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#1. WP developers seens to don't give a damn about The lower end lumias. I dunno how's 8.1 os good with The Best lumias, but my 520 from smooth and çractical, turned to be laggy, crashing and restarting all The time and heating like crazy. But rhe thimg i hate The most os The vídeo player. It crashes every single time, or makes the screen flash, or crash The IE, all of that's really putting me off, since my favorite activity os watching animes on my phone, and now i can hardly watch something on Youtube, os making me search for methods to go back to 8.0

#2. VIDEO STEAMING SOLVED(more or less...). Look, these days i downloaded UC Browser to ser how it was, and after i downloaded a vídeo on it, i noticed The good ol' 8.0 vídeo player, with The 3 buttons and all, so i decided to watch a vídeo online of an anime, and it player The Way it used to with The 8.0, not that pseudo fancy vídeo player from 8.1, even though it crashes sometimes and The screen go Black for a minute or so too, i plays normally, crashes only if you turn off The screen for too long, or before you play it. It's something, at least i can watch something on my fone(520).

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(pronab ). cc. cc. Sony Xperia Z2 (65 reviews) Colour Options: Networks: Pay monthly From £26.50 per month View deals Upgrades From £28 per month View deals Overview Top Features Tech spec Reviews Write a review 57 of 65(88%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend. Search Amazing Battery Life + Camera pizzalover from London,13 September 2014 I love my Sony Xperia Z2 and am so happy that I decided to get it instead of the iPhone or Samsung Galaxy S5. It has a lot of great features and technical specs, however the two I absolutely appreciate the most in comparison to any other smartphone out there are the fantastic camera and amazing battery. In my case, using the phone as my mini computer for emails, listening to music on speakers and on the go, taking photos, surfing the web etc., the battery easily lasts for three days! I should emphasis easily, as it has even lasted up to 5 days when I was on holiday and used it a bit less, however still regularly. I couldn't believe it at all - as normally one would have to charge on a daily basis with the iPhone. Best phone out there, only to be topped by the Xperia Z3 I suppose. Age group: 30 - 39 Overall Ease of use Battery life Features Reliability 4 of 5 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Share this review: really bad in sunlight saleab from Leeds,28 July 2014 loved this phone at first but after using it for 21 days I've noticed some issues..... In sunlight the screen is hard to see and the whole screen is covered with many rows of dots (in a grid pattern) which makes it almost impossible to use...... About 1 in 10 calls I can hear the other person but they can't hear me or any background noise at all. It's like it's set to mute when it isn't....... Over heating is a big problem with the camera. I know it's been warm weather recently (July) but I managed to take 4 photos before the camera app auto shut to prevent overheating. it was only outside for the photos and want left in the sun at all. Not great when one of the main selling points for me was the camera.....The battery however easily lasts the whole day and it is easy to use but if I could return the phone for a different make I would. Age group: 30 - 39 I have used this product for: less than a month Expertise: intermediate I use this product for: Personal Overall Ease of use Battery life Features Reliability 23 of 31 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Share this review: kelley from hemel hempstead,09 July 2014 i bought it because it says waterproof, but it was only for fresh water, meaning not allowed in swimming pools, and the camera quality is really poor. the front camera is only 2 mega pixel which is really poor for a sony product..both cameras actually (behind and front).. it was partially my fault because i assumed that it would be a great product since its expesnsive and product of sony. dissapointed :( Age group: 18 - 29 I have used this product for: 1-3 months Expertise: intermediate I use this product for: Personal Overall Ease of use Battery life Features Reliability 9 of 42 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Share this review: Amazing phone! Aaron from London,06 July 2014 The Sony Xperia Z2 doesn't disappoint, great Sony Android skin not overly modified and kept simple near to stock Android skin. Great camera quality and video recording, be sure to have a high capacity external SD Card Class10 for the HD/4K recording. The IPS screen is amazing and the colours are great, awesome to watch movies on with the noise cancelling earphone that come with the device. Battery life is huge, as it is dependant on usage, for me casual browsing, social media and messaging apps throughout the day gets me by with 75% battery life which is great to carry me on well in to the next day without charging overnight. My Product Recommendations Sony Xperia Z2 (65) Age group: 18 - 29 I have used this product for: less than a month Expertise: expert I use this product for: Personal Overall Ease of use Battery life Features Reliability 17 of 27 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Share this review: Top Notch Android Tucker from Northern Ireland,02 July 2014 Moved from Windows phone to Z2 smart Android & what a difference, day & night springs to mind..... The Z2 technology makes the windows phone seem equivalent to an old Betamax VCR! Highly recommended...... Age group: 40 - 49 I have used this product for: less than a month Expertise: intermediate I use this product for: Personal Overall Ease of use Battery life Features Reliability 10 of 22 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful to Home Deal Finder Sony Xperia Z2 BACK TO TOP CALL US FREE DESKTOP SITE FOLLOW US Prices on this site are the same as those on price may vary in store. All prices and offers are subject to change. In store availability subject to change. Networks may increase monthly price in line with Retail Price Index (RPI). © Dixons Carphone PLC

