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  1. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    Wow, how silly. o_o I see.

    Speaking of silly, this Sony has been the most annoying Android EVER in syncing my Outlook contacts. Thinking of sending it back. I do all of the Android phones I have tried the same way that I always link to people who ask, without any issues but yet this has it. In 26 hours, it has gained and "lost" my contacts many times.

    It might sound silly but what's a phone without contacts?

    Edit: Decided to send it back after all. It's a nice phone, but not better than my other 2 phones.
    The easiest way I got my android phone to work with Outlook contacts is by moving them over to Gmail. You can export them as and import them fairly easily via the web.

    I had issues with my current Sony Z3 but I assumed it was more to do with MS than with the actual phone as Sony is almost vanilla Android.

    I'm still thinking about getting the Sony ZX but I'm still waiting to see what else crops up. The Pixel is not something I want but I wouldn't mind seeing one in person before I say absolutely no. I still think it's over priced for what it is.
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    11-02-2016 06:59 AM
  2. libra89's Avatar
    The easiest way I got my android phone to work with Outlook contacts is by moving them over to Gmail. You can export them as and import them fairly easily via the web.

    I had issues with my current Sony Z3 but I assumed it was more to do with MS than with the actual phone as Sony is almost vanilla Android.

    I'm still thinking about getting the Sony ZX but I'm still waiting to see what else crops up. The Pixel is not something I want but I wouldn't mind seeing one in person before I say absolutely no. I still think it's over priced for what it is.
    Ooh okay, I see. I saw that as a solution and I figured that would work but I can't do that because I manage an email list that is ever changing. I would just have to do the same thing every time someone is added to the list and that's a big hassle for me.

    I thought it was Android too, but all of the other Android phones I have tried (so many, including the Honor 8), I just use Exchange to host them and I never run into issues.

    The XZ looks like a nice phone, and since you are familiar with Sony, it could be a nice "upgrade" (quotes are for if you if you think it is, or if it is more of a sidegrade). Haha, it's funny that you say that. The Pixel is the only choice I have left in the small phone arena (not interested in the Galaxy S7, and the Huawei Nova seems like it isn't coming out statewise). Because of pricing, I will try that when there's a price drop (like at least 250 usd off) in the second hand market.
    11-02-2016 07:23 AM
  3. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    Ooh okay, I see. I saw that as a solution and I figured that would work but I can't do that because I manage an email list that is ever changing. I would just have to do the same thing every time someone is added to the list and that's a big hassle for me.

    I thought it was Android too, but all of the other Android phones I have tried (so many, including the Honor 8), I just use Exchange to host them and I never run into issues.

    The XZ looks like a nice phone, and since you are familiar with Sony, it could be a nice "upgrade" (quotes are for if you if you think it is, or if it is more of a sidegrade). Haha, it's funny that you say that. The Pixel is the only choice I have left in the small phone arena (not interested in the Galaxy S7, and the Huawei Nova seems like it isn't coming out statewise). Because of pricing, I will try that when there's a price drop (like at least 250 usd off) in the second hand market.
    I have to admit my phone use is somewhat basic with contacts and email and I don't do overly fancy things with it. I've never used Exchange so no idea what issues there would be.

    The XZ is an upgrade of the Z3 and I do like the way it looks. I'm just not sure about the camera and some other bits. I know the camera is good but sounds like the software is a bit meh. I've yet to see it in person as well so can't say much. At least it's got an SD card slot and IP68 rating which I like.

    As for the Pixel I don't like the way it looks really and it's lacking a few things other flagships have, like IP68. The SD card I guess can be debatable but I find internal storage is always too small and phones cost too much for too little. 32MB is becoming the new entry level but I thought we'd be further along by now. But that's my personal opinion.

    So I'm in a wait and see kind of thing at the moment. I think the price of flagships is a bit over the top at the moment. The prices were dropping but now all of them seemed to have jumped up again for what appears to be for little innovation.
    11-02-2016 08:22 AM
  4. libra89's Avatar
    The XZ is an upgrade of the Z3 and I do like the way it looks. I'm just not sure about the camera and some other bits. I know the camera is good but sounds like the software is a bit meh. I've yet to see it in person as well so can't say much. At least it's got an SD card slot and IP68 rating which I like.

