A small note on how to make things rollin'. Default configuration of Keenetic Ultra makes XZ1 Compact to stuck in a loop during authorization process. If you can’t pair your XZ1 to 5Ghz WiFi network just switch router network to channel: 56 And you are good to go. Yeah, simple as that. See you around! Imagery by spacedrone808
Simple repost of an excellent YT review on my current trusty websurfer ► Sony Xperia XZ1 Compact smartphone. Imagery by spacedrone808
Most modern marketing smart-phones are mumbling about support of really large SD cards. But only on Hi-End models. I’m not even speaking about pathetic iphones, which are disabled in terms of external storage due to the greed of executive directors. In this note i will check old mastodonts like: Sony Xperia XZ1 Compact  Nokia PureView 808  for compatibility with such ENORMOUS storage device.
v0.88b: please contact me if you find errors or inaccuracies. In this guide i will quickly show my system configuration tweaked for privacy. I’m using essential stuff like 4G/WiFi & BT. Additional pleasantries are blocked. █ ANDROID 8: OS WITH MINIMAL TELEMETRY Operating System: Android 8.0 [Android 8.1 ain’t good, coz it brought support of neural networks to do effective data mining] Security patch: 1st September 2018 FW Version: 47.
ALARM! UNPLANNED POST CURRENTLY TEST IS NOT OPTIMIZED FOR MOBILE VIEW! In older posts I’ve pointed to the fact that Nokia 808 is the most powerful camera-phone in terms of provided detail. I would like to remind you that previously tested Samsung S20 and even 1-inch Panasonic CM1 can’t stand in direct competition to Nokia 808. Here are sample pictures. Funny thing ,that Nokia don’t even has a RAW format.
It is a known fact that dxomark resource is a complete sellout and very prone to assign fake rankings. And no one in sane condition will use their results as a reference, because of their prepaid nature. dxomark’s cool conclusion of the past that iphone is better then Nokia PureView 808 in terms of detail, makes me laugh till today. Days go by and it looks like we have another “winner” here – dpreview , to be precise.
I’m not a big fan of Sony smartphones. Yeah, their products almost always packed with technology, but in terms of engineering ideas and realization things they suck pretty badly. Same point of view regarding their photography division. But nevertheless I’m using Sony XZ1 Compact as my main portable web gateway on daily basis. Using it due to ultra-compact size and no alternatives available. It’s a 2017 flagship, based upon Snapdragon 835 CPU and paired with 4Gb of RAM.