Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium Review

Sony’s most recent flagship is all about 4K HDR. The Xperia XZ2 Premium does not only has a 4K HDR display, but at the same time it’s one of the best choice when it comes to Video recording at a good resolution and dynamic range. It’s likewise the first Xperia to sport dual rear cameras and, like its predecessors, accompanies two front-facing speakers and shoots super-slow-mo clips. The Premium version additionally offers stronger-than-usual haptic input that is intended to improve music playback and gaming, something its siblings from this year’s XZ2 family also offer. On paper, the XZ2 Premium is a promising gadget, but only for a very specific audience.

Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium Review
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Before we get to that, how about we begin with how revolting this whole stuff looks. In front, the XZ2 Premium has an indistinguishable blocky rectangular shape from more seasoned Xperias, with the exception of its back curved instead of flat. The whole phone is canvassed in glass, which is polished however smears effectively. The XZ2 Premium’s general stylish feels obsolete. Thick, bended walled in areas went out of style two years ago, Sony.


The point is that Xperia phone is the first phone in history to sport dual rear cameras. Sony is about two years older of whatever remains in the industries here, and you’d surmise that the company would have used that additional opportunity to add features its competitors needed. The XZ2 Premium matches a 12-megapixel monochrome sensor with a 19-megapixel shading sensor and gives you a chance to shoot pictures with artificial depth of field. just like most flagship phones.

Performance and battery life

Whatever is left of the XZ2 Premium is essentially the same as the XZ2, which launched a couple of months back. It has a similar Snapdragon 845 processor, allowing for powerful multitasking in both cases. The Premium won’t stutter even with much scroll. Switching between apps and launching things like the camera on this Android 8 Oreo device happens without delay.

The XZ2 Premium’s battery lasts for about a day and a half on light use, normally it conks out each night. It energized back in a matter of moments.

Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium
ProcessorOcta-core Snapdragon 845
RAM / storage6GB / 64GB
MicroSD card supportUp to 400GB
Display5.8-inch LCD, HDR
Display resolution3,840 x 2,160 (16:9)
GlassGorilla Glass 5
Rear cameras19MP Motion Eye, f/1.8 lens; 12MP monochrome, f/1.6 lens
Front-facing camera13MP, f/2.0 lens
OSAndroid 8.0 Oreo
ChargingUSB-C (quick-charging), wireless
Dimensions6.2 x 3.1 x 0.5 inches
Weight8.2 ounces
Fingerprint sensorYes
Headphone jackNo



The Xperia XZ2 Premium is an amazing phone that keeps going throughout the day, however the greater part of its either unnecessary or incredibly niche. It’s additionally costly and extremely elusive. Most people will be better served by another flagship Android phone.