    As for the Pixel I don't like the way it looks really and it's lacking a few things other flagships have, like IP68. The SD card I guess can be debatable but I find internal storage is always too small and phones cost too much for too little. 32MB is becoming the new entry level but I thought we'd be further along by now. But that's my personal opinion.

    So I'm in a wait and see kind of thing at the moment. I think the price of flagships is a bit over the top at the moment. The prices were dropping but now all of them seemed to have jumped up again for what appears to be for little innovation.
    Hmm, I see. Hopefully as time goes on, you'll hear more about the XZ. I think it's going to get Nougat soon? Sony keeps releasing phones so if you aren't pleased, there's another rumored round around winter/spring?

    I agree about flagship pricing even though I don't really buy them. At least not at launch lol. I think the Pixel is my only one that I want to try though. For the moment, I'll hang tight to my phones (the ones I'm claiming: Honor 8, iPhone SE, and Lumia 550) because I really like them a lot, even though I wish that I can combine what I really like about them together.

    Not going to lie though, part of me is considering trying the Z5 compact so that I can say that I have tried everything LOL.
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    11-03-2016 01:28 PM
  5. libra89's Avatar
    Pulled the trigger on a Z5 Compact since I just got that refund. I am just one of those people who wants to feel like I explored my options and that I chose the best one possible (a Libra trait! Half joking...). At the time, the Honor 8 seemed to be the best. Now that there's a Pixel in the mix now, it's either that or I try this out, which I wanted to try since earlier this year, but the price was nuts.
    11-04-2016 09:59 AM
  6. anon(6078578)'s Avatar
    Pulled the trigger on a Z5 Compact since I just got that refund. I am just one of those people who wants to feel like I explored my options and that I chose the best one possible (a Libra trait! Half joking...). At the time, the Honor 8 seemed to be the best. Now that there's a Pixel in the mix now, it's either that or I try this out, which I wanted to try since earlier this year, but the price was nuts.
    Are we allowed to put in a personal request for the next phone you can try?
    11-04-2016 10:07 AM
  7. libra89's Avatar
    Are we allowed to put in a personal request for the next phone you can try?
    Lol! No
    Small phones only, with at least midrange specs and not more than $400 and has Band 12. After this phone, I'm done with buying new ones for the rest of the year. Then it's on to the Pixel eventually, unless Sony or someone else comes out with a small phone with decent specs.

    Tired of the 5.5" trend.
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    11-04-2016 10:16 AM
  8. anon(6078578)'s Avatar
    Lol! No
    Small phones only, with at least midrange specs and not more than $400 and has Band 12. After this phone, I'm done with buying new ones for the rest of the year. Then it's on to the Pixel eventually, unless Sony or someone else comes out with a small phone with decent specs.

    Tired of the 5.5" trend.
    I've seen some 7 inch phablets which, to me, are already impractical. I can still remember when phones were going the other way, my tiny SE T610 being the smallest I ever had

    Of course it wasn't a smartphone so didn't need a big screen.
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    11-04-2016 11:07 AM
  9. JM_Thomas's Avatar
    Much as I didn't want to, I went and got the LG V20. I am on VZW and since they are not going to get a Windows based phone anytime in the near future, just decided to go back to Android.

    Not what I wanted, but no other options. AT&T and T-Mobile are NOT options in my area. VZW is it for acceptable coverage.

    My Samsung ATIV SE was getting tired, though it runs amazingly on Win10M, but will keep it as a backup for any family member that needs an emergency phone.
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    11-04-2016 11:11 AM
  10. libra89's Avatar
    I've seen some 7 inch phablets which, to me, are already impractical. I can still remember when phones were going the other way, my tiny SE T610 being the smallest I ever had

    Of course it wasn't a smartphone so didn't need a big screen.
    Wow. Not sure how to move around 7". lol
    Much as I didn't want to, I went and got the LG V20. I am on VZW and since they are not going to get a Windows based phone anytime in the near future, just decided to go back to Android.

    Not what I wanted, but no other options. AT&T and T-Mobile are NOT options in my area. VZW is it for acceptable coverage.

