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For partially in-stock orders you pay for delivery only once. Really the waterproofing and small size with camera, audio, sd media, and good hardware are a wow factor to me.

I’d still prefer this phone, but it might as well be vapor ware. I had one for a day but sadly sent it back due to issues with the camera blurring shots around the edge. Check a thread here for details, it’s a lens issue on some devices as the blur moves to the other side if you rotate the camera degrees and take the same shot.

I wondered why it took so much time to see the review live, and I’m left with no answer here. I understood you liked the phone as a whole experience, but we do see articles about the Note 5, or the 6p, or whatever mainstream phone the Priv nowadays, I guess you could have been a little more precise.

The mention of the physical camera button with no follow up paragraph is worth rethinking the review alone I like your writing style, and the review shows you ultimately like the phone, so for many that would be it, I get it.

As for everybody who says Sony can’t market their phones, they’re right: But hey, as long as they stay in the market and make awesome phones, I guess I’m happy to have the “exclusivity”.

Yet again Sony falls short of presenting the perfect phone with the Z5C because they are stubborn and insist in not adding OIS and putting effort into the camera software.

It’s more than disappointing at this point, it’s really infuriating. They’re the ones sabotaging their own success.

Really liked the review, Richard. I confess, though, I’d love to watch Alex’s reactions while reading it. This is one of the worst, laziest reviews I’ve ever seen. No mention of waterproofing, aptx, Bluetooth sound quality, front facing speakers, and barely a mention of the camera button?

Everything I just listed does it for me, in addition to the awesome omnibalance design! Lol design is one of, if not the primary reason I’m looking to buy a Z5 or Z5 Premium.

If this design doesn’t have a “wow” factor, then no smartphone design currently on the market does. Most reviewers seem to praise the design effusively. But those that don’t tend to do the complete opposite, and it boggles my mind.

It’s incredibly gorgeous, and the notion that it hasn’t changed is simply confounding. Put it next to the Xperia Z, the Z2, etc.

If you think all these phones look the same you might want to visit an eye doctor. Sony supposedly includes hi-res audio support in these, correct? I’m surprised time and time again with AC’s smartphone reviews, there is usually only a passing mention of audio quality, if any!

In this review there isn’t even a mention of call quality, the quality of the built in speaker, etc. Especially as you’re saying it’s missing a “wow factor”, maybe it’s there and you missed it.

I know most people don’t notice a difference but for those of us who do, that could be a big differentiating feature. I read online it even supports DSD playback, which is a big deal in a smartphone Also, it seems a bit silly to review a smartphone that can record 4K video without having the equipment to view and evaluate that video.

What if it blows the competition out of the water and that’s the “wow factor”? Not saying it would be but, seems like the reviewer was unimpressed with this phone without properly evaluating what it may have to offer.

You’re right it does support high res audio. And no review EVER mentions it. I don’t think AC ever talks about sound quality in any review.

For those who are interested on this phone, read the white paper. It will tell you what bands, etc. I would absolutely by the compact, but I feel like if I did I would need to at some point buy a tablet as well.

On long trips where my phone keeps me entertained, I thing the compact would fall short with its small screen and low res. I would need a tablet as a tweener.

That said I feel I would need a sony tablet, because the playstation integration is compelling to me as well. Just using a ps4 remote to play normal android games is awesome.

I just wish I could get these in google play versions. Only because I still cant trust anyone other than google on the software front. I have the Z4 Tablet and it is amazing!

I have the Z5 Compact as well. Both products are just perfect together! You can’t go wrong. Liking my z5 compact.

Nicer in the flesh than in photos, go have a play with one if you’re trying to make your mind up. Fingerprint sensor makes it easy to unlock with either hand, though less easy if its sitting on a table.

I thought the volume keys would be annoying but I got used to them quickly, really not an issue, great sound quality too. Still see some lag occasioinally, mostly when opening the camera app, but it takes such great pictures its not the end of the world.

The amount of detail it resolves at the 23mp setting is astounding, as is the dynamic range. I’ve actually been impressed by the image stabilisation as well, even if it sin’t optical.

Still not the rapidfire point and shoot camera you get in an iphone or galaxy, but capable of much better results than either, more of a thinking photographers camera. Going back to a compact phone is a revelation too, don’t feel like I’m missing anything, but my pockets have gotten a lot comfier, though its a bit easier to lose down the back of the sofa now.

Reviewers have made issues of non-issues. I agree with your comments. But for everything that this small phone can do, I can’t imagine using anything else. I think these reviewers missed the “WOW” factor, which is the phone itself.

And why do most people always talk like they’re all so busy and life is so fast paced that they can’t take a moment to breathe?

