Editors Liked

  • Thin and light. Fast performance. Waterproof
  • Thin and light design, Stunning display, Fast performance, Long battery life
  • Excellent battery runtimes, Thin design, Sophisticated materials, Powerful SoC, Waterproof and dustresistant, MHL 3.0, Expandable storage, LTE Cat. 4, Article information not printed onto the case, Decent color space coverage, Bright and highcontrast disp
  • Fantastic design, small size and weight, IP68 waterproof standard, Exceptionally modern and fast processor, Only slight Android 4.4.4 KitKat modifications
  • Wildly light and thin, Excellent display quality and battery life, Bonus of PlayStation 4 streaming function, Support for MicroSD cards up to 128GB
  • Solid design and build quality, Extremely thin and lightweight, Good display experience, IP68 certification for resistance to dust and water, PlayStation integration is amazing
  • Colourful, bright screen, Very slim and light, Remote Play
  • The most compact and lightweight 8” tablet on the market, Slim, waterproof body, Fingerprintfree back cover, Powerful and futureproof hardware setup, Great battery life
  • The Sony Xperia Z3 Compact packs a larger screen than its predecessor in the same size body, it has tonnes of power, it's completely waterproof allowing for underwater photography and it has a good camera
  • Comfortable onehanded use, Waterresistant, sleek design, Sharp, vibrant screen, Adaptable camera

Editors Didn't Like

  • Overpriced. Relatively weak Wi-Fi performance
  • Expensive compared to similarly sized flagship tablets, Sony's Android skin feels dated, Poor camera
  • But the colors could be more accurate, No USB 3.0, Videos cannot be recorded in Ultra HD, Weak microphone, No Infrared, No support for App2SD
  • Low display resolution, High price, Just average backfacing camera quality, Battery could last longer
  • Expensive, PS4 streaming feature was uneven
  • Lackluster camera, Poor OEM keyboard
  • Battery life not as good as iPad MIni
  • Inaccurate display, Camera is underperforming in most reallife situations
  • The screen size has increased, but not the resolution, resulting in a less sharp image overall than its predecessor and many of its rivals. Although the camera takes good shots, its resolution is throttled in automatic mode and the white balance isn't per
  • Overheats on 4K