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Rating 4.3 out of 5 stars with 68 reviews

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would recommend to a friend

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Rating 3.5 out of 5 stars with 10 reviews

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Awesome phone for less

    Posted
    Shakattack
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    This phone is packed with a lot of options great camera great looks great screen for less than $1000 compared to premium phones like Samsung and iPhone really good phone

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great

    Posted
    tedavenport
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    Best phone I have owned, great screen easy to get used too.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    GOOD SCREEN 6.5" FOR $329

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    mohn
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    SONY NOW MOVIE UP AND MACK A GOOD PHONE CAN BAY FROM ALL AND THE PRICE SO GOOD NO MORE PAY $1000 FOR A PHONE AFTER 1 YEAR WORTH $250

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great camera

    Posted
    Adam
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    Nice phone with good quality and great deal I love the 21:9 screen

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Comfortable to hold, great display

    Posted
    Dan292
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    I've been using my Sony Xperia 10 Plus phone for about a week now, and I'm quite happy with it. I had read that one of its selling points is its more TV-remote size, being narrower and longer than the typical smartphone. Thus it would be more comfortable to hold in your hand. Generally, I've found this to be true, but I would never mistake this phone for a TV remote as remotes are typically thicker and narrower still. But the 10 Plus is more comfortable in my hand, which I like, and its narrowness makes it fit better in my coat and pants pockets, which is a big plus for me. To put some numbers on it, my previous phone, an LG VS995 and one of the largest I had ever owned, is, with protective case attached, 3.375 inches wide, 6.5 inches long, 0.5 inch thick, and it weighs 8.4 oz. The 10 Plus, with protective case attached, is 3.0625 inches wide, 6.75 inches long, 0.375 inches thick, and weighs 7.7 oz. The narrower, thinner (and lighter) aspects of the phone are what make it more comfortable to hold. The 10 Plus is only 5/16-inch narrower and only 1/2-inch longer, but, together, the effect is that you're holding a long, narrow device. As far as using it, I find that each smartphone is slightly different in terms of how features are implemented, how screens, wallpaper, etc. are set up and chosen, what sounds are available (I've never had two phones with the same choices of ringtone, so each time I get a new phone, unless I want to download ringtones separately, it's getting used to new ring and notification tones all over again), and so forth, and this phone is no different. The display is crisp and clear. The in-call sound quality is fine. One of the distinct features of this phone is the large length-to-width ratio of its display with the idea that movies viewed on the device will be at the aspect ratio at which they were originally filmed, which is 21 x 9. I measured the display area, and it's exactly 6 inches by 2.875 inches, which is a length-to-width ratio of 2.09 and very close to the 21-to-9 (2.33 to 1) aspect ratio of movies. @@@@@@@@ My LG phone, by comparison, has the same display width, but it's a full one inch shorter in length. @@@@@@@ The wide-screen aspect of the phone won't be as much benefit when viewing TV shows, YouTube videos, and the like, as those are not filmed in 21 x 9, but there are other benefits to a wider screen, such as the ability to have two apps open side-by-side or to see more of a particular app. Again, to put numbers on it, the LG screen area is 14.4 square inches while the 10 Plus screen is almost three square inches (21%) larger at 17.3 square inches. Overall, I think I'm going to like having the greater screen real estate whether or not I ever watch movies on it. So, in summary, as I look at my old and my new phones side by side on my desk, the Sony Xperia 10 Plus is thinner, longer, and narrower than my previous phone, yet it has significantly more screen real estate. As I said, I'm going to very quickly get used to and like the more comfortable feel in my hand and the easier storage in my pockets while having a more versatile, useful display.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Awesome Phone

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    IceBear
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    Great Camera and sound, clear picture and videos. Beautiful design and easy operation

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Sony is back and strong!

    Posted
    Zaid
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    The problem is Sony underestimated by customers, so please don't judge it until you try it. looking at the beauty of the product and the stylish design with its durability and smooth use, Sony outperforms others on this side. This phone offers a beautiful and elegant design in a light weight and a very fast operating system Android Pie 9 under the hood with a stunning camera. I am a big fan of Sony and I can say that Sony has actually made a great device by putting good hardware at an acceptable price. Fingerprint scanner is very responsive, screen is 6.5 FHD Gorilla Glass 5, 21:9 aspect ratio wide screen, 4 GB RAM, CPU Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 is good for mid-range phone, front camera is 12MP and rear is 8MP with 4k video recording, sound quality is amazing with DSEE "Sony Digital Sound Enhanced Engine" NFC for fast pairing. $429.99 price point is acceptable taking into consideration this device offers vivid screen colors, great sound and fluid use. at the beginning I was concerned about device being tall but actually seems great in hand and doesn't really bother as I get to use the split screen feature nicely and good for movie streaming.happy with my Sony Xperia 10 Plus specially with my Sony WH-1000XM3 makes it a great ecosystem.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    very good phone

