Sony's Xperia XZ2 is a great phone but it doesn't quite stand out.
While it has top-end specs and a great single camera, the phone's chunky design and heavy weight don't exactly scream buy me now.
And if you're really getting the XZ2 now, you're gonna kick yourself when the newer XZ2 Premium gets released in the next few months or so.
But if you must, take note that the XZ2 does have some great selling points.
Such as dynamic vibration, which [UNKNOWN] the phone in sync with the video you're watching on its 5.7 inch display.
For those not a fan of the current range of iPhone X clones, Hey, good news.
It's not [INAUDIBLE].
And it has IP 68 water resistance, which means you can leave it underwater for up to five feet and about 30 minutes.
The SIM card tray is also easily removable and lets you either use two nano-sims or one nano-sim and a micro SD card for more storage.
The XZ2 also shoots slow motion footage at up to 960 frames per second.
I'm Aloysius Low for CNET, be sure to check out the full review below.
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