Sony Xperia XZ2 vs Samsung Galaxy S9


It’s the battle of the flagships – the two top phones from MWC 2018 are doing battle, and it’s something of a humdinger.

Where Samsung raced ahead last year in terms of design and spec, Sony has played catchup this year – and largely achieved it. Sony is offering a more powerful, innovative and refined handset, but Samsung has still offered a raft of improvements to the Galaxy S9 that people will still find exciting.

But if you’re on the fence, this is where you should start in making a critical choice in your life.


Sony has updated the design of the Xperia XZ2, bringing a fresh new take on what you can expect from a handset coming out of the Japanese brand. Where once you were given a bezel-heavy, blocky device, now you’ve got a glass-clad shimmering device in your hand.

The front and back of the phone are covered in 3D-rolled Gorilla Glass 5, which encases the new, longer display. This means while there are still bezels, they’re minimized from before. While the back does curve a little, it fits nicely into the hand, and it’s mostly reachable with a single digit.

This article was sourced fromTechRadar

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