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Topic # 226298 30-Dec-2017 14:29
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How many Sony Xperia fans have we got?

I've used (for multiple months each and as my primary phone) the following and next up will be this https://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=97&topicid=226293

Sony Xperia Z
Sony Xperia Z Ultra
Sony Xperia Z3 Compact
Sony Xperia Z3 Dual
Sony Xperia Z5 Compact
Sony Xperia X Performance
Sony Xperia XZ
Sony Xperia XZ Premium

I don't see myself buying anything but Xperia any time soon.

Still well short of my Nokia fanboi days . . .
Nokia 918
Nokia 3310
Nokia 6610
Nokia 3220
Nokia 6680
Nokia E90
Nokia 6121 classic
Nokia E71
Nokia XpressMusic 5320
Nokia E72
Nokia N900
Nokia X1-00

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  Reply # 1927011 30-Dec-2017 14:52
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sonyxperiageek:

Me! :P



Hahaha of course!

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  Reply # 1927033 30-Dec-2017 15:59
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Yup.... Although I've been late to adopt the latest as I still love my Z5 Premium.

 

Probably next year though.

 

 

 

 

 

Edit: Mrs has Z5 Premium and eldest daughter is using a Z2. 


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  Reply # 1927057 30-Dec-2017 17:09
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Z1 compact.
It's still going strong. But my aging eyes will be looking for a bigger screen soon.

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  Reply # 1927069 30-Dec-2017 17:36
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I hv owned:
Xperia Z
Xperia Z3 Dual (bought off @scottjpalmer )

is that XZ premium also Dual SIM Scott? might get it from u if it's Dual







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  Reply # 1927090 30-Dec-2017 18:38
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nakedmolerat: is that XZ premium also Dual SIM Scott? might get it from u if it's Dual


Yup!

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  Reply # 1927161 30-Dec-2017 21:47
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I adore my Z2.





Life is too short to remove USB safely.


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  Reply # 1927221 31-Dec-2017 00:23
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Sony Xperia X running Sailfish OS. The best little OS out there.

Prior to that Jolla C preceded by

Nokia N9 which is probably my favourite,
Nokia E7 with the flip out keyboard
Nokia 5800 Express Music
Nokia 6255 flip




Sony Xperia X running Sailfish OS. https://sailfishos.org The true independent open source mobile OS 
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Nokia N1
Dell Inspiron 14z i5


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  Reply # 1927227 31-Dec-2017 03:20
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I am a fan too.

 

I had the Sony Z3 compact and recently brought the XZ1 compact. Not a fan of the larger phones. 

 

Prior to my sony phones, my first smartphone was the HTC Sensation (still works well).


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  Reply # 1927251 31-Dec-2017 09:51
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"Fan" is too strong a term, but I do like my Z5 Compact, notwithstanding the occasional issue (e.g. the thread I've started in this forum). SWMBO casts covetous glances at it. When her phone dies, if the Z5c is still hanging in there she'll inherit it and I'll look for the latest Sony compact.

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  Reply # 1927261 31-Dec-2017 10:20
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My Z2  touchscreen gave up the ghost. I replaced with a Galaxy S7, but the Xperia remains my favourite and am pretty sure my next phone will a 2018 Xperia.

 

I hope Sony stick with mobile, I'm a bit worried it may go the same way as PCs and E-readers.


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  Reply # 1929438 4-Jan-2018 20:42
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Since Sony started proper compacts/minis, while Samsung/HTC offerings were barely related to their flagships Sony did the real thing. Z1 Compact, Z3 Compact and then after trying the Note 5 I went to the X Compact that was out at the time. I'll be watching for this year's offer. I've had good experience with the timeliness of their updates too *UK Sourced models.

 

Previously had the X10 Mini Pro, C510 and the W880 models also from the Sony/Sony Ericsson stable. 


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  Reply # 1932492 9-Jan-2018 06:29
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Who has/is using the XZ Premium? I would like to read your impressions, plus or minus points and what has been your real time experience of this device. Thanks in advance




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  Reply # 1932515 9-Jan-2018 07:57
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I had an Xperia V - bought it for the waterproof feature. A truly awful phone. Among annoying things was the poor GPS reception, hard or impossible to remove bloatware, poor camera and strangely placed buttons. It was a deviation from the Samsung Galaxy S line that won't be repeated.


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