It is always tough to maintain the success when a flagship has been hugely welcomed with good feedbacks and a new customer base; it is a fact that Xperia Z1 broke new rules in technology to achieve water-proof feature a year back while the others have just scraped through saying water-resistant or water proof up to a certain limit alone.
The Xperia Z2, the next phone to take the baton from the X1 improvises in every aspect you hoped it to.
|Display||5.2in 1920×1080 IPS Triluminos display, 424ppi|
|Processor||Quad-core 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor|
|Storage||16GB built-in, microSD up to 64GB|
|Camera||20.7MP rear-facing camera with autofocus, LED flash and 4K video recording, 2.2MP front-facing camera|
While the above specifications look normal on paper, the actual is nothing close but a monster. 5 Inch full HD was obvious but using a new technology called Live Color LEDs, a technology unique that will give its mobile devices the widest color range on the market — bettering even Apple’s excellent displays.
It has upgraded everything in itself in every manner and goes all out when compared to the other flagships launched at the MWC this year. The 20.7MP camera comes with auto focus and the ability to do a 4K video recording is an experience that cannot be articulated.
It houses a 3200mAH battery a size which the Samsung’s Note series are packed with generally. I can go ahead and understand that they do not want their customers to look for a charger every now and then post heavy usage and this battery is a great start to ensuring unlimited standby.
The 3GB RAM does ensure that it does not show glitches due to the fact that when the phone has this power house of specs , usage would be very high and any lesser RAM would have shattered the hopes of achieving the same sales of Z1 let alone crossing it.
Obviously it would come with the latest android as losing out to other flagships on this feature would be a nightmare for Sony. It is touted to arrive in March and it promises to be priced on a high level given the specifications and it is worth the money.
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