    My Samsung ATIV SE was getting tired, though it runs amazingly on Win10M, but will keep it as a backup for any family member that needs an emergency phone.
    I hope you like your V20.
    I noticed that you said no other options. Why not a Google Pixel (XL), since it is available on Verizon?
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    11-04-2016 11:14 AM
  11. tgp's Avatar
    After this phone, I'm done with buying new ones for the rest of the year.
    Sure, that is easy to say this time of year! Good thing for you it is November and not January!
    11-04-2016 11:18 AM
  12. libra89's Avatar
    Sure, that is easy to say this time of year! Good thing for you it is November and not January!
    Lol, you're so nice to me. xd To be fair, you are right though. I just know that B&H will send me a catalog again this month or next, haha.
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    11-04-2016 11:24 AM
  13. Scienceguy Labs's Avatar


    Just hooked this cool little dude up. Really liking it so far. There are a few functions that are oddly missing....like being able to make reminders. Have no idea what that's all about. Hoping for an update, soon.
    11-05-2016 11:15 AM
  14. libra89's Avatar
    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/2016...49919d7b69.jpg

    Just hooked this cool little dude up. Really liking it so far. There are a few functions that are oddly missing....like being able to make reminders. Have no idea what that's all about. Hoping for an update, soon.
    Ooh very cool! Reading about it, it sounds really interesting. Let us know how it works for you, please?
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    11-05-2016 11:20 AM
  15. Scienceguy Labs's Avatar
    I will. Been playing with since last night.
    Likes so far: 6 month Youtube Music trial (Really like just saying, "Play some Smashing Pumpkins" and off it goes), the mic is outstanding, it has understood everything I've said to it, more to come.
    Dislikes so far: No Google Keep interaction (yet???). I could really use this functionality. It's really my only complaint so far. I'm sure I'll have more, though. Need more time with it.

    Sent from mTalk
    11-05-2016 11:31 AM
  16. Joe920's Avatar
    I will. Been playing with since last night.
    Likes so far: 6 month Youtube Music trial (Really like just saying, "Play some Smashing Pumpkins" and off it goes), the mic is outstanding, it has understood everything I've said to it, more to come.
    Dislikes so far: No Google Keep interaction (yet???). I could really use this functionality. It's really my only complaint so far. I'm sure I'll have more, though. Need more time with it.

    Sent from mTalk
    For those interested, there's an in-depth review on Ars Technica:
    arstechnica.com/gadgets/2016/11/google-home-review-a-step-forward-for-hotwords-a-step-backward-in-capability/
    11-05-2016 02:11 PM
  17. Scienceguy Labs's Avatar
    Arrggggghhhhh!
    So, every time the Google Pixel commercial comes on the tube, and the guy asks Google to locate Korean BBQ restaurants, my Google Home answers and starts telling me all of the restaurants around me that serve K-BBQ. Ha ha It is very, very sensitive to voice commands. :D

    Sent from mTalk
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    11-05-2016 08:51 PM
  18. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    Arrggggghhhhh!
    So, every time the Google Pixel commercial comes on the tube, and the guy asks Google to locate Korean BBQ restaurants, my Google Home answers and starts telling me all of the restaurants around me that serve K-BBQ. Ha ha It is very, very sensitive to voice commands. :D

    Sent from mTalk
    Well that sucks... LOL!

    Thought it would have done voice training of some sort to prevent that.
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    11-06-2016 04:10 AM
  19. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    Pulled the trigger on a Z5 Compact since I just got that refund. I am just one of those people who wants to feel like I explored my options and that I chose the best one possible (a Libra trait! Half joking...). At the time, the Honor 8 seemed to be the best. Now that there's a Pixel in the mix now, it's either that or I try this out, which I wanted to try since earlier this year, but the price was nuts.
    My wife has the Z5 compact and a guy at work does too.

    The camera is better than the Z3, it's too small for me though.

    The guy at work just had a problem with his. Some update caused it to go into a boot loop so had to reinstall the firmware.

