Sony's Xperia XZ2 Premium breaks cover witha 4K HDR display

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Sony has made an announcement to its Xperia smartphone series with the new Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium.

With that being said, another highlight of Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium is its camera department. The company has officially unveiled the phone and we have the full list of its specifications.

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Other features of the smartphone's camera have been listed below.

"Immersive viewing Xperia XZ2 Premium has the ultimate display with a huge 5.8" 4K HDR (that's 11% larger and 30% brighter than our previous 4K HDR display), so you can immerse yourself in your favorite movies and content in crystal-clear detail and eye-popping color.

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While that certainly leaves Sony with room to change its mind, the bad news is that anyone in the United Kingdom wanting a smartphone with a 4K display will have to manage with the XZ Premium - which will be almost a year old when the XZ2 Premium launches elsewhere. Power comes from the expected Snapdragon 845 and 6GB of RAM. You can expand the memory storage of the device by using an external microSD card. To avoid graininess in the pictures with such high ISO, Sony claims its "AUBE fusion image signal processor" can combine the data of both sensors, optimize for low light, and reduce noise. Its low light capability as well as artistic effects are available with live view-finder for an accurate reflection of your shooting subject. The demo camera was awesome for low light and will be a major selling point of the phone.

Starting off with the design, Sony has tried to keep the design similar to the Xperia XZ2 that launched this year at MWC. In fact the cameras are there for low-light photography. The phone will get Android 8.1 Oreo and also will get Android 9.0 P upgrade apart from several qualifying Android P phones. The smartphone also boasts a 4K HDR Triluminos display with an IPS 65/68 certification for water and dust resistivity.

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A couple of months ago Sony launched the Xperia XZ2 and now they have already launched the Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium. The physical scanner is located at the same place like other smartphones at the rear panel. The battery is bigger too, 3,540 mAh versus 3,180 mAh. It also comes with Qi Wireless Charging support to recharge the device wirelessly. The device has curves at the back at all edges for extra grip. It'll be available globally, but pricing - and any carrier support in the U.S. - will be confirmed closer to release. It will be available in two contemporary colour finishes, Chrome Black and Chrome Silver. You will have to wait quite a while for it though, Sony probably doesn't want to cannibalise the sales of the current models, and the Premium will go on sale "globally" in summer 2018.

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