    Posted
    Maire
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    Bright and clear display Strong build quality Extra screen space sometimes useful. If you regularly watch films and videos on your phone, this is the handset for you. The Sony Xperia 10 feels high-end considering its price, with a glass front with a metal rear that feel premium to the touch - if you're looking for an affordable device that's also easy on the eye this could be a great choice.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Fast, responsive, spaceous screen

    Posted
    Lisa
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    This costed me a half of my old phone, yet I can do everything I did with it. I love the screen size, the fast speed and the light weight. I wish there are how to set and how to use videos. I needed some time to figure them out by myself, but I found it's easy to use, and now I love it!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Just WOW!

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    Eron
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    So far, I love my 10 plus a lot! It's fast, smooth, glitch free, and beautiful. The processor and pixels are actually upgraded compared to my Xa2 Ultra (last year's midranger). The polycarbonate back feels great and not slippery. I did put a simple clear case on it just to be safe while still showing the beauty of my silver 10 plus. I don't wanna get it damaged for sure, but I guarantee it won't break during drops. The front glass is Gorilla Glass 5, a step up from my Ultra. I've watched 21:9 movies and it's a very immersive experience. Netflix has 70% 21:9 content and major heavy games like Fortnite and Asphalt 9 are formatted in this ratio too. I'ven't tested out gaming yet, but I've seen videos the plus can handle big games although most have black bars on the side yet the display is still large. More media will soon adapt, but in the meantime, you will see black bars also on most YouTube videos although there are some 21:9 videos to view. You can zoom in to fill the screen, but obviously the viewing window is slightly cropped. Not a deal breaker for me. Also, the narrower display feels very good in my hand, weighs less than my fat and heavy Xa2 Ultra, and I don't have to reach far across with my thumb like I did in my wide ultra. This is more manageable. And with a double tap of the home button, it will automatically shrink your display for better one handed use if needed. Also, the taller screen is great for multi-tasking since it allows two apps to be shown equally in good size. I compared the camera to my xa2 ultra and I must say it's better. Both take great pictures in good lighting, but in low light, it's not as grainy as my Ultra. Although it has a smaller battery than my Ultra, Sony has great battery optimization with Stamina Mode and Battery Care along with Android Pie which all will help with battery life. I'm getting great battery life and I've been on it heavily, especially when watching, browsing, fine tuning my homepage and settings. There's a new feature that let's you restrict battery usage for each app that runs in the background. I've restricted all of my apps to get the best battery life. So far, I've been on it for 5 hours straight and I still got 70% left! I don't normally stay on my phone that long in one sitting, but hey, I'm excited to use my new and first 21:9 smartphone. I've had Apple, LG, Samsung, Motorola, ZTE, Sony Ericsson, Xperia, and I must say that my experience so far has been great enough for me to write my first review on a smartphone. Great job Sony, I'm happy and pleased!!!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Really Nice SmartPhone

    Posted
    Jolly
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    To start I love the Slim Screen, quality and the fact it works with any carrier unlocked. The Sim card tray is delicate and could be easily broken with frequent swopping. Fingerprint sensor works good. Video in 4k is good but Pictures are sub standard. Over all this is a very cool slim smartphone.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Excellent Viewing Experience

