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Firstpost

The most disappointing flagship of 2017

Sony Xperia XZ1

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With the Sony Xperia XZ1, Sony has done the impossible: They’ve gone backwards in time. What you get is a phone with massive bezels, a great screen, a disappointing camera, sub-par battery life, great build quality, boring design and a premium price tag.

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With the Sony Xperia XZ1, Sony has done the impossible: They’ve gone backwards in time. What you get is a phone with massive bezels, a great screen, a disappointing camera, sub-par battery life, great build quality, boring design and a premium price tag.

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TrustedReviews

A budget option

Sony Xperia L2

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If Sony prices the Xperia L2 right, it could be a decent first phone or a good choice if you just need something basic. The decent amount of RAM and storage is nice, but the camera might not be the best.

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If Sony prices the Xperia L2 right, it could be a decent first phone or a good choice if you just need something basic. The decent amount of RAM and storage is nice, but the camera might not be the best.

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TrustedReviews

Mid-range specs, mid-range looks

Sony Xperia XA2

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The XA2 is a nice spec-bump over the XA1 and there are a few welcome additions in the form of a higher-res screen and Snapdragon CPU. But Sony’s design is still behind the pack and with lots of budget options moving to a slicker build.

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The XA2 is a nice spec-bump over the XA1 and there are a few welcome additions in the form of a higher-res screen and Snapdragon CPU. But Sony’s design is still behind the pack and with lots of budget options moving to a slicker build.

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TrustedReviews

A seriously huge phone built for selfies

Sony Xperia XA2 Ultra

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The Sony XA2 Ultra will be a niche device, but it’s one of the only options on the market if you want a big-screen Android phone without breaking the bank.

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The Sony XA2 Ultra will be a niche device, but it’s one of the only options on the market if you want a big-screen Android phone without breaking the bank.

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TechRadar

A feature-packed affordable phone

Sony Xperia XA2

from TechRadar

The improved screen resolution, larger battery, latest software and addition of a fingerprint scanner means the XA2 is well equipped. If it inherits the price tag of its predecessor, it will be a handset to keep an eye on.

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The improved screen resolution, larger battery, latest software and addition of a fingerprint scanner means the XA2 is well equipped. If it inherits the price tag of its predecessor, it will be a handset to keep an eye on.

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TechRadar

A big screen at a not so big price

Sony Xperia XA2 Ultra

from TechRadar

Its high resolution display, coupled with a bigger battery and a decent slug of power means the Xperia XA2 Ultra is set up to be a great gaming and Netflix machine that doesn't break the bank.

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Its high resolution display, coupled with a bigger battery and a decent slug of power means the Xperia XA2 Ultra is set up to be a great gaming and Netflix machine that doesn't break the bank.

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TechRadar

A low-cost handset with some solid specs

Sony Xperia L2

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A potentially decent budget buy with a sizable screen and fingerprint scanner, if the price is right. The design may not dazzle, but the Xperia L2 has enough about it to keep things interesting.

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A potentially decent budget buy with a sizable screen and fingerprint scanner, if the price is right. The design may not dazzle, but the Xperia L2 has enough about it to keep things interesting.

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Tom's Guide

This Sony phone is stuck in the past

Sony Xperia XZ1

from Tom's Guide

The Xperia XZ1 packs plenty of power and the latest version of Android, but this phone's bulky design, small battery and lack of a fingerprint sensor make it feel decidedly dated.

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The Xperia XZ1 packs plenty of power and the latest version of Android, but this phone's bulky design, small battery and lack of a fingerprint sensor make it feel decidedly dated.

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TechRadar

Not quite a budget bargain, and certainly no mid-range marvel

Sony Xperia E5

from TechRadar

Awkwardly straddling the budget and mid-range categories, the Sony Xperia E5 doesn't quite do enough to earn a recommendation in either. There's nothing particularly wrong with it, but you can get better smartphones for around the same price.

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Awkwardly straddling the budget and mid-range categories, the Sony Xperia E5 doesn't quite do enough to earn a recommendation in either. There's nothing particularly wrong with it, but you can get better smartphones for around the same price.

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V3

Good phone, shame it's so ugly

Sony Xperia XZ1 Compact

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The Sony Xperia XZ Compact is a fine smartphone beating beneath a somewhat humdrum exterior.

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The Sony Xperia XZ Compact is a fine smartphone beating beneath a somewhat humdrum exterior.

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D-Man

I HATE this phone!

