Review of Sony Xperia Z3+
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It basically looks & feels the same as its predecessor. At 6.9 mm & 144gm, it is slightly thinner & lighter than the Z3, & do not see any reason why Sony would have played around with the perfected design. It houses the power button, volume control rocker & a dedicated camera key on the right panel &, on the left, it features the single slot which houses both the nano SIM & SD card slots. The charging port & the headphone jack are at bottom and top, respectively. The curved edges are more distinct & emphasize, but the screen is the same as Z3’s at 5.2inch with Full HD (1080×1920 pixel) resolution.
As soon as switch on the phone, you start noticing apparent refinements over Z3. Playing heavy games, streaming videos & recording 4K videos, were like a gentle wind. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor (1.5Ghz quad-core plus 2Ghz quad-core) does a good job when it comes to speed, but as expected, it heats up the device quite fast. barely eight minutes into recording a 4k video the phone screen displayed a warning:”If the device temperature rises, the app might close during use”. Sony must address this problem directly.
The 20.7 megapixel rear camera was, although, a treat. The photo quality was quite good across diverse lighting conditions. The superior auto mode detected all kinds of landscapes and changed the white balance and other settings automatically. The camera was fast and the 4K videos were not only of great quality, but the playback quality was amazing. The twin speaker embedded inside that slim design packed in a suprising punch.
Overall, the performance of Z3+ was snappy and its dust and water resistant feature makes it that much more appealing. Hopefully, Sony can address the heating problems with future software updates.