    Posted
    Ponskippa
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    I've been using this phone exclusively for the past 48 hours and I've concluded that Sony is on to something special with these Tall / Ultra wide screen phones. Initially, the first words that came out of my mind were... WHOA, This phone is TALL. But it's not much taller than most phones now a days. Its candy bar form factor actually make it comfortable to hold and use with one hand. The side fingerprint sensor is located where my thumb naturally rests when pulling it out of my pocket and the power button sits just above that. Pressing your thumb against the sensor will unlock and power on the screen. Things I liked most about the phone are that the OS looks and feels exactly like stock android.It is clean and light, the snapdragon 636 and 4gb of RAM power it nicely and it feels snappy. There is a "Side Sense" mode that allows you to double tap on the side edge of the screen with your thumb to make one handed use even easier. It opens up a menu that has a list of apps and actions for you to use and select with your thumb. Navigating that menu is easy and helpful. The screen looks like an IPS panel and has very nice colors and viewing angles, its 21:9 Ultra Wide ratio makes it great for multi tasking If you're into having two apps open at the same time. I found it to be amazing for watching videos and playing games. It is quite immersive even tho you're holding it in your hands.Movies and Games that take advantage of the full screen make for a great experience. There is an option in the settings to toggle on a "vivid" mode for brighter and more vibrant colors. It comes with a standard headphone jack (thank you Sony) and USB-C port for charging and data transfer. The sim card tray is easily accessible and doesn't require a tool to open. The same cover allows access to the micro sd card slot. The phone doesn't say if it's fast charging when you charge it with a fast charging power supply, but I was able to charge it from about 40% to Full in just a little over an hour. It has excellent battery life and it made it through a full day with moderate use. My biggest complaint about this phone is the camera. Which now a days is a deal breaker for many people. This camera needs a lot of light to perform well. In my tests, the camera struggles in low light and most photos and videos that I took looked pretty bad for this day and age. I expected better from this phone since Sony is the leader in image sensor technology. Outdoors on a sunny day, the camera performs well. I wouldn't recommend this phone to a person who expects great photos and videos from their mobile phone and rely on their phone as their only camera. With "flagship phones" pressing past the $1,000 price mark, this phone is a very good option for someone who loves big screen phones and doesn't want a to spend a fortune. Pros - Ultra Wide aspect ratio is awesome for watching videos , browsing the web and playing games. -Headphone Jack -USB C -Stock Android Experience -Unlocked and Compatible with many carriers -Excellent Battery Life Cons: - Bad Camera -Volume Buttons are very flush and hard to press sometimes -Not compatible with CDMA

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Affordable versatility

    Posted
    JimHIRes
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    Reviewers call this a midrange phone. I call it a great tool at half the price of top liners. I needed hi Res music like I had on my dead Sony and a reasonable camera. I got that and more, like an elongated screen, great battery life and a solid frame. . I love it.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Affordable midrange smartphone with great features

    Posted
    Prat
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    This is sony's larger midrange smartphone. First things first, make sure you download the latest updates before you start using the phone as that might make your experience better. This is a tall phone, 6.5" with 21:9 wide display. This does come in handy with the split screen multitasking as well as for cinematic video viewing. It comes with 12MP and 8MP dual back camera with 2x optical zoom, supporting 4K video recording, while the selfie camera is 8MP. The phone does have headphone jack and the audio resolution is great, given Sony has this experience. 4GB of RAM and Snapdragon 635 helps with good performance of this phone. It comes with 3000mAh battery with great optimization, plus Sony provides 2 Stamina modes to help with the extended battery life. There is a fingerprint scanner to the right of the device for fast unlocking, but this might not be convenient for left handed use. The build quality is great. Other notable features include the NFC pairing, USB C port for charging and data transfers, FM radio, and the standard micro SD slot. This phone also supports streaming games from your PS4. I haven't had any issues with the phone being tall and fitting in the jeans and sitting, it seems to be ok. Overall, this is one of the best midrange smartphone for people who are on budget but want all the bells and whistles for everyday use and I would defintely recommend it.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Sony Xperia 10+

    Posted
    Mistabritt
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    Sony has an awesome one on its hands!!!! I must preface this with by saying normally I don't use Android. Yep, I'm a iPhone addict by heart. However, I've been testing out the Sony Xperia 10 Plus over the last couple of weeks and it's a very impressive device. First off the display is simply amazing with bright vibrant colors from edge to edge. It's very tall and slender which is a little odd at first but that goes away when viewing videos in full screen in landscape mode. Next, the sound quality of calls were crystal clear. Very strong signal running on my AT&T service with no call drops. But my favorite thing about this phone is the amazing battery life. This thing is still charged and running on a single charge from a couple weeks ago. It literally tells you how many days of battery life you have left. This is one area that phone addicts like myself love in smartphone devices. On the top of the Xperia is a headphone jack. Yes, some smartphones still have headphones jacks and that's a plus. The left side of the phone is where the SIM card would be inserted. The right side at the top is the power button, a fingerprint reader that unlocks the phone and also a volume rocker. At the bottom of the phone is where the magic happens with the amazing speakers and a USB-C port which seems to becoming standard more and more these days. This phone comes with Android 9 (Pie) preinstalled and well Android is Android. It seems to be pretty fluid and easy to use. There's a feature called SideSense that's pretty easy to use for those that one to use their device with one hand. Another area that Sony hits it out of the ball park is the amazing camera quality. Photos are crystal clear and the camera app is loaded with a number of features that ensure you get that perfect shot. I would recommend this smartphone to anyone looking for a nice Android device with tons of features and great call quality.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    One of the best phones for media consumption