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10 Ways To Save Battery Life On Your Smartphone It really doesn't matter what kind of smartphone you rely on for work or play — be it an iPhone, Android device, Windows Phone or BlackBerry — the more these pocket-sized computers can do, the more pressure it can put on the battery. If you’re finding your smartphone is petering out before you’re ready to, consider these tips to squeeze more battery life between charges. 1. Dim The Screen Turning down the brightness of your smartphone screen will help preserve battery life. Look in the Options or Settings menu. You’ll get used to the dimmer screen after a short while. On a related note, also set your screen to turn off after a minute or so of inactivity. 2. Turn Off Radios You Don’t Use Unless you need them, turn off as many of your phone’s wireless radios as you can. That includes GPS, Bluetooth, NFC and Wi-Fi. Or, in a pinch, turn off all radios, including cellular connectivity, by selecting the “airplane mode” (tip: your phone will charge up much faster when in airplane mode, too). 3. Turn Off Push Notifications If you can, turn off “push” services or reduce the frequency in which you ask your smartphone to receive new information, such as incoming email messages. The phone needs to “ping” a server to send you the updated data each time. Instead, choose to pull down messages when you need to. Android users can see an organized breakdown of what’s consuming your phone’s battery in the Settings area. 4. Wi-Fi Better Than Cellular If you’d like to access online content, use Wi-Fi instead of cellular connectivity when possible. This will require you to join a wireless network at home or at the office, or when you’re in a public hotspot, such as a café, hotel lobby or airport lounge. Wi-Fi has been proven to be less taxing on your battery than using cellular (3G/4G) service. 5. Remember To Lock It Always lock your smartphone when you aren’t using it. You’ll still be able to receive calls and texts, but you aren’t accidentally turning on the phone when it’s in your pocket or purse (because you hit a button or the screen). After all, there’s nothing more embarrassing than calling someone by accident — especially when it’s 2 a.m. 6. Apps Matter The battery will drain faster if you’re using the phone for tasks that are more demanding on the system’s resources — like watching video or playing multiplayer games — than less taxing tasks, such as typing notes or reading an electronic book. Multitasking, such as listening to music while surfing the web, can also contribute to faster battery drain. On a related note, some apps drain your battery more than others (such as ones with many online advertisements). “Live” widgets and wallpaper will drain the battery, too. 7. Make Sure The App Is Closed Be sure to properly close an app when you’re not using it as it still might be running in the background and thus, using up power (and possibly data). With iPhone, for example, double-tap the Home button and swipe up to close open apps. Similarly, press and hold the home button on an Android device and swipe to the right to close open apps. 8. Room Temp Is Best If you can help it, don’t keep your phone in hot or cold temperatures, like leaving it on your car’s dashboard on a sweltering summer day or frigid winter night. Both scenarios could prematurely drain your battery. Ideally, smartphones work best from, say, 32 degrees to 95 degrees Fahrenheit. 9. Software Updates Be sure you download the latest software updates (sometimes referred to as “firmware”) as smartphone engineers are always trying out new ways to improve power management. This can be performed when the smartphone is attached to a computer via USB cable or over a Wi-Fi connection. 10. Extra Battery Many phones have fitted battery packs to extend battery life — doubling it, in most cases — and they often serve as added protection, if banged around. Or you can carry around portable lithium-ion battery boosts that plug into your smartphone via USB cable, if needed (the higher the mAh number, the more times it can charge up your device). ...and if you ran out of battery, use ELECTROGEN car charger. "ELECTROGEN – Enjoy power on the go!" Website: Like Us on Facebook: Get it from Amazon now: #carcharger #usbcarcharger #iphonecharger #smartphonecharger #poweronthego #electrogen #amazon #iphone #smartphone

