Finally, Sony has made a truly convincing flagship smartphone. Xperia XZ Premium is the most attractive smartphone Sony has made among its other handsets. Its high-end camera, which is capable of recording extreme slo-mo videos definitely adds more appeal to the phone.

Xperia XZ Premium is one of the first phones to run on the Snapdragon 835 chipset, which supports Gigabit LTE speeds where accessible. In addition, it has a lavish 5.5-inch 4K HDR display, having the same technology used in Sony’s Bravia TVs.

The XZ Premium unquestionably looks and feels just as costly as it is, having a price tag of around $800. It brandishes the same to some degree square-shaped outline that the Xperia line is known for, however, the delicately bending sides, Gorilla Glass-secured front and back and sleek finish make it alluring and convenient to hold.

Despite its sleek design and incredible glass surface, the XZ Premium’s highlighting feature is its camera. It has a 19-megapixel sensor that uses Sony’s new 3-layer technology to snap more quick-fire pictures.

Credits: Engadget

Its ability to record slo-mo videos at 960 fps, which is 4x more than iPhone 7 Plus, is what makes it a stand-out.

 

Like other top-of-the-line smartphones this year, the XZ Premium also runs Android Nougat.

Sony’s latest Xperia XZ Premium, with its sleek design, extraordinary 4K HDR display and smart features, has entered in the league, having a costly price tag of $800, with other high-end flagships of Apple and Samsung.

 

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