Sony Xperia T3

Always getting error messages when going online. Storage space is far too small to handling more than 2 apps. Huge waste of money!
Daynaevelyn123

It's ok because

Sony Xperia Z5 Premium

The screen is dull and the lighting when taking a photo really dull and sometimes the buttons get stuck when pressing!
dave walkden

Worst phone i ever owned

Sony Xperia Z5

phone often freezes apps pop up by themselves you have to remove battery to reboot when freezes. now phone will not charge this phone is only 6 months old. poor picture quality when you use the camera
preeti

Best phone by features and look

Sony Xperia M4 Aqua

The Sony Xperia M4 Aqua is a mid-range entry flaunting IP68 water and dust proofing on top of premium design inspired by the Xperia Z3+. Find out in our review if the Xperia M4 Aqua has the value for your money. The Xperia M4 Aqua is the only Sony Xperia to be configured to look like an Xperia Z3 or Z3...More
The Sony Xperia M4 Aqua is a mid-range entry flaunting IP68 water and dust proofing on top of premium design inspired by the Xperia Z3+. Find out in our review if the Xperia M4 Aqua has the value for your money. The Xperia M4 Aqua is the only Sony Xperia to be configured to look like an Xperia Z3 or Z3+. For an untrained eyes, it is hard to distinguish an Aqua to a Z3 or Z3+ without a closer inspection. Despite the 720p resolution, the Xperia M4 display remained bright, clear and sharp. These traits helped in producing good sunlight legibility at outdoor performance. At the back of the M4 Aqua is a 13MP shooter paired with LED flash. The camera is not the best among the 13MP shooters we tested. The post-processing algorithms of the camera produce reddish and very soft images. Image details and color accuracy are still acceptable with good amount of light found in the images. Powered with a Snapdragon 615 64-bit octacore chip, the M4 Aqua handles light to heavy tasks without lags. The transitions works smoothly while browsing from app to app. In terms of overall actual speed, there is nothing to complain at the Xperia M4 Aqua. What we like Premium design and build Intuitive, clean user experience Water and dust proof What we don’t like Shallow physical controls at side Still images are reddish and too soft The glass gets easily dirt and smudge Less

Very Poor Camera

Sony Xperia M4 Aqua

Worst camera i have seen, i have old Samsung S2 that has much better camera then this stupid 13mplx camera, i am very disappointment from Sony, from today i will never buy any product from Sony.

I hate it.

Sony Xperia Z3

Overheating makes the phone frozen constantly. Not existent warranty. I had Sony in great esteem until now. Total waste of money and effort to fix this phone.

Serious memory issues...

Sony Xperia E

Basically, because the onboard memory is partitioned as phone and internal memory, and very little will use the internal memory, no app from Sony, Google, no Facebook, Twitter and so forth, you rapidly run out of space on the phone memory, while having a gig + sitting doing nothing on the internal... O...More
Basically, because the onboard memory is partitioned as phone and internal memory, and very little will use the internal memory, no app from Sony, Google, no Facebook, Twitter and so forth, you rapidly run out of space on the phone memory, while having a gig + sitting doing nothing on the internal... Ok, the music player is well specced, but my cheapo, entry level LG III, at half the price, which I bought the Sony to replace, runs rings round it in every other department... I gave the Sony to my partner, who uses it as a phone, which it's quite good at, and as a BBC Radio iPlayer handset, and while iPlayer seems to be one of the few apps that transfer to internal memory, it seems to store downloads on the phone memory, or both! So problems there too... Taught me to be more questioning about the internal set up of a phone, but will avoid Sony in future... Less
Abhijit Das

Outstanding set

Sony Xperia C3

good camera back and front and best display..5.5 SONY is best product

Good phone with junk screen.

Sony Xperia Z3 Compact

I finally decided to upgrade from my previous Xperia Arc due only to speed/storage issues. Being so happy with the previous Xperia, which I had for 3-1/2 years & took a beating, I decided to stick with this product line & got the Z3 Compact. In my first month, it fell out of my chest pocket while ben...More
I finally decided to upgrade from my previous Xperia Arc due only to speed/storage issues. Being so happy with the previous Xperia, which I had for 3-1/2 years & took a beating, I decided to stick with this product line & got the Z3 Compact. In my first month, it fell out of my chest pocket while bending over at about 1'. The screen totally fractured & the phone is now useless. In searching Google, there are substantial reports of similar failures. This phone is far too fragile to last out your contract. This is nowhere near as robust as my previous. Less
I hate it kinds is slow maybe because of just 1 GB ram but over all happy with it . use a task killer and I only keep 2 process in the background that makes it little bit more faster... Over all happy with this $250 phone so I can use straight talk and get out of contract crap...

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