Sony Xperia XZ2 The Sony Xperia XZ2 has just been released to major markets worldwide. Compared to its previous version, it has undergone a major overhaul in design with a more curved handset so it can sit in your palm easily. With the camera, flash, and sensors, they are not located in the back. It is more of a premium feel with the metallic frame providing a more classy and strong framework. The size is no linger bulky like other Sony smartphones, making itmore cleaner and modern, but still bigger than the Galaxy S9 and iPhone X.
Sony’s new Xperia XZ2 can record with 4K HDR (High Dynamic Range) footage, letting users to create more better quality videos.It is the first smartphone with this capability, which is great for aspiring video bloggers, capturing high-quality shots that translates well on a 4K HD TV. For those who are very much into social media, Xperia XZ2’svideo camera is worth it all, especially with the playback quality on an HDR-enabled TV. This isn't Sony’sfirst HDR creation in a smartphone, but it’s by far more advanced with a more defined and brighter shot than other smartphones.
A new feature on the Xperia XZ2 is the Dynamic Vibration System, which gives a stronger haptic feedback when watching videos, playing games, or listening to music.It is similar to the PS4’s dual-shock function. Watching a movie through Amazon Prime or Netflix is enhanced through the Dynamic Vibration System when there are only off-screen sound effects. No vibrations are felt, even with a violent scene on the screen, because it blocks out the irritation like a confusing phone vibration for a call of text. The vibration levels can be altered from low to high strums during playback. The Dynamic Vibration System is a fun addition that is really used at its best for gaming.
The Xperia XZ2’s 5.7-inch Full HD display includes the notable 18:9 aspect ratio, giving users a wider display when in landscape mode used for movie playback and to vertically scroll apps.Sony’s screen technology may not have the same liking to Apple, but they are definitely worse than them. The 3,180mAh battery lasts a whole day on one charge with a moderate amount of usage; the SIM tray is on the top of the phone and the USB-C port is on the bottom. Like the others, there is no port for the headphone jack, instead allowing an adaptor to plug in wired headphones via the USB-C port. The Xperia XZ2 is also dust-proof and water-resistant.
The Xperia XZ2 is a solid smartphone that does everything well with its new look improved technical output, making it the best Sony phone they’ve made to date. It may not have the attraction of an iPhone X, but you won’t be disappointed by the phone’s performance. It will do its job and is easy to handle without getting fancy in the modern world.