The Verge recently published their review of Sony’s latest flagship phones: the Xperia Z5 and Z5 Compact. The review is broadly positive, but reviewer Vlad Savov does mention one big weakness: the glass back of the phone. It sure looks nice, but it’s also easily scratched or cracked; he ended up with a long crack not by dropping it from a great height, but just “an incautious plopping of the phone on my bedside table.”
The PlayStation 4 is an awesome games console, but it does have one or two missing features. One of them is the ability to use any Bluetooth headset – you can only use a few official and licensed options. Thankfully, there’s an accessory to solve that: the SuperSpot FreeMe.
Sony is well known for mobile innovations – its camera sensors are found in almost every high-end phone on the market, it recently launched the first 4K smartphone in the Xperia Z5 Premium, and it was one of the first big manufacturers to embrace waterproofing on their mid-range and high-end Xperia smartphones. This week, they showed off another cool piece of tech that might find a place in the next generation of Xperia devices: a pico projector.
The Sony Xperia Z5 was announced this week at the IFA trade show in Berlin, the traditional beginning to the autumnal slew of smartphone releases. The new phone comes with a refined design, an integrated fingerprint sensor and upgraded internal hardware. It also comes with a new shape – and we’ve got all the cases you’ll need to keep it looking good.
Sony’s just finished unveiling its latest smartphones at IFA Berlin, and now it’s our turn to show you their official accessories. Today, we’ll be looking at cases for the Xperia Z5 and the Xperia Z5 Compact- the Xperia Z5 Premium will come later. Let’s get started!