Sony Xperia Z2 Review

September 29, 2014 | Amy Davies |

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So here I am, it's a little over 12 months since the Xperia Z hit shelves and I'm checking out the third iteration of the Japanese firm's flagship series, the Sony Xperia Z2. While the timing may be a little odd, you've almost got to look past the Xperia Z1 completely, the Xperia Z2 is a flagship smartphone in its own right and it heralds the next generation for Sony.
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Sony seems to be reducing its phone refresh cycle to crazy-low levels. The Sony Xperia Z2 is it's latest offering and it has a lot to prove, especially since its predecessor the Xperia Z1 was only released six months earlier, and it's little brother the Sony Xperia Z1 Compact just a few short months before.
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It's been nearly three years since I reviewed the Xperia Neo, manufactured by what was then Sony Ericsson. The Neo represented just the second generation of Xperia phones running on Android, from a period when Sony was finding its feet in the world of mobile and still chucking out plenty of duds (I'm looking at you, Tablet P). Fast-forward to today and things have changed dramatically under Kaz Hirai's stewardship. I'll tell you this right now: The Z2 is an easy phone to recommend, at least for those living in countries where it'll definitely be available (a list that includes the UK and Canada, but not yet the US).
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The Sony Xperia Z2 is the latest flagship super-phone from Sony, replacing the Xperia Z1 released last year. The new phone keeps the same aluminium-edged design, sexy glass front and back, Full HD display, quad-core processor and impressive 20.7-megapixel camera. Like its predecessor, it's completely waterproof.
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