit bezelly...



trust me, if Sony come out with a phone that weigh 1kg, @scottjpalmer will still buy it!







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  Reply # 2159997 13-Jan-2019 10:23
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kiwifidget:

what does "Hong Kong charger" mean?



I purchased it in HK so the supplied Sony charger doesn't fit NZ sockets. Any USB charger you already have will work though obviously.



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  Reply # 2159999 13-Jan-2019 10:25
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kiwifidget:

gosh, i need to ask better questions.


How much GB is internal storage?


What version of Android does it have?


 



64GB
8. I expect it will get 9 soon but can't guarantee that. Other country variants have already so you can probably flash it if that's your thing. HK variants usually get the updates later than others.

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