Sony Xperia XZ – Unlocked Smartphone – 32GB – Mineral Black (US Warranty)

Sony Xperia XZ – Unlocked Smartphone – 32GB – Mineral Black (US Warranty)

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  • 5.2″ Full HD display with premium, durable Corning Gorilla Glass 4 and polished metal in a rounded form for a comfortable fit in your hand. (Fingerprint Sensor Not Supported)
  • 23MP camera with triple image sensors (Predictive Hybrid Autofocus, Laser Autofocus, and RGBC IR) captures your moments in motion and in true-to-life color in any condition.
  • 4K video recording with dual microphone and noise cancellation for immersive video and audio.
  • 32GB onboard memory and up to 256GB expandable with MicroSD card.
  • Nano SIM, unlocked and compatible with GSM/LTE carriers utilizing GSM network such as AT&T, T-Mobile, Straight Talk, MetroPCS, Simple Mobile, Bright spot, Net10, h20 Wireless, Cricket Wireless

Combining Sony’s excellence in audio and visual technology with our relentless drive to deliver world-class craftsmanship, intelligence, and performance in a smartphone, the all-new Xperia XZ represents the ultimate in Sony Xperia’s state-of-the-art camera, video, and audio capabilities. It starts with the introduction of “triple image sensors” to the highly advanced 23MP camera, combining our predictive hybrid autofocus, Laser Autofocus, and RGBC Infrared sensors to clearly capture any moment in your life with ease and accuracy. Video capabilities in Xperia XZ include 4K video recording integration and further enhancements to our best-in-class SteadyShot technology to deliver the most stable videos. Xperia XZ also features a stereo microphone system to ensure the immersive 3D stereo sound quality matches the outstanding video quality. All of these features, along with a 5.2-inch Corning Gorilla Glass 4 Full HD display and a rounded and polished metal back case, give you a stylish, durable, and powerful smartphone loaded with the latest in audio-visual innovation from Sony.

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List Price: $ 499.99

Price: $ 549.97

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  1. MrFoobar2U says:
    202 of 216 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A Super Phone – Pure and Simple, November 21, 2016

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    This review is for the Sony Xperia XZ. To start, I’m running T-Mobile here in the northeast. Also, we have other Xperia phones (Z Ultra, Z3 and Z5), and this is replacing a Samsung Galaxy S7, as my patience with Samsung and Apple is exhausted. (My wife has always had Samsungs and even she was getting ticked off) First, I’m 100% convinced that so called “Experts” who review phones are being paid by the phone manufacturers, and I’ll explain. Take screen resolution. They complain that a particular phone is weak based on specs. Never mind that your eye can’t tell the difference between 720p and 1080p with screen sizes less than 46″, any 5″ phone that doesn’t have 1080p is committing the ultimate sin in the view, as long as it’s not Apple. For me, the order of importance in a phone is the following (starting with the most important): A) It should be able to get a good signal from a cell tower. B) The WiFi should work well and be stable C) The camera should take nice quality pictures. D) It should be snappy and respond quickly E) The build quality of the device and display.

    My wife has the S7. Wherever we traveled, she’d hit weak spots and lose connectivity, while those of us with the Sony phones never have issues (she has had issues in the heart of Manhattan, while I’m getting 5 bars with my old Ultra). At home, I have 3 access points, and the channels are spread out. All the Sony phones have no issues switching from one AP to another, while the Samsung would lose it’s mind. The Cameras are equivalent (edge to Sony), the Samsung has a nicer display, but the build and feel of the XZ is just at another level. As the older Xperias Z’s are superior to any of the Samsungs, the new XZ is magnitudes better (there is just no comparison).

    and that’s why I brought up the issue of “professional” reviews. This phone makes the previous Xperias look cheap and they are great phones in and of themselves. How Sony is not dominating the market is beyond me. I don’t know much about the LG and HTC phones, but having owned an iPhone and various Samsung Galaxy phones, they can’t hold a candle compared to this new XZ

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  2. Natalie Leong says:
    13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Catches on FIRE, not covered by US Warranty as charging the phone is considered “Customer abuse”, October 26, 2017

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    Whilst sitting nearby I noticed the smell of fire. The charger and phone were smoking and sparking up. I quickly pulled out the charger and because part of the phone melted, the USB plate slid out.

