'While I may not be entirely sold on the design changes, using the Z5 Compact has been great. '
'The processor inside is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 which is a nice upgrade from the Z3 Compact which has a Snapdragon 801.'
'Elegant, waterproof design.'
'It’s disappointing that Sony hasn’t matched the Z3’s Full HD display, but this is still good for a phone this size, and it matches what the competition currently offers.'
'The Sony Xperia Z3 Compact packs a larger screen than its predecessor in the same size body, it has tonnes of power, it's completely waterproof allowing for underwater photography and it has a good camera.'
'fairly sharp picture'
'Very heavy Android skin.'
'With decent hardware and a price tag of around ?300, it is a solid phone. '
'Video recording quality is bad.'
'It will feel comfortable to most users and the Xperia M4 Aqua is very thin and light for a mid-range phone at 7.3 mm and 136 g.'
'the upper half of the rear of the phone became noticeably hot after just a few minutes of even ordinary use.'
'If you need a good-looking phone in this price range which will last up to two days on a single charge, then by all means consider the Xperia M2. '
'Using a large screen and flashy design means the Xperia M2 can easily pass for a top-end phone at a glance. '
'We found that it could last for two days of normal use between charging. '
'Screen isn't competitive.'
'the sound that came out of its speaker was disappointing and muffled.'
The Sony Xperia M2 Aqua is a new water-resistant version of the original 4.8-inch Android smartphone, great news if you like snorkelling.
'The Sony Xperia E3 is a solid, low-cost 4G phone, but issues with the design and hardware let it down. '
'The Sony Xperia E3 is an improvement over its predecessor in every way possible, which is probably why Sony chose to skip through E2 - the two digit improvement was needed to underline the big jump forward.'
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