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Android vs. iOS vs. Windows Phone: What’s the best smartphone Operating System for you? FANBOY wars have been raging between crazy Google supporters and Apple loyalists since the beginning of the smartphone ages. The blind hatred and adoration held by both sides can often push you away from choosing the phone that you really should. While News Corp’s Jen Dudley valiantly rebutted guest blogger Trevor Long’s article on why he can’t leave his iPhone, we thought we would take the best points from both, get the important categories and try to work out once and for all what is the best option for you. So, if you care most about... Apps and Entertainment — iOS I’m going to have to agree with Trevor on this one, while Android might have nearly all the apps that iOS does, they are never as polished as their counterpart in Apple’s App Store. Curation certainly helps as well, with Apple apps being checked out before they are approved, limiting the amount of useless imitation apps and ones filled with malware. iOS is still the king when it comes to mobile entertainment, too, with the iTunes store having a much bigger library of music and video, while a lot of mobile games launch on iOS before making their way to Android. Battery life — Android Any iPhone user will know that familiar feeling of searching for a power point before the end of the day, something most modern Android phone users don’t have to worry about. The size of Apple’s batteries plays a big part in this, but the current 2014 crop of Android phones like Samsung’s Galaxy S5 and HTC’s One M8 come with ‘ultra power saving’ modes. These modes shut off every part of your phone except for the core features like calls and texts and even turn your screen to black and white. Hours of extra battery life can be had thanks to these settings. Bargain — Windows Phone If you’re after a phone on the cheap, look for one running Windows Phone. Of all the budget devices which come across my desk, the best have been Nokia’s low end options which run just as smoothly as any flagship device. Android devices perform horribly on low end hardware and always leave you wanting more. You can keep dreaming if you are hoping for a low end iPhone, too. Customisation and choice — Android There’s no doubt that Android is the king of customisation. You can essentially change every part about your device to make it look and act exactly how you want it to. Whether it be a simple wallpaper or add widgets over your whole homescreen, Android will let you do it. Android gives consumers more choice, too. If you want a big phone, you can grab something like Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3, or if you want something smaller how about Sony’s Xperia Z1 Compact? The options are all there. Even just specific hardware features like Samsung and Sony’s waterproof designs help separate them from the iPhone. Ease of Use — iOS If you aren’t that technologically literate, Apple’s iOS is still the easiest to use by far. It’s simply a grid of apps, with all your settings in the one place. To use it, you just tap what you want to open and then to go back you press the home button. Even your 80-year old grandmother could work it out. While I just mentioned how great Android’s customisation is, it can also be a bit of an issue when it comes to the ease of use. Settings can be hard to find, the back button can mean different things in different apps and the pop up screen that asks you to pick what app you want to open can be overwhelming. Productivity — Draw If you need a phone for work, BlackBerry, iOS, Android and Windows Phone are all pretty even. The BlackBerry hub makes it great for those with lots of different accounts and communication apps, while Windows Phone has Microsoft Office pre-installed to open and edit all of those documents on the go.

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