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Sony makes really, really good cameras. The company's professional series cameras are currently coveted by even grumpy old pros reluctant to upgrade, and its camera sensors are found not just in Sony products, but in many competitors, too. So it's no surprise that for years the company has made a big show of playing up the cameras in its smartphones. The Sony Xperia XZ Premium is no exception.

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The new Sony Xperia Touch is very cool. You watch this tiny 720p laser projector in action, and even when it bugs out and doesn't immediately respond to your every fat fingered press it's still so neat you're almost inclined to not care. But I have no idea who is going to buy this €1600 device. That's nearly $2300 at current exchange rates... for an Android laser projector.

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Sony's new Xperia X series of smartphones will start to become available in Australia on 29th June at "all the usual suspects", with pricing still to be determined. And because Sony loves its movies, there's also a bonus from Sony Pictures if and when you pick one up.

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Sony announced today that its Xperia Z5 Premium will be an Optus exclusive.

The Xperia Z5 Premium scores the bragging right of being the world's first 4K smartphone. Other stand-out features include a "completely reimagined" 23MP camera that uses Sony's Alpha camera technology (that lets you capture moments at a speed of 0.033 seconds), PS4 Remote Play compatibility and a ridiculous two-day battery life.