- Brilliant performance
- Good battery life
- Capable camera
- Sharp, vibrant display
- Water resistant
- Apps sometimes force close
- Camera app can be slow, buggy
- Features don’t stand out
- Design is flawed
1.HUNKY BUT ERGONOMIC DESIGN
The where the edges surrounding a smartphone’s screen are minimized — kicked off more than a year ago, but Sony apparently just noticed. It has finally trimmed down those edges on the Xperia XZ2, but they’re still not as slim as most of the competition. Even the OnePlus 6, which is $270 cheaper, than the XZ2.
too chunky for our tastes.
2.FANTASTIC PERFORMANCE, BUGGY SOFTWARE
We’ve used quite a few phones with the Snapdragon 845 the and even though the Xperia XZ2 uses the same processor with 4GB of RAM, it somehow reacts much quicker.
3.SONY’S ODD VIBRATION SYSTEM
One of the highlights according to Sony of using the Xperia XZ2 is the Dynamic Vibration System. Sony has essentially increased the size of the vibration motor the haptics do feel pretty great but vibrations now are synced with audio from videos and music.
The Xperia XZ2 may only have a 3,180mAh battery, but it can last you a full day.The Xperia XZ2 may only have a 3,180mAh battery, but it can last you a full day, even with heavy use. With a lot of video streaming, some music playback, plenty of picture taking, gaming, and web browsing, we ended one work day with 25 percent by 7 p.m.
5.PRICE, AVAILABILITY, WARRANTY INFORMATION
The Xperia XZ2 costs $800, and it’s available from does not work on CDMA networks, meaning you won’t be able to use it on Verizon and Sprint, but it does work on T-Mobile and AT&T.Sony offers a limited one-year warranty from the date of purchase, and it only covers manufacturing defects.