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Gsmarena review

17th May 2014, 03:43 PM |#21  
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Originally Posted by niaboc79

Reviews are never objective.

Best way is to go in a Sony Center and test the phone.

Compare between different phones is useless. You must choose according to your own criterias with device in hand.

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Its obvious that the guys from Gsmarena are marketing the plastic fantastic S5, they've already reviewed and praised it three times in the past month ...so imo, they are not trustworthy!

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Yeah that's right. Many blogs and websites are clearly on Samsung's payroll. Samsung's PR is one of the best when it comes to this stuff. I still cant believe that Heathrow is naming a terminal as S5 for a few weeks

Lol seems true
 
 
17th May 2014, 04:47 PM |#22  
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Lol seems true

It is true, and even the news section on their website is lately full of Samsung propaganda!
17th May 2014, 08:21 PM |#23  
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was the writer sleeping or what? he changed the sides of the ports completely. thats silly.

The right side of the Xperia Z2 is very busy. In the upper corner is the microSIM compartment under its protective flap. Just below it is the signature power key, followed by a volume rocker. Finally, there is the two-stage shutter key.

Right side: microSIM card slot, aluminum power key, shutter key

The left side has the microSD card slot and the microUSB port under a protective plastic lid as well. Naturally, it should be properly closed if you want your Xperia Z2 to be dust and water proof. The lanyard eyelet is also around.

Left side: microSD card slot and microUSB port, plus the lanyard eyelet
source: http://www.gsmarena.com/sony_xperia_...iew-1078p3.php
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