Sony announce the Xperia Z2 with 5.20-inch Triluminos display and Snapdragon 801 chipset


We all expected Sony to unveil their latest flagship device and we even knew the name. The Xperia Z2 is official. The new flagship device from Sony takes it’s cue’s from the Xperia Z1 which Sony launched just 6 months ago and improves upon them. The device will be running Android 4.4 kit and launches this March.

The specs for the Xperia Z2 include a bump in screen size to 5.2-inch without the actual device getting any bigger. The 5.2-inch Triluminos IPS display includes a new technology Sony are dubbing Live Color LED’s and was put together by Son’y own Bravia team, as we all know, they can make a good display or two. It promises to provide the best color gamut on the market and give an overall brighter and more consistent display. On the inside we have the latest from Qualcomm which is the 2.3Ghz quad-core Snapdragon 801 chipset with 3GB of RAM and 16GB of Storage, Sony again have include a MicroSD slot which we think is a must. Xperia Z2 also supports LTE Cat 4, WiFi AC, and of course Bluetooth 4.0.


It doesn’t just stop there. Just like the Z1 the Z1 features the same IP58 certification meaning water and dust proof are also ticked. Sony have kept the same 20.7MP Exmor RS camera that we absolutely loved in the Xperia Z1, but have added 4K support. The front facing camera, however has been upgraded to a 2.2MP. The Xperia Z2 will launch this March with pricing to still be announced. The Xperia Z2 will also come with Sony’s more premium MDR-NC31EM earphones and the device will include Digital noise-canceling technology which Sony claim is a world’s first.

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