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Why did you choose the compact over the Z1 ?

9th March 2014, 03:25 AM |#81  
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Second hand z1c could almost be had for around $500.... I know that's what I'll be aiming for when I post mine once my z2 ships. Great device but want the older brother

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10th March 2014, 10:49 AM |#82  
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Z2 is too big

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12th March 2014, 01:24 AM |#83  
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My reasons:
  • Size: While I don't mind big screens, I already have a tablet, and I need a phone that doesn't stick out of my pockets.
  • Specs: The internals good as or better than almost all phones that were ever released, plus the fact that it is waterproof.
  • Reviews: Pretty much all reviews I read praise it, and I have a thing for Sony products.
  • Price: My carrier has it on sale with the magnetic charging dock included. Renewed my contract and got it for almost nothing.
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