The first thing we noticed about the Z3 Compact is that the metal frame that protruded on the Z1 Compact protruded. There is plastic all around, which sounds a bit down, but the aesthetics have actually improved. Sony has toned down the colors - in addition to black and white you can now choose instead of bright pink and yellow, a deep orange or a pale green. The opaque front and back forms a translucent center band. The corners have the same shock-absorbing properties as the new XPERIA Z3, but the sleek curved metal is not to be found. This has the advantage that the magnetic dock connector is much better hidden and the flaps that cover the ports and slots are easier to open. The two siblings have one thing in common: their glass backs are so smooth. They glide on flat surfaces like air hockey pucks.
On the front there are two stereo speakers. Our white test model had clearly visible cutouts for the front camera and the sensors. All other variants have black fronts, which we think looks a little better. The Z3 Compact has the same degree of protection IP68 as its brother, which means that it is insensitive to dust and liquids. That's always a good thing, but the downside is that you have to deal with the fiddly side flap each time you need to plug this phone into the charger. The Z3 Compact is only a hair larger than the Z1 Compact, but it is also almost a millimeter thinner. It's light enough to be comfortable, and it's not too long to use with one hand. In terms of size, this phone is slightly wider than an iPhone 5s and about the same height, but the Screen takes more from the front. Interestingly, the Z3 Compact is smaller (but not as thin) as the recently announced iPhone 6.
Specifications and Software:
The list is largely identical to that of the XPERIA Z3. Both use the same quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 at 2.5GHz with built-in Adreno 330 graphics and LTE modem. While the Z3 has 3GB of RAM, the Z3 Compact only has 2GB. 16GB of internal storage and support for 128GB Micro SD cards are shared with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, GPS and numerous environmental sensors.
The biggest difference, of course, is the screens. The Z3 Compact goes back from Full HD to 720x1280. It's slightly less sharp in absolute terms in pixels per inch (ppi), but it still looks very sharp and should be more than enough for most people. Interestingly, the screen was pushed at a 4.6-inch (4.6-inch) angle with the Z1 Compact (4.3-inch) without significantly increasing body size. The Z3 Compact uses a 2,600 mAh battery instead of the 3,100 mAh Z3 battery because of its smaller case and less power consuming screen. We are very interested in seeing if this affects battery life in our tests and in real life use. The camera has the same 20.7-megapixel unit as the Z3 and can also record 4K video. High-resolution audio support and PS4 Remote Play are also noticeable. The more expensive model is not reserved or reserved. Given all of our outstanding impressions of the Z3, these are all tempting reasons to buy the Z3 Compact instead, and we're glad we can choose between the two.
If you expect lower performance than the XPERIA Z3, you'll be surprised. The Z3 Compact actually moves forward in a series of tests - the lower-resolution screen is easier to move, which makes the smaller model an advantage in tests that measure graphics performance. The score of 41.2 fps in GFXbench is the highest of all the tested devices that we tested year-round. It is well above that of the Z3 of 29.9 fps (and a significant improvement over the Z1 Compact 34.9).
The 3DMark Ice Storm Unlimited test gave us 19,465 points compared to the 16,995 points the Z3 had achieved. AnTuTu 5, a mixed test, had a lower benefit than the 39,441 Z3 Compact at 42,493. The quadrant's overall value was in favor of the Z3 Compact, but the CPU and memory sub scores showed that the Z3 offers a clear advantage in these areas - they are only overshadowed by graphics performance.
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