cant hear u on my phone..why bro??.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yR4t...e_gdata_player
For me it could be a very tough call between the Sony and the Moto Xphone. The Sony sounds like it will have a large battery but I expect a larger one in the Moto. It sounds like they'll both have the same or similar camera's. They both use the waterproof nano-coating. They both usually have microHDMI ports in their high end phones which I think every high end phone should have. Sony usually uses LCD which uses less power then OLED and is brighter so it will probably come down to comparing the batteries and the displays of the two units. If Sony goes with a glass back that will be a huge negative.
I like HTC but when they get everything else right they never do more than an average size battery - never huge. Best display, best camera, best audio, good build (I prefer Kevlar), average battery - that average battery is a show stopper to me. I'm not a fan of MHL. I think it's a questionable idea that was poorly implemented. If it was implemented well there wouldn't be MHL and MHL for Samsung GS3 and GN2. If you have MicroHDMI you can always charge over USB. It sounds like charging via MHL is inconsistent or it doesn't work on all devices. A consistant standard and that always lets you charge over USB is a win for me.