Sony Xperia XZs review

Sony Xperia XZs review

 

The Sony Xperia XZs will imminently arrive on UK shores and brings with it a refreshing selection of Sony’s latest innovations. If you have been holding out for a new smartphone this summer, then the Sony Xperia XZs is choice to seriously consider.

 

Motion Eye camera

 

The Sony Xperia XZs has Sony’s 19MP Motion Eye camera, which has been based on the technology that Sony uses in its range of Cyber-Shot cameras. The predictive camera constantly buffers images while you are getting ready to snap a photo, so that if you miss the moment, you can go back and choose from the last four images that the camera buffered.

 

This 19MP camera also brings with it Super Slow Motion Video recording at a rate of 960 frames per second.

 

Motion Eye camera

 

There are a number of features that make this a truly awesome camera phone, such as big 1.22μm pixels that capture light under low light shooting conditions and a fast anti-distortion shutter that ensures that warped results when shooting a fast moving object are a thing of the past.

 

If you choose to buy the Sony Xperia XZs then you will also enjoy 8x digital zoom, 4K video recording, Steady Shot, Quick Launch and Capture in 0.5 seconds and a 13MP selfie camera.

 

Sony Xperia XZs design

The Sony Xperia XZs has Sony’s latest loop surface design and this incorporates the use of ALKALEIDO metal on the back, which adds shine and colour. The phone is water and dust resistant and will be offered with blue, white or black colour schemes.

 

The 5.2” display has HD resolution and when this is under sunlight the phone automatically actives a high-contrast mode, to ensure good visibility. The design also incorporates a fingerprint sensor, 32GB of internal memory and the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor that has 4GB of RAM.

 

Battery Care

 

Stereo speakers make the most of your music and software in the background works to upscale low-resolution music files to high-resolution. This means that you can enjoy them at their original studio quality.

 

The battery has a 2,900mAh capacity that recharges extremely quickly with the Qualcomm Quick Charge 3 charger, which connects to the phone through its USB Type-C port. Qnovo Adaptive Charging and Battery Care work in the background to extend its lifespan significantly.

 

Finally, we find Google’s Android Nougat operating system and this gives you the latest Google apps and access to new apps through the Play Store.

 

All-in-all, the Sony Xperia XZs is for those who like quality and great photographic experience.

 

Next: Sony Xperia L1 to launch June

 

 

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