    My suggestion, though not sure if it's required, I'd probably do a reinstall of the firmware prior to using it. Just like all phones, sometimes the firmware ships corrupted.
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    11-06-2016 04:14 AM
  20. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    Hmm, I see. Hopefully as time goes on, you'll hear more about the XZ. I think it's going to get Nougat soon? Sony keeps releasing phones so if you aren't pleased, there's another rumored round around winter/spring?

    I agree about flagship pricing even though I don't really buy them. At least not at launch lol. I think the Pixel is my only one that I want to try though. For the moment, I'll hang tight to my phones (the ones I'm claiming: Honor 8, iPhone SE, and Lumia 550) because I really like them a lot, even though I wish that I can combine what I really like about them together.

    Not going to lie though, part of me is considering trying the Z5 compact so that I can say that I have tried everything LOL.
    I don't necessarily want a Sony but I don't see anything else I like currently.

    Yes the Z5 and up are getting Nougat. Sony isn't the quickest at updates but you will get updated.

    Apparently Z3 doesn't meet the specs for Nougat set by Google.
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    11-06-2016 04:16 AM
  21. libra89's Avatar
    My wife has the Z5 compact and a guy at work does too.

    The camera is better than the Z3, it's too small for me though.

    The guy at work just had a problem with his. Some update caused it to go into a boot loop so had to reinstall the firmware.

    My suggestion, though not sure if it's required, I'd probably do a reinstall of the firmware prior to using it. Just like all phones, sometimes the firmware ships corrupted.
    Good to know, thanks for sharing that! I have no idea how to reinstall firmware, that sounds a bit higher than my skillset. I'll see how it goes tomorrow. Apperciate the tip. I tried a Z3 myself a few months back and I liked it, but the radios sucked in my area. I'm hoping that this wouldn't carry on, but I will find out tomorrow. Yayy!

    I don't necessarily want a Sony but I don't see anything else I like currently.

    Yes the Z5 and up are getting Nougat. Sony isn't the quickest at updates but you will get updated.

    Apparently Z3 doesn't meet the specs for Nougat set by Google.
    Ohh okay, I wasn't sure if you was just a Sony fan or so. I think it's a processor thing for the Z3. Either way, I wish you luck in the upgrade, whenever that will be. At least Sony updates though. lol.
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    11-06-2016 03:05 PM
  22. P1ng0fDeath's Avatar
    Sooo I'm finally posting my impressions of the Z3 Compact!..

    Build quality is premium and it's a great looking phone. It's relatively thin (8.6 mm) with something I love: small bezels!
    It is much smaller than phones the world got used to, but not that small. I have big hands and still can't access hamburger menus with just one hand unless I slide it towards the middle of the phone. Still, not sure I'm willing to go any smaller than this. Holding any bigger phone now feels awkward at first.

    The USB port cover flap is prone to break if handled improperly. Also, it makes using the phone while charging a bit odd. Makes me wish one of those new waterproof USB ports. Waterproof certification was never a must-have for me, but it's handy - no need to worry about the rain, for example. It can even take a bath if necessary.

    Screen is crisp and vivid. One thing I really like about the 930's screen is how good the colors look without being over-saturated, and the same goes for this one. Viewing angles are satisfactory. Since it's a LCD display, no risk of burn-in is a plus for me.

    Although the camera has the same amount of pixels as the 930, it's easily surpassed by the Lumia. Decent, but simply not as good. It's great to have a dedicated camera button, so +1 for Sony.

    It has a bigger battery than my 930, which is bigger and thicker. Lasts a day of heavy use: WhatsApp, Messenger, social media, browsing, music, etc. Light use on the 930 would drop the battery at a ridiculous rate, like 2-3% every 90 seconds or so - screen-on time must feel 3x better. Keeping Stamina mode on the whole time makes it last 2 days of moderate use.

    Sound quality is very important for me. I listen to music on a daily basis on headphones and sound quality must be the best possible. Luckily, this phone didn't disappoint me on that department: loud and clear sound.

