Sony Xperia XZ: the new flagship cameraphone



Introduced at IFA 2016 in Berlin, Sony’s Xperia XZ triples down on camera technology with a new laser autofocus, RGBC-IR white balance sensor, and its traditionally strong 23-megapixel imaging sensor. The Japanese company’s new flagship even has a dedicated shutter button. Plus there’s a Sony Xperia X Compact that brings the same camera system to a smaller size and price.

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34 Comments on Sony Xperia XZ: the new flagship cameraphone

  1. 3 GB is small for Snapdragon 820.
    This is like what LG did with their V10; it is a great phone have having Snapdragon 808 on 4GB RAM could mostly keep up the Flagship performance but sometimes struggled to keep up.

  2. 3 GB is small for Snapdragon 820.
    This is like what LG did with their V10; it is a great phone have having Snapdragon 808 on 4GB RAM could mostly keep up the Flagship performance but sometimes struggled to keep up.

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