Real photography isn’t point and shoot. What this phone’s camera represents is almost like a dslr experience that no other phone ever has. I agree with you again when you said that this is a “thinking photographers camera”.

Loved this review Richard! I miss having you around Android Central, so it was nice to have you come back. You should just ditch Windows and come back full time lol.

Also, please continue saying damn in reviews! Z5 Compact is great and I think will really come into it’s own when the Marshmallow update is released. I love my Z3. It had a pretty good camera compared to its peers when I got it and it’s battery life was brilliant compared to the competition.

But the Z5 just offers no stand out features that make me want to buy it; the battery life isn’t leaps ahead, the camera isn’t as good as much of the competition. With the Z3 I knew at least one thing battery and probably water proofing was better than the competition.

With the Z5 there’s nothing that another phone doesn’t do as well, if not better. Agree about the UI, much better than other ‘skins’, though I also preferred some of the KitKat style that’s true of stock Android as well.

And I love the design of them too. Some people say it’s boring, but I think it is minimal and elegant. Flat, clean lines, just like material design has. Though I prefer many elements of the KitKat version over the lollipop version of their UI, I still think it’s well ahead of the competition.

I also think the hardware design is neat and sensible looking, if not a bit uninspiring. Though because of their 6 month release cycle and the forthcoming Snapdragon, I’m going to be waiting for the Z6 if I’m to upgrade my phone to another Xperia really hoping there’ll be a Z6 Compact with a p screen, but they only seem to do it for the odd numbered phones.

Lol I thought I was the only one that loves this touch sound.. Its elegant or something. Gar superior to the obnoxious Samsung touch sound. Not like this is a main point of the phone but I do quite enjoy it.

I see no reason to even buy this phone No personality, bland, over heating, don’t like their version of material ui It’s like they copy and pasted must of the review from last year’s phones into this year’s.

You do realize that you can register your other fingers if you’re left handed, right? And it works fine. Is there any SD powered Flagship out there which you can buy for bucks?

So give it a second look, AC. It’s too damn hot to keep running at full-speed for more than a few minutes. It has to be pegged back seriously to maintain temperature limits.

I had the impression that the pros of the phone were: I seriously think AC should do a better job promoting this phone with video review and actually showing off how great a phone this is in such a thin package.

And of those cons, the second is actually wrong, at least in the UK. The price is pretty much in line with the competition, if not better.

If you’re in the US and importing, that’s a different story. Am I the only one that is really disappointed with the Z5 camera? Still a has glass back albeit frosted, huh?

It saved me when I cracked both front and back of my Z3. They sent me a full refund and said keep the phone. Put a skin on back trying to extend the life.

Love the phone but I’m a klutz. That thing overheated after 4 minutes of 4K video recording. Another solid phone from Sony, but I can’t fathom why they would choose to omit OIS because they “hate camera humps”.

Add OIS and make the phone slightly thicker to eliminate the hump. Plus, there’ll be space for a bigger battery as well.

Camera humps actually do drive me crazy, but a uniform extra millimeter of thickness does not bother me all. Especially when that extra millimeter gets me an exceptionally useful camera feature and potentially some extra battery life.

Sony needs to realize that no one buys their phones for thinness; they buy them for crazy battery life and great cameras.

This is a perfect example of the major problems that Sony is having. They are a large company with several different areas of expertise, but for whatever reason they can’t leverage that to make a great phone.

They can make a good phone, but for some reason can’t make the leap to a great phone. And its really sad. I loved my Z3 but over time the small issues became more and more apparent.

Agree, they already use battery as a selling point, why not go all in? OIS in a phone lens actually has an adverse effect; it is a tradeoff.

For serious long distance stuff I use a Pentax where the OIS is achieved by moving the sensor, not elements in the lens. Basically, moving any lens element disturbs the optical alignment, affecting resolution and chromatic aberration.

If you sell a phone with a 23MPx sensor, a good rigid optical path is a necessity. Perhaps movable sensors will come to phones but as they are much bigger than a tiny movable lens element, it’s difficult.

Indeed the Z5 uses a closed-loop actuator which means the sensor shifts for stabilization. It still uses digital stabilization and therefore only works well in p.

I still think lens-based OIS has its advantages mainly for cameras that use an optical viewfinder plus it can be optimized for the lens. For many years with the alpha-mount Sony only used sensor-based stabilization main advantage is it works with any lens you attach, but with the E-mount they have released some optically stabilized lenses.

Upon launch, I saw loads of comments even some reviewers bemoaning how the Z5 Compact was so ‘thick’. It’s because of people like that that we’re stuck in this situation.

The right hand fingerprint scanner. I never thought of that! Well, no good for me either. There’s a market for phone covercases for left handers, as a side note.

