Sony has announced that the company’s Xperia XZ2 smartphone is now available in South Africa, allowing local Sony fans to pick up the Japanese firm’s latest flagship device on pre-paid and contract.
The XZ2 enters the market as a true competitor to Samsung’s Galaxy S-series, Apple’s iPhone, and the Huawei P-series devices, bringing a high-end, but validated price-point thanks to some decent specs under the hood.
Alongside the slightly curved body, the device features a Snapdragon 845 processor, with 4GB of RAM and built-in storage of 64GB – so, on all the major performance fronts, it can keep up with what’s out there. The screen is a 5.7-inch LCD with Gorilla Glass 5 which keeps up with the Galaxy S9 both in terms of size (the S9 is slightly bigger at 5.8-inches) as well as quality.
While the XZ2 has some notable processing and storage specs, it’s real trump-card (like with most Xperia devices) is it’s camera. The 19MP sensor is able to capture video at 30FPS in 2160p, and it even has a slow-motion capture function that can take video at 960fps in 1080p.
The Xperia XZ2 is available for R11,999.
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