Your Guide To The Sony Xperia Z2


If you’re after a high end smartphone without the matching high price tag, then the Sony Xperia Z2 is the phone for you.  It’s packed with all the features you’d expect from a smartphone, plus it’s waterproof!  Here at GadgetWear we’re working to build the best range of Xperia Z2 cases; whilst we do that, here’s your guide to the Sony Xperia Z2.

You’re not going to be short of battery life, thanks to the 3,200mAh battery in the Xperia Z2.  This battery will give you 20 hours of talk time and over 800 hours of standby, so you won’t need to keep the Z2 attached to its charger.

The Z2 not only has a long battery life but is also super fast; running a 2.3GHz quad-core processor and Android 4.4.2 KitKat OS.  The handset will keep up with your busy lifestyle without breaking a sweat and starting to slow.  Plus with the newest Android OS, you’ll have access to a range of features that make your phone part of your day to day life.

The display of the Sony Xperia Z2 is a stunning 5.2” Full HD 1080p screen, with a pixel density of 424 pixels per inch.  This makes images taken on the 20.7MP camera look glorious, as do videos thanks to the 4K Ultra HD, which is 4x the resolution of standard HD.  This ensures that your memories are captured in the highest quality possible and last forever.

Smart on the inside, the Xperia Z2 is tough on the outside.  The smartphone has a IP58 certification (the highest rating) for protection against water; meaning that the phone will survive being in up to 1.5 metres of water for half an hour.  The Z2 is also dust proof with a IP55 certification, so there’s no need to be afraid of using the phone outdoors or on the beach.  Even without these ratings, the Xperia Z2 is constructed from tempered glass, with a one-piece aluminium frame making it extremely durable in all conditions.

An impressive all round smartphone, the Xperia Z2 shapes up against its competitors and is sure to make its mark on the market.


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