That don’t get in the way. You can get cheap glass back and front protectors for Sony without difficulty from a well-known website beginning with e.

The other day I got pushed into a stone pillar by an idiot so hard that the bottom of my phone bruised a rib. Zero damage to phone, though. It’s still and issue, and an unwelcome one Having said that, coming from the Z3 Dual which broke down and I got a M5 as replacement, the camera PDAF is fantastic and blinkering fast which leaves the Z3 in it’s dust.

But I guess, if you almost want a stock Android experience, great possibility of 2 years Google updates, and waterproof-ness, this is a phone you can’t go wrong But in the world filled with the 6S, G4, S6 and many good mid rangers coming from Huawei, Xiaomi, Oppo, and others, I don’t know how long can they survive Did you try using your left index finger for the scanner?

I am having a hard time seeing how it would be difficult for left handed use. Nice write up Rich. This is hands down the best review on AC in You said it best with Sony just not delivering that WOW factor.

Other than the compact for those that prefer smaller displays, there’s really no reason to choose this device over the Note 5 or 6p. Using the z3c and going to order the z5c soon.

I had the s6 then g4 and then iPhone6s after I broke my z3c. Thought I’d pick up a “better” phone. I sold the iPhone because.. It’s an iPhone still, then picked up my son’s old z3c to use until I figured out what to buy next and fell back in love with it.

The size of the phone alone makes it better that any others to me. I can’t wait to get the z5c with the fingerprint scanner faster processor. I feel like this was the same review that was written last year for the Z3 which I own and the Z3C.

I suppose that’s the problem I was interested in the Z5 line but I’ll wait until next year It’s the same review since the Z It’s difficult to make the camera better when DxoMark – who know what they are writing about – rate the Z5 camera the best of the lot.

Obviously nowhere near DSLR standards, but if you really want iPhone results it’s easy to tweak a Sony high-res image, whereas nothing will get you more out of an iPhone image after all the processing in-phone.

I didn’t mind having to register lots of different positions of my fingers. It means that I can unlock it holding it in many different ways ie with my index finger picking it up off a surface, face down on a surface, with my left hand taking it out of a coat pocket etc.

It works really well. So far I’m enjoying having a high end phone in a manageable size. Looking forward to seeing how Marshmallow improves things too. Did you find that the 2 gb RAM on the compact vs the 3 gb RAM the regular sized Z5 resulted in any performance differences between the two?

Would love to go compact, but just not certain 2 GB would do it for me with other flagships regularly providing 3 GB or more. However I noticed in a few other sites’ reviews they commented there was lag switching between apps when they had a bunch open on the Z5C and they attributed that to the smaller RAM pool.

It’s the smoothest performance I’ve seen on a non-Nexus device. More memory would obviously be better, but I’ve never had a moment while using the Z3C when I’ve thought that more RAM would improve my experience.

Disappointed to see the Z5 only gets around 4 hours screen on, when my Z3 can get almost 9 across a 36 hour period, or about 6 across a 48 hour period.

The gap around the display is there for impact protection. Something that in my experience, Sony are pretty good at. Re the fingerprint sensor requiring right handed use, what they should have done, is made the phone work upside down, like the Idol 3.

What’s more ‘omnibalance’ than an ear piece and mic at both ends? Oh and I wish they’d get rid of the small apps. They’re mostly pointless on a phone, they clutter up the multitasking, and are just bloat in my opinion.

I think I’ll be skipping the Z5. I love my Z3 and hope to use it for another couple of years. By which time hopefully there will be a Z6 or Z7 to consider, with OIS and a processor that doesn’t over heat.

Not sure if their impact protection is that great. My Z1 cracked easily, while I’ve seen a plethora of Z3 cracked as well.

Mostly the back panel. Yeah I cracked the back of my beloved Z3 Compact straight down the middle, but I think that was a direct impact to the center of the back panel vs a corner impact, which is what Purple Zebra’s comment refers to.

I buy the Z line for the camera and the dedicated camera button, they’re my “going out” phones, and I also appreciate the excellent Bluetooth music playback it really is noticeable when I compare it to other phones without apt-x.

Richard said at the top of the review there would be more about the camera button, but then I didn’t see any further mention. I’d like to know what the button action is like, how the two-stage feels, can you press it without mucking up your shot the camera button on the Sony ZL for example was too stiff and cause you to move the camera as you took the shot.

You should check out the Lumia and XL. They have amazing cameras. Sony’s excellent BT audio is something that they don’t get enough credit for. My G4 has occasional skips when playing audio over BT especially when connected to a Ford vehicle, oddly, and I’ve experienced that to some extent with every Android device I’ve used, with the exception of the Z3C.

Sony dont get enough credit for a lot of things for example: I think they get plenty of credit for their actual devices.

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