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13th March 2014, 07:31 AM |#11  
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normal for me too.but sounds weird.so who needs a xperia z1.get a blanket

omg omg 4k video works under the blanket if you use a case on your phone. this is amazing. i believe sony put a hidden quantum fluctuation sensor located near the standard lightwave sensor but they put them so near to each other that they were causing conflict during the daylight.

this is the most exciting easter egg discovery in technology since the 3D game in excel years back

im going to try and make a mini nuclear reactor and then induce a particle collision to see if the resulting radiation enables even faster operation.

i have a feeling that the official sony line will be to deny its inclusion for legal purposes probably but i want to say thanks to them, , sony always look after us
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13th March 2014, 08:00 AM |#12  
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omg omg 4k video works under the blanket if you use a case on your phone. this is amazing. i believe sony put a hidden quantum fluctuation sensor located near the standard lightwave sensor but they put them so near to each other that they were causing conflict during the daylight.

this is the most exciting easter egg discovery in technology since the 3D game in excel years back

im going to try and make a mini nuclear reactor and then induce a particle collision to see if the resulting radiation enables even faster operation.

i have a feeling that the official sony line will be to deny its inclusion for legal purposes probably but i want to say thanks to them, , sony always look after us

4k video is running at an average of 1-2 fps. I think you don't have a proper 4k video.

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Antutu gives me 11800 at sunny day

... 16200 at cloudy day!!

Coincidence?? I don't think so



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13th March 2014, 10:24 AM |#14  
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omg omg 4k video works under the blanket if you use a case on your phone. this is amazing. i believe sony put a hidden quantum fluctuation sensor located near the standard lightwave sensor but they put them so near to each other that they were causing conflict during the daylight.

this is the most exciting easter egg discovery in technology since the 3D game in excel years back

im going to try and make a mini nuclear reactor and then induce a particle collision to see if the resulting radiation enables even faster operation.

i have a feeling that the official sony line will be to deny its inclusion for legal purposes probably but i want to say thanks to them, , sony always look after us

u didnt get my words,i mean i dont have any problems like him.i said,his phone will be a z1 if he goes under blanket and btw xperia s plays 4k videos laggy,but plays and cant record
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Antutu gives me 11800 at sunny day

... 16200 at cloudy day!!

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You got 16200? Impossible.
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omg omg 4k video works under the blanket if you use a case on your phone. this is amazing. i believe sony put a hidden quantum fluctuation sensor located near the standard lightwave sensor but they put them so near to each other that they were causing conflict during the daylight.

this is the most exciting easter egg discovery in technology since the 3D game in excel years back

im going to try and make a mini nuclear reactor and then induce a particle collision to see if the resulting radiation enables even faster operation.

i have a feeling that the official sony line will be to deny its inclusion for legal purposes probably but i want to say thanks to them, , sony always look after us

HAHAHAHAHAHA. Loved it. Try giving a call to Tony Stark, and ask a borrowed Arc Reactor from him. Should make things quicker. Please share your results and a How To if sucessful

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u didnt get my words,i mean i dont have any problems like him.i said,his phone will be a z1 if he goes under blanket and btw xperia s plays 4k videos laggy,but plays and cant record

No, I think you just didn't understood his irony haha
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My XS does 14k under de blankets and 14k outdoors. No lags in both occasions.
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