Earlier this year, we brought you word about the Sony Xperia Z1 Compact, where it is touted to be a no compromise 4.3” Android-powered smartphone. Well, not too long after the smartphone’s release, there were owners of the device who complained concerning an issue that affected their Xperia Z1 Compact smartphones, where the the LED flash which works alongside the 20.7MP camera at the back happens to bleed into images when snapping photos in low light conditions, resulting in poorly taken shots.
We are pleased that Sony Germany has acknowledged this particular issue though, where the issue is touted to affect only a low number of Xperia Z1 Compact units, and this particular issue had also been fixed in newer devices. The thing is, there does not seem to be an official fix available for those who have been affected in the beginning. I guess what Sony Germany wants to say is this – it is perfectly safe for you to go out there and pick up a Xperia Z1 Compact if you are in the market for a $500 thereabouts unlocked smartphone.
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