    Posted
    elzeus
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    The Sony Xperia 10 Plus brings a refreshing take to the crowded smartphone market. It has a giant 6.5 inch screen that uses a 21:9 aspect ratio that is often used for movies. Even though the phone is tall it feels very comfortable in the hand and is great for watching video content and for web browsing. The screen gets very bright and I had no issues using it outside in direct sunlight. The build quality is top notch and the phone features a tool less sim & micro sd card slot so it is very easy to get your phone up and running. The Xperia 10 Plus also features a dual rear camera design which allows you to take bokeh style photos that blurs the background behind the subject of your photo. Phone calls were loud and clear on both the earpiece and speaker phone. There is a fingerprint scanner on the side of the phone which quickly unlocks your phone. Sony did a great job in not including much bloatware on the phone and only making a few changes to the Android operating system user interface. One of these changes is the addition of the Side Sense side bar (shown in my ui photo), this bar gives you easy access to your apps and quick toggles. There is even a headphone jack on this phone that sounded great with my headphones and there is a FM stereo application too. The Xperia 10 Plus is also one of the few Android phones that lets you stream your PS4 or PS4 Pro games to your phone so you can enjoy rich video game graphics on the go. Battery life was above average and easily lasted me all day with normal to heavy use. The only feature of the phone that I wished was better was the bottom speaker, the single speaker is loud but an extra front facing speaker would go a long way especially since the phone is already a great media device. If you have any questions about the phone please feel free to ask me here and I'd be glad to answer.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Decent phone for anyone not looking to spend much

    Posted
    TechNerd
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    I got the chance to review the Sony Xperia 10 Plus and was pretty much what I thought. Out of the box you get: 1. Phone itself 2. Charger brick 3. USB-C cable The Sony Xperia 10 Plus, is it's sleek design, the case features a mixture of both aluminum frame and plastic backing. The screen itself is not Sony's flagship but still very clean and crisp images. Since this is the plus version it has the longer 6.5" screen. Which is the first thing you'll notice is that it's long and narrow. More screen room for you to do more but this also works against it, the extra length seems like an awesome idea like most phones are going but until more videos or content is made for the 21:9 ratio it just unused space BUT you can always change the setting for full screen mode. If you go with this feature you loose a little off the top and bottom of the video content. Videos that have the cinematic bars on the top and bottom work well with this phone. Sony uses the QualcommR Snapdragon 636 processor which is actually pretty decent for the price tag. I was able to run most applications and get decent performance out of it. The battery is the industry standard 3000mah which keeps up with power demand pretty well. Without much programs running in the background you can go the day without charging. Security is handled by the fingerprint scanner on the side of the phone which is smartly placed, no weird spots for you to verify your identity. While we're in this area, the phone's power button are also placed here and the volume buttons, which were a bit difficult to press for some weird reason. The Xperia 10 Plus also has a 3.5mm earphone jack so no need to purchase any adapters The cameras are rated at 12mp for the rear camera and the front camera features an 8mp sensor. They both are very clear and sharp. Sony's user interface for the camera takes a little getting used to. They have some features for you to easily do certain shots like when you want to be artist and do a Bokeh shot and like most phones today Sony also has a Slow-Motion shot at 120fps. Sony's skin on android also takes some getting used to if you're coming from other brand phones but it's not difficult to use just different. Overall, I'd say this is a good entry level phone, where you don't want to spend $1,000. The screen is very nice and vibrant and the camera sensors are not the best but still very good for the price tag of this phone. I'd recommend it for anyone looking for a entry level phone.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Solid phone

    Posted
    sollyp
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    The Sony Xperia 10 Plus is a solid phone. However, with "budget" smartphones getting better and better, this phone while good doesn't truly stand out. As soon as you take this phone out of the box, the design stands out immediately. The 21:9 aspect ratio really feels nice in the hand. The unibody plastic chassis doesn't feel premium, but it doesn't feel cheap either. It looks sleek. The forehead may be a little too big given today's notch/hole punch trend but you get used to it. The headphone jack is a plus! With the high-resolution audio, it really does make for a good music-listening experience. The fingerprint scanner is on the side which works for some and not for others. I didn't have any problems with it and using my thumb to unlock the phone didn't feel unnatural to me. The speakers are on the bottom which is the trend with every smartphone. I personally think front facing speakers are the way to go but these are solid quality speakers. The screen. The 21:9 aspect ratio is what Sony is really trying to sell you on. I gotta say, when watching shows that support 21:9 and seeing it fill up the entire screen, it does look really good. Given the longer display, you can also see more when web surfing and scrolling through posts. However, not every app is customized to the screen so bear that in mind when buying this phone. It also did get annoying to have the black bars at the sides when not watching videos optimzed for 21:9 but that's probably because we're so used to 16:9. The screen is bright enough for everyday use except out in direct sunlight. You can make the settings "super vivid" for those bright colors. The Android Pie software is very close to stock which I like. However, I do notice some hiccups every now and then. Some apps will shut down randomly. Watching videos will suddenly turn to mini display. GPS randomly goes out. I do think that these can be fixed with software updates. Camera is good but you're definitely not buying this phone for the camera. It takes good pics in regular light. Noisy pictures in low light. 21:9 pictures also look a bit funky. The last thing is performance. it isn't running the latest CPU and has 4 GB of RAM. It's ok for regular use. Sometimes it'll hiccup but I think those were more software issues. However, more demanding apps caused some serious lag which was disappointing. The battery life is also not mindblowing. It can last the whole day with music listening, some web browsing, texting, calling, emailing no problem. However, watching videos and streaming will really make it run out quickly. All in all, it is a decent phone at that mid-tier level.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great Phone

