You can now boast about The Sony’s Xperia XZ Premium device. It’s at the top of its company and comes with an amazing design for its Snapdragon 835 processor and 4BG of RAM while owning an Android Oreo 8.0, showing support to Google’s new operating system.
It seems that Sony reintroduced that big and bulky phone-style along with XZ Premium, and doesn’t follow today’s trend. Having a 5.5-inch wide screen and 4K display resolution, it also has an HDR viewing support. The camera is more than enough for an effortless selfie photo session equipped with 19 megapixels, capable of shooting 960fps slow-motion video material. Overall, Xperia XZ Premium can compete with any of the global high tech’s new phones, giving its sturdy structure and popular OS.
Sony Xperia XZ1 Compact
Let’s make it right. Not everybody likes gigantic displays on their mobile phones so, Sony thought about creating a smaller version but containing the same smart features of a wider screen smartphone. The Compact version comes with the same design as the XZ Premium’s but a 4.6-inch LCD display and 720 pixels.
And keep in mind that XZ1 Compact is the only small size phone that comes with the same flagship-quality specifications, making it unique on the market and a great rival for the competition.
Sony Xperia XZ1
Maybe you thought is done with the sizes but, it seems that Sony has a mid-sized version also, dedicated to the particular clients. As its name suggests, Xperia XZ1 is the brother of the aforementioned XZ1 Compact. While carries all the specification of the Xperia XZ, a high-end Android Oreo 8.0 phone, it uses a Snapdragon 835 processor and 10-megapixels slow-motion camera. As for the screen, it’s something in between.
It has a 5.2 inches 1080 pixels display, compared to the XZ Premium’s 5.5-inch and XZ1 Compact’s 4.6-inch screen. Given the news, Sony offers material where to choose from the market, idle you prefer a wide, a small or in between display.