Xperia Z Ultra: Impressions

I have had the Z Ultra for the past few days and I am putting my thoughts together for a full review. This is a phone that I really love! Of course it has its ups and downs though.

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HI! My name is Erica Griffin. I am known on the interwebs as The Technology Nerd Who Likes to Film Stuff. I create insanely in-depth technology reviews as well as blog my experiences about what it is like to incorporate them into everyday living! I am from San Diego, CA. I went to the University of California, San Diego for my bachelors degree in Cognitive Science (I studied brains and hormones and why people do what they do). I specialized in Human Computer Interaction. Then I minored in Digital Media Production. Mix that all together and you get THE TECHNOLOGY NERD WHO LIKES TO FILM STUFF hehe. I love my boyfriend, Fran├žois Simond, aka Supercurio, from XDA. He means everything to me and has been so supportive of me through all this! I love tech (obviously), I like to sing, I like to make origami models, I love to travel, I believe in Jesus Christ as my Lord and savior....

2 thoughts on “Xperia Z Ultra: Impressions

  1. DarkGuyver

    I’m actually amaze at how well the new Triluminos display performs. Could you do a comparison with the Xperia Z Ultra displays and the displays used in other cellphones?

    Shame that Sony still prefers to use that “Anti-Shatter” screen protector on their portable devices rather than Gorilla Glass.

  2. Hend

    Hello Erica,
    really love your reviews. one things about the light/white bleed of a black image at full brightness test: I tested this on my Note 8 (TFT capacitive touchscreen) and on my Galaxy Nexus (Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen) and the TFT produced the blue/white light when viewed from angles, it even turns yellow/red from right and left. The LED maintained a much better blackish colour.

    So i don’t think that is is a Sony or bravia related issue. It is simply the LCD/TFT vs LED.
    Try the same trick with full white, full bright and compare the LCD vs LED and the scales shifts to the LCD.


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