Sony Xperia XZ2 Review: Making a Buzz

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Sony’s Xperia XZ2 is a feature-lover’s dream, but do pitfalls like the sub-par camera and questionable design make this device worth the $799 price tag?

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25 thoughts on “Sony Xperia XZ2 Review: Making a Buzz

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  2. A lot of Samsung shilling in this video without being obvious. This phone produced better low light shots than the equivalent S9. Also unlike the S9, this phone is still fast while the S9 is showing signs of slowing down because of Touchwiz. I don't care if its called Samsung One UI, deep down its still Touchwiz with a different name and still the same bloat.

  3. I have a Sony Xperia X Performance, and let me tell you… I will not be upgrading if this is what Sony is putting forward. While this is just personal preference, the phone is downright ugly. The entire back of the phone is absolutely disgusting visually. No headphone jack is also a deal breaker, big league. I suppose if I had to I'd get the XZ1 but I doubt that's really a worthwhile upgrade for now.

  4. Am I one of the few who find the fingerprint sensor location pretty okay? I mean who on holds the phone with their finger stretched out while messaging?

  5. Am I the only one who's never had a problem with Sony's square design and actually found it really good-looking? The Razer Phone is as "edgy" as Sony's phones and that phone never got any criticisms (and understandably since a well done square design looks really good).

  6. Despite this review citing the camera to be a disappointment, it isn't bad. I'd say is at or near Galaxy S9 territory and that's still something considering Samsung gave their phone a very wide aperture and a physical shutter lens to allow for adjustable aperture between F/1.5 to F/2.4.

    Despite that however, I still wouldn't own it. That camera and FPS location on the back is an ergonomic nightmare and the camera software is as okay as it's been for a few years now.

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