    Running Android 6.0.1, resuming apps is usually very quick. Good use of resources, kind of puts my 930 (which has similar specs) to shame. Performance is one of the mains reasons I decided to keep the Z3C, I can't live without it anymore.
    It packs a lot of bloatware, which I hate. Only some can be uninstalled, others can just be deactivated and hidden. Maybe I will root it to get rid of them once warranty expires. +1 for W10M, where you find few pre-installed apps and can uninstall what you don't want.
    Having a notification led is cool. On the other hand, Android feels clumsy for some tasks - the data monitor is located in the settings menu and, without WP ability to pin anything to the start screen, you either access it there evertime you need it or use 3rd party apps (plenty to choose from, which is good). The action and notification center is better by miles on W10M, hands down. Almost everything I do on it can be done better there, including customization. Blocking SMS is a frustrating experience, I really miss W10M built-in blocker.

    About keyboards, until I last used W10M prediction still worked like &$%#! for any word longer than 4 letters. Haven't had any issue with Google Keyboard so far (it learns quickly, even swear workds lol) and there's 3rd party keyboards to download. I'm hoping MS will release their keyboard on Play Store, but with the same quality level as before. However I do miss how easy it's to change language input on W10M.

    Gestures (something MS axed) are available: answering calls by just picking it up and holding it next to the ear is a nice gimmick.

    About apps... Obviously they are all there. I didn't found Microsoft apps all that better as people say. Weather for example, lag behing compared to its W10M version. MSN News crashed a lot on my 930 since day 1 and that always annoyed me, but it isn't perfect on Android - just more stable. Live tiles make a great difference on these 2 apps. On their case, widgets just doesn't do the justice (I'm yet to find a weather widget that is as good as Weather live tile). About Outlook, it doesn't offer more on Android for me and I have 0 complaints about it on W10M. Can't tell about Office - never really used it even on WP. Feels good to have such a better store experience, as even the Google Play app itself is better.

    Google Maps can't save offline maps properly. Instead of selecting countries, states, etc to download, all it offers is drawing a rectangle over the region you want to download. Not cool. Luckily, Android still have Here Maps - offline maps work as usual there. Gotta love having options...

    Bottom line: As much as enjoyed this phone, I still prefer using WP and would love to go back. Too bad the future doesn't look bright for it and it's dying more and more each day in my country (I simply don't see Lumias in the wild anymore). Still, this phone indeed lived up to my expectations, so I see myself staying on Android for the next years.
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    11-06-2016 09:23 PM
  23. libra89's Avatar
    Sooo I'm finally posting my impressions of the Z3 Compact!..

    Build quality is premium and it's a great looking phone. It's relatively thin (8.6 mm) with something I love: small bezels!
    It is much smaller than phones the world got used to, but not that small. I have big hands and still can't access hamburger menus with just one hand unless I slide it towards the middle of the phone. Still, not sure I'm willing to go any smaller than this. Holding any bigger phone now feels awkward at first.

    The USB port cover flap is prone to break if handled improperly. Also, it makes using the phone while charging a bit odd. Makes me wish one of those new waterproof USB ports. Waterproof certification was never a must-have for me, but it's handy - no need to worry about the rain, for example. It can even take a bath if necessary.

    Screen is crisp and vivid. One thing I really like about the 930's screen is how good the colors look without being over-saturated, and the same goes for this one. Viewing angles are satisfactory. Since it's a LCD display, no risk of burn-in is a plus for me.

    Although the camera has the same amount of pixels as the 930, it's easily surpassed by the Lumia. Decent, but simply not as good. It's great to have a dedicated camera button, so +1 for Sony.

    It has a bigger battery than my 930, which is bigger and thicker. Lasts a day of heavy use: WhatsApp, Messenger, social media, browsing, music, etc. Light use on the 930 would drop the battery at a ridiculous rate, like 2-3% every 90 seconds or so - screen-on time must feel 3x better. Keeping Stamina mode on the whole time makes it last 2 days of moderate use.

    Sound quality is very important for me. I listen to music on a daily basis on headphones and sound quality must be the best possible. Luckily, this phone didn't disappoint me on that department: loud and clear sound.

