Every once in awhile, a phone or gadget or device will come along that will completely rewrite the rulebook. You probably remember a lot of them from the game-changing likes of Apple’s original iPhone to the big revolution of Samsung’s first Galaxy Note.
The Sony Xperia XZs, though, isn’t one of them.
Just only a month after its announcement at MWC 2017, Sony has finally introduced its new Xperia XZs and Xperia XA1 smartphones in Malaysia. These are the latest from Sony’s new Xperia X series which aims to take photography to the next level.
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It has been a while since Sony released a new budget smartphone. After a year of focusing solely on the X series, Sony has just announced the Xperia L1. This looks like an overdue successor of the original Xperia L from 2013.
Sony launched a whole bunch of smartphones at MWC17. However, not all of them will be arriving in Malaysia at the same time. During my interview with Sony, they revealed that only the Xperia XA1 and XZs will be part of the first wave.
Today, thanks to a reliable tipster, we may have the official Malaysian pricing for both these handsets.
After a rather boring 2016, Sony Mobile wants to make a comeback with its new Xperia XZ Premium. Instead of rehashing the same product with minor hardware updates, Sony wants to stand out as an innovator by introducing a couple of firsts for a smartphone.
Sony Mobile will be making its usual showing at MWC 2017. Apparently, they have sent invites for the event that’s happening on 27th February at Barcelona. With Sony having just one proper flagship for 2016, we expect them to continue the same trend again for this year.
You’ve probably heard of Sony‘s brand new smartphones by now — the Sony Xperia XZ and Xperia X Compact. One feels a little bit unnecessary in a world with the Xperia X Performance, while the other is an enticing revitalisation of what Sony has always been good at, but with a small catch. However, with these two smartphones, you do get the distinct impression that Sony wants you to focus one a single aspect — their cameras.
Sony is in a rough spot. Their new smartphones don’t tingle and excite your loins like the early Xperia Z smartphones used to do. They’re getting rather lazy with their smartphones, and if this recent set of leaked images is to be believed, they haven’t realised what they’re doing wrong yet.