Japanese multinational consumer and professional electronics company, Sony, has released the Xperia XZ2 smartphone “to touch your senses”, and it delivers this in volumes with 4K HDR, dynamic vibration, 3D avatar creation and a big screen and sound.
Sony’s new smartphone is a comfortable, yet robust, 5.2” Android-powered device which includes two SIM card trays and cameras designed to meet the most demanding of selfie needs.
Samsung models occupy all the top 10 Android smartphones in use, but strong take-up of Google’s Pixel and XL, and Sony’s Xperia XZ threaten to challenge its dominance in 2017, according to Apteligent, a predictive app intelligence company.
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