    Running Android 6.0.1, resuming apps is usually very quick. Good use of resources, kind of puts my 930 (which has similar specs) to shame. Performance is one of the mains reasons I decided to keep the Z3C, I can't live without it anymore.
    It packs a lot of bloatware, which I hate. Only some can be uninstalled, others can just be deactivated and hidden. Maybe I will root it to get rid of them once warranty expires. +1 for W10M, where you find few pre-installed apps and can uninstall what you don't want.
    Having a notification led is cool. On the other hand, Android feels clumsy for some tasks - the data monitor is located in the settings menu and, without WP ability to pin anything to the start screen, you either access it there evertime you need it or use 3rd party apps (plenty to choose from, which is good). The action and notification center is better by miles on W10M, hands down. Almost everything I do on it can be done better there, including customization. Blocking SMS is a frustrating experience, I really miss W10M built-in blocker.

    About keyboards, until I last used W10M prediction still worked like &$%#! for any word longer than 4 letters. Haven't had any issue with Google Keyboard so far (it learns quickly, even swear workds lol) and there's 3rd party keyboards to download. I'm hoping MS will release their keyboard on Play Store, but with the same quality level as before. However I do miss how easy it's to change language input on W10M.

    Gestures (something MS axed) are available: answering calls by just picking it up and holding it next to the ear is a nice gimmick.

    About apps... Obviously they are all there. I didn't found Microsoft apps all that better as people say. Weather for example, lag behing compared to its W10M version. MSN News crashed a lot on my 930 since day 1 and that always annoyed me, but it isn't perfect on Android - just more stable. Live tiles make a great difference on these 2 apps. On their case, widgets just doesn't do the justice (I'm yet to find a weather widget that is as good as Weather live tile). About Outlook, it doesn't offer more on Android for me and I have 0 complaints about it on W10M. Can't tell about Office - never really used it even on WP. Feels good to have such a better store experience, as even the Google Play app itself is better.

    Google Maps can't save offline maps properly. Instead of selecting countries, states, etc to download, all it offers is drawing a rectangle over the region you want to download. Not cool. Luckily, Android still have Here Maps - offline maps work as usual there. Gotta love having options...

    Bottom line: As much as enjoyed this phone, I still prefer using WP and would love to go back. Too bad the future doesn't look bright for it and it's dying more and more each day in my country (I simply don't see Lumias in the wild anymore). Still, this phone indeed lived up to my expectations, so I see myself staying on Android for the next years.
    Yay! I was scared that you forgot but thanks for sharing. It was worth the wait. Glad that you are enjoying it, though. The apps being better, it depends on the app.
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    11-06-2016 10:11 PM
  24. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    Good to know, thanks for sharing that! I have no idea how to reinstall firmware, that sounds a bit higher than my skillset. I'll see how it goes tomorrow. Apperciate the tip. I tried a Z3 myself a few months back and I liked it, but the radios sucked in my area. I'm hoping that this wouldn't carry on, but I will find out tomorrow. Yayy!



    Ohh okay, I wasn't sure if you was just a Sony fan or so. I think it's a processor thing for the Z3. Either way, I wish you luck in the upgrade, whenever that will be. At least Sony updates though. lol.
    The nice thing about Sony is that it's very easy to re-install the firmeware. Just use the Xperia Companion software for PC. It's really simple.

    One of the reasons I've been thinking of upgrading recently is that my phone just isn't picking up the signal that well anymore. It's good for the most part but then I have periods of time where it simply takes forever to pick up a signal. Very frustrating. It's one of the reasons why I'm holding back on the XZ as well as I heard the radios might not be that great on that. My wife's Z5 Compact is better than my Z3 with signal.

    Anyway, I won't be buying anything until the new year so hopefully prices come down a touch after the xmas rush and I can pick up a bargain. :)
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    11-07-2016 01:47 AM
  25. P1ng0fDeath's Avatar
    Yay! I was scared that you forgot but thanks for sharing. It was worth the wait. Glad that you are enjoying it, though. The apps being better, it depends on the app.
    I'm not exactly a good writer, but I'm glad you liked it! Still getting around Android (First time owning one since 2013).
    Btw I'm eyeing a Z5 Compact too. The fingerprint scanner should be nice to have and the phone overall seems to be very good, but then again the Z3C looks sooo sexy. Not sure what to do lol
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    11-07-2016 03:38 AM
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