    US Support was not helpful. After stalling me and ignoring my calls for a month, the tech report comes back that this isn’t covered by Warranty as charging the phone was considered Customer abuse. They claimed that since the phone still technically powers up, there is no manufacturer fault as the reason I can no longer charge it is because the USB plate slid out and therefore not their problem. I used it with a Sony Charger too. I argued with them back and forth on the matter but they really don’t care at all. I would certainly have thought that whether the fault was on the Charger or phone they would have replaced the dang phone. I have Sony branded everything. Tablets, TV, consoles. This has entirely changed my opinion of the brand. I’ll be looking to put my money elsewhere with a brand that backs up and believes in the quality of its own products.

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  3. TnVGaming says:
    20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A Fantastic, Yet Underappreciated Phone by SONY, February 22, 2017

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    I have been an Android user for years now, and I’ve been around the block with the OS, and hardware manufacturers after being exhausted with Apple’s lack of progress with their phones and iOS itself. I’ve used HTC, LG, SAMSUNG, etc. you name the brand, I’ve probably used it at some point or another.

    Of all these manufacturers, Sony Mobile Communication’s line of XPERIA smartphones have been my personal favorite, and the XPERIA XZ is currently my favorite of them all. Yes, the design is drastically different the the previous XPERIA Z5 and XPERIA X series of phones, but it’s so much more appealing to the eye, and comfortable to hold. So let’s get to the strengths of this phone:

    - Excellent build quality; the phone is all metal, except for the screen, and it definitely feels like a premium handset.
    - Unique design; Sony seems to have a fairly unique design that while it’s not flashy, it certainly looks elegant and appealing to the eyes.
    - Expandable memory up to 256GB; which many other hardware manufacturers seem to lack
    - A 3.5MM Headphone Jack, which seems to be vanishing from their competitors.

    Other Pros:
    - The pre-installed software ins’t intrusive, and in some cases useful; the SONY Walkman-Music App is simple, clean and has plenty of features that have pushed me to transfer my music files from Google’s App, to the Walkman-Music App.
    - PlayStation Network (including PlayStation App, Remote Play, and PlayStation Music) If you’re a PlayStation Gamer like me, and you’re invested in PS3, PS Vita and/ or PS4, the PlayStation App allows you to message your friends, download games, check system settings, control your PS4 via Second Screen, or Remotely, etc. the Remote Play App allows XPERIA users to stream their PlayStation 4 Games to their phone with a DualShock 4 Controller, which is great when I have friends over and they want to watch YouTube in my living room where my PS4 is.
    - The rear-facing camera takes some gorgeous pictures, and when set to manual, they look even better!
    - Aside from Sony’s pre-installed apps, Sony doesn’t drastically change or manipulate Android to the point where it’s unrecognizable like other brands do.

    Some Cons:
    - Price; Sony’s phones are priced more than others, which can turn potential buyers away
    - Availability; Why Sony Mobile Communications doesn’t partner with Sprint or T-Mobile and create some worthwhile marketing campaigns for these phones is beyond me
    - Software Updates; because Sony Mobile Communications manufacturers so many different XPERIA smartphones and tablets, Android updates can take longer, but this can be excusable for most, but it’s worth mentioning anyway.

    To Summarize:

    Sony Mobile Communications is, in my opinion, THE place to go to for Android-based smartphones, the cameras are great, there’s features like expandable memory and headphone jacks that seem to be disappearing from their competition, and the design is unique enough to where I have curious passer-byes asking in admiration what kind of phone I have.

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