Several Sony Xperia Z3 owners who reviewed this tablet mentioned that it was compact. Cnet.com rated it 4 stars and said on expert website CNET.com “Although most smartphone manufacturers have made compact versions of their flagship handsets, most have been extremely watered down”. Cnet.com also said “Its Xperia Z1 Compact packed the same slick design, supercharged”. Pcmag.com wrote “The Sony Xperia Z3 Compact ($529.99) is one of a kind” in their Sony Xperia Z3 review.
Sixteen customers who bought it reckoned that it was thin. Expert website Pcmag.com mentioned “The slender, long-lasting Sony Xperia Z3 appears iterative.”. Expert website V3.co.uk mentioned in their review last year “The Sony Xperia Z3+, in May, with an updated, slimmer design and a lighter” but even so they gave it a rating of 2 stars. Expert Reviews said “Slim, light design” in their review of the Sony Xperia Z3 and scored it 4 stars.
Three Sony Xperia Z3 owners wrote in their reviews that the Sony Xperia Z3 was a good body shape. Last year Expert Reviews said “Fully waterproof body” in their review. Fatducktech.com mentioned “Quality build, good handling and waterproof body” in their review of the Sony Xperia Z3. Hardwarezone.com.my said in their review of the Sony Xperia Z3 “Highly attractive, waterresistant body”.
Two Sony Xperia Z3 owners wrote in their reviews that the Sony Xperia Z3 was lightweight. Expert website Pcauthority.com.au said “S ony's Xperia Z1 Compact was one of our favourite phones of early 2014, squeezing big performance into a lightweight, water-resistant chassis” in their review.
One Sony Xperia Z3 reviewer wrote in their reviews that the product was thick. Two years ago Phonearena.com wrote in their Sony Xperia Z3 review “The latter is thicker for a reason, flaunting a water-tight chassis”. One Sony Xperia Z3 owner said in their reviews that it was a squeeze to fit in. Fatducktech.com wrote in their review of this tablet two years ago “Some of the best components around, squeezed into a small body”.