Sony Xperia Z5 and Z5 Compact Review

Sony has been making waves lately with the launch of its Xperia Z series of smartphones.

While most of the hardware has been unchanged from the Z5 series, there are a few changes to the software that are sure to be welcomed by owners of Sony’s flagship phones.

Sony has also made an announcement for its upcoming Xperia Z6 smartphone, and this could mean that a slew of new camera options and lenses are on the way for the Sony Xperia lineup.

Sony Xperia Z7 camera specsThe Sony Xperia line has been an interesting one to follow, with the first two Sony Xperia phones arriving in 2016.

The Z5 had a 16MP camera with a 5MP front-facing camera, while the Z7 featured a 10MP camera.

It was the first smartphone to feature the Sony IMX398 sensor, which is a new technology that uses infrared light to create depth-of-field images.

The camera in the Z6 also featured a wider aperture, but this is only for video purposes.

The Xperia Z8 and Z8+ are likely to be the first smartphones to feature Sony’s new 10MP front camera.

The Sony Z5 camera is Sony’s first camera to use an IMX390 sensor, and it features an f/1.8 aperture.

Sony is expected to release more high-end smartphone cameras with the IMX395 sensor in the future, but for now, the IMx390 sensor will be used on the Sony Z series.

Sony is also reportedly working on a 10.1-inch 1080p IPS display for the Xperia Z lineup.

The company’s previous high-performance smartphone LCD displays used the Samsung S8 display, which has a large display that’s prone to flickering and jaggies, which can make viewing videos on it a chore.

The new Sony LCD panels will likely be a better option for viewing videos.

Sony will also be introducing the Xperia XZ2 smartphone, which will likely replace the Xperia 5 series with the Xperia 10 series.

The XZ3 is rumored to be powered by a Snapdragon 835 processor, which makes sense since Sony is also rumored to produce the Xperia E5 series smartphone, the successor to the Xperia Pro line.

Sony will also likely be releasing a new Xperia X compact smartphone next month.

The Xperia X Compact and X Compact Pro are expected to be Sony’s high-definition compact smartphone models, and Sony will likely release a new smartphone in the X series next month with a Snapdragon 820 processor.

The Sony Xperia X series is rumored not to be based on the Snapdragon 830 processor found in the Xperia 9 series, and instead, the Xperia C series will be based around the Snapdragon 820 chip found in its flagship phones, the Sony X5 series.