Sony Xperia Z1 Compact review: when smaller is better
26 Mar 2014 | 91mobiles
“Don’t go by its size, the Z1 Compact offers a power-packed performance in a pocketable form-factor” Three years ago when Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note – a device with large 5.3-inch display, many raised their collective brows on its form-factor and unwieldiness. However, the device sold like hot cakes and consumers loved the idea of a phone which could double up as a tablet, giving birth to the term phablet. Other vendors (with the no...
Pros: Ideal for one-handed use; Powerful hardware; Good battery life; Dust- and water-resistant;
Cons: Average camera; Steep pricing; Specs at a glance Dimensions127 x 64.9 x 9.5 mmWeight137 gDisplay4.3-inchDisplay resolution1,280 x 720 pixels (342 ppi)Processor2.2GHz quad-coreRAM2GBInternal memory16GBExternal memorysupports up to 64GB microSD cardsPrimary
Verdict: There’s no doubt that big-screen devices which offer a more immersive experience of viewing multimedia, playing games, browsing the web or reading documents are enjoying massive uptake currently. However, this comes at the cost of comfortable handl...