Sony's Xperia XZ1 and smaller XZ1 Compact are packed with great tech but its the cameras that are most exciting. Both phones are equipped with the ability to make 3D scans of faces or objects which you can have printed out to keep on your desk.
The 5.2-inch Xperia XZ1 and 4.6-inch XZ1 Compact both have waterproof bodies, 19-megapixel cameras and the latest Android Oreo software.
While Sony hasn't yet announced pricing, both phones will go on sale globally from September.
Another neat trick is the fast 10 frames-per-second burst mode. The autofocus is able to track a moving object on-screen, ensuring it keeps in focus as it gets closer to -- or further away from -- the camera.
The new face detection aims to automatically snap a shot of your friends' smile before you miss it and they start frowning again. You can then choose between the shot you took yourself, or the shot that the phone thinks looks better.