We tested the Sony Xperia XZ!

We tested the Sony Xperia XZ!

Content: Sony Xperia XZ review, features, phostos, images, sizes and comparison

Focus: Sharing of the basic features, Sony Xperia XZ review phone view, photo quality, processor speed

We tested the Sony Xperia XZ!

We have tried and tested Sony's new high-end phone, the Sony Xperia XZ! Here's our first impression ...

With the emergence of the new Xperia XZ, the debate over whether or not the Sony Xperia X is an admiral has come to an end. The Xperia XZ is a phone with the highest features of Sony's ever expanding X series and offers a new look to most of what we have seen so far.

Sony Xperia XZ Review and Photos
Sony Xperia XZ Review and Photos


As the sharp edges of the Xperia Z series get lost in the XZ, we are getting rounder. This means that the phone will fit better in your hand. Even with a small change, you feel much more comfortable holding the phone and you understand that Sony had to solve this problem a long time ago.

Used on the back, Sony's "ALKALEIDO" gives the phone a quality look and prevents you from missing your hand. The Sony Xperia Z5 is much better than the cama, but it can take fingerprints.

Another change in design is that the top and bottom edges of the Xperia XZ are completely flat. At this point, you can put the phone upright on the table. The power button on the side of the device stores a fingerprint sensor inside.

The position of the lieutenant makes it easier to press when the phone is in your hand, but it's a little laborious to step on the table. Perhaps the biggest change is that the IP68 waterproof is included in the Xperia XZ. This feature in the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Sony Xperia Z5 was lacking in the X series.


Sony Xperia XZ Review and Photos
Sony Xperia XZ Review and Photos

Sony Xperia XZ's Display and camera


It would be a bit of a hassle if Sony used a Full HD display on its top-of-the-line phone, but the screen still looks great. The 5.2-inch screen offers 424 pixels per inch; so it looks pretty sharp, but it's a bit behind the Galaxy S7 Edge or HTC 10.

The back camera of the Xperia XZ is quite similar to the previous version on paper, but with little enhancements it has become more fun to take photos. Using the 23MP Sony sensor on the Xperia X, the camera now features laser focusing.

Along with predictive auto focus technology, focusing is easy, but we will do a detailed review of our comment about this feature. The front of the phone has a sensor of 13MP, which allows you to capture detailed selfies.

Sony Xperia XZ Review and Photos
Sony Xperia XZ Review and Photos

Sony Xperia XZ's Performance and Battery


The components in the Xperia XZ are more than the ones in Xperia X Performance. The power of the XZ comes from the Snapdragon 820, which supports 3GB of RAM. In our experiments, we saw that the phone was fast and fluent at the level we expected from an admiral's ship.

For storage, you have to choose between 32GB and 64GB. When we come to the wire, we see a sign of wireless charging, but Sony has made other improvements in this area. The 2.9000mAh battery charges at different speeds depending on your usage habits.

Sony Xperia XZ Review and Photos
Sony Xperia XZ Review and Photos


If you leave your phone frequently while lying down and you are getting around 7:00 in the morning, XZ will charge up to 90 percent first and charge the rest without waking you up. If you leave the pile charge on this count, the damage that can happen to the shroud is reduced to a minimum.

Since the phone is equipped with a USB-C port, you need to replace some of your accessories. The sad thing is that Xperia XZ comes with Android 6 Marshmallow instead of Android Nougat. Sony, however, says they are working intensively to bring the update to XZ as soon as possible.

Sony Xperia XZ Review and Photos
Sony Xperia XZ Review and Photos

Sony Xperia XZ's First Blossom


The features of the Sony Xperia XZ are quite similar to those of the X Performance and Z5 series, so the phone is kind of lost. The design changes, however, have greatly influenced the look of the Xperia XZ and made it one of the best looking phones of 2016.

Innovations like the USB-C, while demonstrating that Sony is trying to develop a 23MP sensor with new camera technology, are not enough to justify buying a new Sony phone, but it's a nice change.

If you have a Sony phone you bought last year, there is no important reason to switch to the Xperia XZ; but if you're looking for the ultimate phone and the XZ's elaborate design goes well, the XZ will be a terrific choice.

Sony Xperia XZ Review and Photos
Sony Xperia XZ Review and Photos

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