Sony Xperia X vs Xperia Z5 – Full Review (4K)

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Full Review of New Sony Xperia X with outgoing Xperia Z5.

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35 Comments on Sony Xperia X vs Xperia Z5 – Full Review (4K)

  1. Just general words and almost nothing concrete. Sorry…
    Xperia X is badly overpriced. Slightly worse specs, a little thicker, no waterproof but still the same price with Z5. Not saying Xperia X is a bad phone, but it looks too ordinary. So even design can't justify price tag. Could be more or less good deal for less than 400 USD. Anything more just doesn't make any sense.

  2. I have to agree with what someone said earlier. Sorry but this is a bad comparison video.

    1. screen brightness.
    use the same background image and take them outside in some daylight.

    2. picture quality.
    you took a picture of some building earlier with one phone but not the other and told us that z has creates blurry spots. don't tell us, show us.
    also, show us that the cameras are set the same way first.
    lastly, the time it took for the x to save the photo was obviously longer than the z but you said the opposite. you also said the z is taking you back to the stone-age.

    after that, i stopped your video.

    i have a much older xperia and was looking for a stats, statistics, and real world use data.

    if you get the chance, please do another comparison video on these two phones.

    thanks

  3. I have to agree with what someone said earlier. Sorry but this is a bad comparison video.

    1. screen brightness.
    use the same background image and take them outside in some daylight.

    2. picture quality.
    you took a picture of some building earlier with one phone but not the other and told us that z has creates blurry spots. don't tell us, show us.
    also, show us that the cameras are set the same way first.
    lastly, the time it took for the x to save the photo was obviously longer than the z but you said the opposite. you also said the z is taking you back to the stone-age.

    after that, i stopped your video.

    i have a much older xperia and was looking for a stats, statistics, and real world use data.

    if you get the chance, please do another comparison video on these two phones.

    thanks

  4. Again fhd against qhd, you will get a message until you say that obviously a qhd screen needs much more power and time to process the pictures or screen images' is higher for a qhd!!!!is unbelievable techignorant!!!!

  5. tech trinkets your reviews turned to be biggest shit ( a critic , not insult ) …you are not showing any of new features x has and main differences …

    how about for example 0.6 seconds camera launch from standby via dedicated camera buttons ! ?

    compare app opening speed ,new features and differences to make quality reviews bc you have all the resources to do so…

  6. wee neeed the speed test please because i need to buy sony phone

    and pleas if you get the xperia x preformance make spee dtest
    sony xperia x vs x preformance

    <3 i love you so much man ur the best

  7. + tich trinkets in xperia z5(and i think also in xperia x) its better to take photos in 8mp superiorauto because it use technique called oversampling or pixle binning that combinedes pixles to for 1 big pixle so in 8mp has big pixle size where in 23mp has small pixel size( by the way xperia z5 has 25 m and not 23 but the maximum resolution can shoot is 23mp because of aspect by ratio they should increse the sensor size to use the full 25 mp);)

  8. I think Sony has unwisely chosen to emulate Apple's approach to pricing ; i.e. charge a ridiculous amount of money for a device with modest specs and a premium feel. The problem is that Apple has a monopoly with the iPhone while Sony has tough Android competition that offer stellar devices with equal (if not better) premium feel for the same price or less. And IOS flies on iPhone's modest specs while Android needs more powerful processors to achieve the same performance. So, other than diehard Sony fans, I don't see who would ever pick this phone over the S7/G5/HTC 10.

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