Sony Xperia XZ2 vs iPhone X


Some people out there will be wondering something: is it time switch to Android or stick with Apple and go for the new iPhone? It’s a fair question… Android devices – while not cheap – are less costly than the iPhone X, and are arguably more feature-rich.

But Apple’s always tried to just make its phones usable, rather than filled with the latest specs, and while it does command a high premium, it’s one that many people seem willing to pay – so here’s how the new handset from Sony, the Xperia XZ2, stacks up against the all-new iPhone X for those a little confused over which to pick.


The design of the two phones is pretty similar, as both have a large, low-bezel face with a longer screen inside, and are made from premium materials. The iPhone is glass and metal in a more ‘obvious’ way, with the chromed metal shining out, where Sony’s gone for a shimmering glass shell designed to catch the eye when left on the table.

In terms of dimensions, we’re looking at 153 x 72 x 11.1mm for the Sony Xperia XZ2, where the iPhone X comes in a little thinner at 143.6 x 71 x 7.7mm – although both feel comfortable in the hand.

This article was sourced fromTechRadar

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