Sony’s Surprise, The Xperia XZ Premium In 15+Official Images For Your Pleasure

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Feb 27, 2017
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It’s a good day for mobile folks. MWC came with a big surprise for all of us. Sony stole the show with its Xperia XZ Premium. The device is officially the first 2017 flagship smartphone to feature the 10nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 835. It’s beaten Samsung to the mark and comes with a host of specifications to make any rival smartphone maker jealous. The device also carries the Xperia lineup’s trademark design and if you’re eager to find out more, we’ve got just the post for you. Below you’ll find all the Xperia XZ Premium images that we could get our hands on. Enjoy!

These Xperia XZ Premium Images Will Make Sure That You Get a Detailed Look At The Device From Every Angle

Sony’s back with a vengeance folks. The Japanese manufacturer made a rather shameful exit from the flagship smartphone market a while back. It’s Xperia lineup was removed by carriers, which meant a complete death for the brand in consumer history. Not to be deterred, the company took a couple of steps back, regained its composure and launched the Xperia XZ Premium.

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And what a device it has launched. The Xperia XZ Premium is a complete package. It boasts the Snapdragon 835, 4GB of RAM, a 19MP rear camera and a 13MP front camera. But the device’s most impressive feature is its display. It packs a 4K display, the first of its kind to make it on a flagship smartphone intended for US based consumers. Now, we take a detailed look at its design below.

The device follows the Xperia lineup’s customary design approach. It takes a disciXperia XZ Premium plined approach towards overall form, with its sharp corners and flat look. A god feature on the device are its remarkably thin side bezels. As 201 unfolds, this is a feature which will become the norm on flagship smartphones. The rear of the device features a neat assortment of sensors. Rather than stick to the customary approach of the camera sensor at the center, Sony moves it to the top left of the device’s back.

This lends a minimalist approach to the device, something we will agree with. The only poor thing about its design is the top front. Sony’s made the bezels a bit too thick for our liking. These contrast with the side bezels for the phone, which are kept at a bare minimum. Overall, it lends an out of balance look to the front of the device. Taken a look at the images above? got thoughts? Let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned. We’ll keep you updated on the latest.

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