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Oppo Find 7 or Sony Xperia Z1 LTE?

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Default Oppo Find 7 or Sony Xperia Z1 LTE?

I'm on the fence between the two. The Oppo is nice and large like my LG Optimus G Pro but I've been eyeing the Sony Z1 LTE; solid aluminum/glass build. Honestly I'm a little tired of plastic phones.

The Oppo Find 7a is about $150 less than the Sony and has a quicker processor, etc. AHHH help me decide

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Z1 LTE is old... Z2 is freaking awesome though. I REALLY want one.
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Originally Posted by Entropy512 View Post
Z1 LTE is old... Z2 is freaking awesome though. I REALLY want one.
QFE, seriously, why not the Z2? I was going to get one myself and nothing early adopters are saying about it scares me off since the overheating on video recording isn't something I'd run into as I almost never use the video camera. In the end I had someone waiting for my N5 as their phone was dead and I promised to give it to them as soon as either the Find 7 or the Z2 dropped and the 7A came first. I had been rooting for the other dog though...
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