Sony Xperia ZR Android phone (preview)

The Sony Xperia ZR is a smaller version of the flagship Xperia Z that offers much of the same features

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Design, build quality and feel are as good as it gets probably for a mid ranged phone.
Viewing angles are certainly noticable but only if you look at the phone from very weird angles
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So far it's blazing fast, no lag at all whatever I'm run on it even with my most demanding games. Also the phone is quite big, but it fits in my average sized hands very well and I can use it with one hand very easily and expect for the viewing angles the screen is big bright sharp and beautiful.

Amit Choksi



Its got an Awesome Underwater Feature with good camera quality but,
Its not WATER PROOF, Speakers defect
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Tried using the underwater feature for Photos, they came out to be brilliant, but water dripped in through the small slot for loudspeaker given at the back side of the phone. After that the Speakers volume went down by 90% and completely distorted. After the water got condensed and evaporated the speakers came back to normal(ie after 2 days). So you can either use Camera Underwater or listen to music. Choice is yours. Haven't tried doing an underwater shoot again, didn't dare to. Not expected out of Sony.




its really good in entertaining you......
battery doesn't stand long.....and heting issues...
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the display and the quality of the high end features are great and gaming is done very beautifully.......especially watching videos is really the outstanding when it comes to hd..........but as said it heats quickly and battery runs out quickly but it charges like a tortoise........

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