The flagship smartphone gave every Sony Mobile fan a shiver of excitement has finally landed on our shores and it only took them a couple of months. On paper, it has all the flagship-level specifications one would need to compete with the very best, which is a good thing.
But, is the Sony Xperia XZ Premium really worth RM100 more than what is arguably the best Android smartphone in the market right now? Well, I try to find out.
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Sony Mobile Malaysia has finally launched their latest flagship smartphone, the Xperia XZ, and the compact Xperia X Compact locally. Sony fans have waited with bated breath for a proper 2016 flagship Xperia X device to hit our shores and now it’s finally a reality.
If you’ve been waiting for a 2016 Sony Xperia flagship device to hit our shores, there’s good news because Sony Mobile Malaysia will be launching their Xperia XZ and Xperia X Compact smartphones in Malaysia this Friday.
Sony Mobile Malaysia has confirmed on their Twitter account that the top-end Sony Xperia X Performance will not be making its way to our shores. Gasp!
There’s a brand new rumour up and about on a new Sony smartphone, and its apparently going to have a 6 inch display and a 23MP/16MP shooter combo.
Interactions happen every day on every level. We use our senses to navigate the world around us but are often too preoccupied and stuck on our screens to experience life. Our reliance on these screens at all times of day are disruptive (not in a business sense) – they destroy some relationships and friendships; they sometimes are a matter of life and death and overall is just a nasty habit.
The disruption stops here with Sony Mobile’s Xperia smart products that’ll help you be more hands-free, eyes-free and voice smart when interacting with these devices. Smart assistants if you will.
Stealing an opponent’s thunder is not uncommon but jumping head first into a the storm with two other big names is pushing the boundaries.
Sony has just laid out its calling card and they’ll be vying the attention of tech sites at the same conference as Samsung and LG; sending out invitations for a special press conference a day after its two competitors intend to release their biggest devices of the year.
Sometimes the first time is a test run. The Japanese manufacturer did a first when they put a fingerprint sensor on the Xperia Z5 series and their decision has now come back to haunt them. It’ll go on sale next month in the United States but it’ll be missing the biometric security component that’s available in other markets.
And we think we know why.
Anticipation is running high for the latest iteration of the Xperia line-up; mainly due to the 4K screen on the Xperia Z5 Premium Dual, and the same 23-megapixel sensor found on all three that gave the number 1 smartphone camera spot to Sony (judged by DxOMark). But will this trio be enough to revitalise the ailing Japanese mobile division of this multinational conglomerate?
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