Earlier this week we got a sneak peak at what could be the front panels from the upcoming Sony Xperia Z3 and Sony Xperia Z3 Compact. Other than it’s large bezels, the images didn’t reveal much. And while it seems crazy for some to think that Sony could already be looking to release a Sony […]
Today, Sony has announced a new member to the Xperia family. The Sony Xperia Z1 Compact is exactly what you would expect. It is a smaller version of their flagship Xperia Z1 handset. A 4.3-inch display is great for people that do not want monstrous 5-inch phones. And users will not be sacrificing size for specs. Just like the Z1, it has a 20.7MP camera.
Since upgrading to 14.10 I found that everything runs very slowly. The problem seems to be waiting for i/o. When I look at the memory usage it is full of akonadi_notes_agent. If I watch the memory use as the system starts up I see that the notes agent starts of small. Then it grows and grows over a minute or two until the memory is 100% full.
One of Sony’s biggest announcements at CES 2014 was the addition of the Sony Xperia Z1 Compact to the Xperia family. The Xperia Z1 Compact is exactly what you would want out of a device with that name – it’s an Xperia Z1 with a smaller body. Some people just don’t want a 5-inch display, and 4.3 inches is perfect!
I'm using Sony Xperia L (Non-Rooted, Stock OS) which shows me I have 1.52 GBs of Device Memory. "Apps and Media" are taking up 0.98 GB and ~240MB is remaining free. I don't understand where all that extra memory has gone to.
So what exactly is this Device Memory? I read that it's "the memory where Android installs Apps".