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The story of Sony Xperia M4 Aqua

by Jacky Lee website marketing

The Xperia M4 Aqua borrows several of the same design cues as its more upmarket Xperia Z cousins. It utilizes the gorgeous metal instead of overpriced lumps of plastic. Meanwhile, it delivers IP 67 / 68 water and dust-resistant rating which is a useful creation on this smartphone. If you would like to learn more, you should continue to read this article. I will uncover the story behind this cell phone.

 

  The M4 Aqua has taken all its design cues from Sony's glorious Xperia Z3. It has a glass front and back, with an identical rounded edging along the sides. From a distance, it's not easy to tell the phones apart. It's fully waterproof, too, allowing it to survive not only a spilled drink but also a full dip in the tub. The physical camera button lets you take photos underwater, making it ideal for trips to the sea or the pool when you're on holidays.

 

  The Sony Xperia M4 Aqua is a seriously stylish-looking handset, and the red coral variation is particularly gorgeous. The 5-inch display has a 1,280x720-pixel resolution, which results in a density of 293 pixels per inch. That's not as high as the full-HD Z3 (424PPI) or the monstrously high-resolution LG G4 (538PPI), but it's perfectly adequate to make your everyday apps look sharp and small text in Web pages is perfectly readable. The colors are reasonably accurate, and there's an option in settings to change the color balance of the screen if you'd prefer it a little warmer. It's not a bright screen, however, as it struggled to counter the overhead lights in my house, resulting in my own face reflecting back at me. It performed even worse outside under bright sunlight. However, colors don't necessarily have a lot of punch, whites are much cleaner and its high peak brightness of 534.28cd/m2 makes it very versatile regardless of whether you're indoors or out in the sunshine. The downside is that blacks aren't particularly deep, as we measured a black level of 0.72cd/m2, which is the highest score we've ever recorded.

 

  On the back of the phone is the M4 Aqua's 13-megapixel camera. Outdoors, we were quite pleased with how it coped with the bright summer sunshine, as images were well exposed with only a few areas of blinding white clouds. However, every shot we took on Superior Auto mode produced very cool-looking colors, almost like there was a blue sheen covering the entire image. In our eyes, this spoils the photo somewhat, as colors lack in vibrancy even in blazing sunshine. The situation didn't improve when we switched to Manual mode and switched on HDR either. Exposure levels were once again very impressive, but the pale color cast was arguably more noticeable than before.

 

  Overall, this smartphone is a capable one. However, it also has some imperfections. If you are critical about the photography, you shouldn’t opt for it. While its sleek design plus its waterproof body, all of those make this phone become a high-end one. If you’d like to make some significant compromise, you can obtain some substantial advantages. When this phone cannot work properly or cracked, here is a potential solution to solve this tough problem. You need to replace a new digitizer replacement. On our website, you can obtain a high-quality Sony Xperia M4 Aqua LCD display digitizer replacement at a lower price. In addition, you can enjoy some extra benefits, such as kind customer service and money back warranty. Our screen goes through rigorous QC testing before delivery. Therefore, don’t worry when you encounter some problems. By the way, our replacement is suitable for damaged or cracked screen and other defective screen problems. If you are an expert, a set of installation tool can cater to your DIY demands. 


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