    Posted
    TechGeek
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    This is a great midrange phone. Screen is great. Battery life is great. Sony did a great job. I'd give it five stars? But what actually deserves a perfect score in the tech world? Hard to say? If your in store for a midrange phone. I'd say don't hesitate.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Android Pie for the Cash Conscious

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    TheDuke
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    The price of smartphones these days has seemed to outpace innovation. ? My Samsung Galaxy Note 8 cost over $1,000 and nearly two years later (before I had paid it off) I began receiving texts & emails offering me the latest version of the phone. ? The frustration is that Samsung wants me to drop another $1,000 for a phone that is nearly identical to the one I already had. ? There just aren't enough new features to justify continuing to spend so much money on the newest flagship smartphones. ? And so, I have begun to explore more affordable smartphone options. The Sony Xperia 10 Plus is truly an impressive smartphone that is unlocked and actually affordable (costing less than half of Apple, or Samsung's flagship phones). ? While the form factor blends in with nearly all smartphones these days, it boasts a noticeably larger screen that is actually useful (and does not have any annoying camera notch). ? The resolution is 1080p which is more than suitable for its size (and probably saves money when compared to 4K screens that aren't truly useful in a handheld size). ? The screen is actually larger than the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 (by 0.10") allowing convenient multi-tasking most of the time. ? Though the tall screen and the multi-tasking are the most bragged about feature, not all apps can be split and the feature is not always intuitive on the fly. ? But, watching HD video with a 21:9 ratio is surprisingly immersive. The phone is incredibly easy to set up (from either Android or iOS) and is both quick and responsive. ? My favorite feature is the fingerprint sensor which is located perfectly within reach on the right edge of the phone. ? It is in a natural location and it works lighting quick to unlock the phone. ? The power & volume buttons are located on the right side and are almost overly streamlined with the edge of the phone - making them difficult to find by feeling alone. ? Having all of the physical buttons on the right side might also be a slight annoyance to those who are left handed. ? And while it can be difficult to reach across the large screen, but luckily there is a shortcut menu that pops out from the side of the screen giving easy access to settings and commonly used apps. Overall, I am truly impressed with this phone. ? It is an incredible balance of impressive features and low price. ? As it comes with the most recent version of Android (9 pie), it truly does not feel as though you are sacrificing much to get the lower price. ? Sony has done an excellent job producing an affordable phone that is feature rich and that can last for years. ? It is well worth the price. PROS: + Phone is sold unlocked + Fingerprint sensor is easy to reach and works instantly + Has a 3.5 mm headphone jack (but also has Bluetooth option) + The back of the phone is NOT glass (reduces weight and is less that may break) + Ultra Widescreen:? 21:9 aspect ratio + Record HD video in 21:9 + Shortcut menu pops out from either side of the screen making commonly used apps easy to reach + Record audio in stereo + FM Radio + Pedometer built in + 64 gigs of memory built in + Has the ability to have memory added with a MicroSD card + 12 MP rear camera with 8 MP front selfie camera + Light weight for size: 6.35 ounces + NFC options built in + USB C data/charging connection + Great price for an unlocked smartphone CONS: - Tall size can take some time to get used to and can definitely feel oversized when in your pocket - While screen is 1080p it seems to display a warmer image (less color accurate) than higher end phones - Using split screen (or entering this mode) does not work with all apps and is not very intuitive. - You have to double tap to open the shortcut menu (instead of swiping out from the edge which would be more intuitive) - Does not have many case or accessory options available online - Does NOT have wireless charging - Two speakers appear to only play in mono - Bokeh photo effect (portrait with slightly blurred background) is not particularly easy to use

    I would recommend this to a friend