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In an age of ever-expanding screens, Sony's Xperia Z5 Compact flies the flag for smaller smartphones. Click through for our hands-on photos.
The Z5 Compact runs Android, boasts a fingerprint scanner and -- crucially -- has a screen that measures a mere 4.6 inches on the diagonal, making it significantly smaller than many other modern mobiles.
That's a 23-megapixel camera. Sony's included its latest mobile camera tech, including what the Japanese firm says is the fastest autofocus on a phone.
The screen has a 720p resolution, which isn't as sharp as some other smartphones, but looked perfectly serviceable in our brief hands-on.
There's a fingerprint scanner embedded in the lock button.
This compartment is where you'll be sliding your microSD card, to beef up the 32GB of onboard storage.
Sony has form when it comes to crafting decent, compact phones, so we're looking forward to testing this one in our full review.