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At least according to ViziLeaks, the Twitter account that recently posted photos of what it claims is Sony’s unreleased Xperia G. Essentially, it looks to be a mid-range device in an upper-class chassis, which isn’t surprising given the announcement of the high-end Z1 Compact last month.
Sony finally got one mostly right when it came to tablets last year, but the Japanese company has struggled more with phones. The Xperia Z is the closest thing it’s had to a success, and ultimately, it left us wanting more. So, we were excited when we first saw the Xperia Z1S, which on paper looked like a champion. A 20.7MP camera without a bulbous backside? Tell us more…
Sony’s Xperia Z was released back in March of this year, and was, according to our gentleman reviewer, the best phone Sony’s ever made. Sony obviously didn’t agree, though, as it’s effectively rubbished its earlier effort by releasing the Xperia Z1 just six months later — a faster, sturdier, even more luxurious smartphone.
When we saw the Xperia Z last year, we were concerned. Not because it was a bad device; quite the opposite. No, we worried because it was going to be impossible to follow it up with something as impressive. Turns out our fears couldn’t have been more unfounded. Meet the Sony Xperia Z Ultra: the best Sony product this side of 2013.
We heard rumours about a mysterious “Xperia i1” a while back, but now it showed up for real. Sony’s new Xperia z1 is the biggest Xperia yet at five inches, but more importantly, it’s got a killer 20.7-megapixel camera on it too.