Sony has recently not being having a good time in the mobile phone industry. For some reason, no matter what they do, they just can't seem to get enough traction to sell their products. A similar situation to LG. You might ask why? Well maybe it is because of their advertising efforts not being as good as either Samsung or LG. Or maybe it is because of Sony's own mobile design.
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But the Xperia XZ2 aims to solve all of those problems. It is quite a gorgeous phone. Out with that old, stale Sony Xperia design of years. Pick up this phone, any you would not be disappointed. Sony calls the new design," Ambient Flow ".
Sony also Introduces something called the "Dynamic Vibration System". This system allows detailed vibration feedback in music, games and movies, with the phone vibrating in varying degrees of strength. It is something similar to Apples 3D touch and Haptic feedback, just better.
Cameras has always been Sony strength, so we are not surprised to know that the phone is great here. There is a 19MP single-sensor camera on the rear that can shoot in 4K HDR. Sony also beats the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus by allowing 960fps recording at not just 720p, but a Full HD 1080p. Also, Sony has also but some extra effort into improving the XZ2's low-light performance, with a memory packed Exmor RS image sensor and wide ISO range to play with. There's also faster image processing on the Xperia XZ2 thanks to an upgraded BIONZ image processor.
Finally, Sony has its 3D scanning feature. This allows you to scan faces, heads, food and freeform objects, before then having a 3D model spat out for use, sharing or even printing.
Specifications are also on point. With a Snapdragon 845 processor partnered with 4GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage, and a vibrant 5.7-inch, 18:9, HDR Full HD+ display, a Fingerprint sensor and a 3140 mah battery, the XZ2 has got you covered. The phone which starts at 699 pounds is also priced favourably with other flagships.
Hopefully this phone would break new grounds for Sony. It deserves to. The Company deserves to. They have been persistent, kept at it, constantly improving, any they have finally delivered something worthwhile.