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[SPECS] Sony Xperia E3 Specifications - Members Thoughts

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17th November 2014, 01:45 AM   |  #11  
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I just got this phone, overall this phone is good, with 1,2 quadcore, switching between apps are smooth, so far I find no laggines. The design is simply perfect. It's a bit too long for me, kinda doesn't really fit in on my pocket, but I love this phone, currently waiting for the root and other stuff here at XDA
17th November 2014, 06:38 PM   |  #12  
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Uninstall unwanted apps?
Almost all of the pre-installed apps have NO uninstall method - just "disable".
Bonkers when available free space is less than 2GB...
21st November 2014, 04:50 PM   |  #13  
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Originally Posted by DonLukkAsh

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Just one addition to that list of Xperia E3 features:
its battery is non-changeable (is placed internally) which means that you can pull it out by simple disassembling of a device and what's better, in some service point if you're not dextrous in those hardware issues.

True, although it has an "off switch" inside, which you can use instead of pulling the batt in case of trouble. Long-press power button does nothing.
22nd November 2014, 06:30 PM   |  #14  
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How is battery life how much screen on time u guys getting..?
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How is battery life how much screen on time u guys getting..?

Got the phone yesterday. On first charge around 4+ hours with heavy use (detailed configuration, app installs, tests etc) + wifi always on. Haven't yet tried how it goes when 4G is turned on...
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