Personally I don't think I'd mind it much. Admittedly I don't use the 3.5mm jack on my XZ Premium often but if I did I'd just be sure to stick the dongle on my headphone wire so they'd be good to go whenever. Or worst case I'd stick the dongle in my wallet so it's always with me. I know more choices are always better, but I also do think some people out there (in general, not referring to you) do make a bigger deal out of it than necessary.
As of this moment there is no compact variant, but the rumor mills are hinting at a compact model later in the year, but it MIGHT just be for Japan. Lots of uncertainty there since some of the rumors are coming from new sources so we'll have to wait and see.
Sony have historically been pretty good at maximizing battery life so I will definitely give them the benefit of the doubt. If I had to take a guess I'd imagine it'll be in the same ballpark as the Galaxy S10 for battery life, so good enough but not mindblowing.
They did just add remote play to iOS devices today so I have to imagine Android devices in general can't be far away. I imagine iOS was just easier to implement due to the limited number of devices to have to program for compared to the multitude of devices on Android.
They usually around 1-2 weeks apart. Hopefully it's compatible with Verizon Network as wellIs the NA versions likely to release around the same time as UK? I'm not sure how it typically works for phone releases. I went ahead and switched providers today to save about 80 bucks over the next 2+ months which I'll put towards the Xperia 1's upfront cost whenever it comes out.
We don't know yet. It probably will be close though.Is the NA versions likely to release around the same time as UK? I'm not sure how it typically works for phone releases. I went ahead and switched providers today to save about 80 bucks over the next 2+ months which I'll put towards the Xperia 1's upfront cost whenever it comes out.
I'm more interested in having the 21:9 ratio+HDR for video/film making purposes. It's going to be more of a pain in the ass to frame and shoot, but the results will hopefuly pay off when viewing on an ultrawide monitor.