4K Smartphone? Sony Xperia Z5 Premium Hands-On With Camera Samples!

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World’s First 4K Smartphone is here! The Sony Xperia Z5 Premium brings a metal build with the first UHD or 4K Display to the market. Z5 Review coming soon! Will this better than the iPhone 6s or the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Note 5? The Premium packs a new 23MP Exmor RS Sensor with 4K Video recording, Snapdragon 810 processor, 3GB of RAM and more.

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40 Comments on 4K Smartphone? Sony Xperia Z5 Premium Hands-On With Camera Samples!

  1. Pls help. I want to buy one of this phone . Can this phone support 4g in USA ? I know that z3 support only 2g and 3G which is slow bad connection ???. If it supported 4g in USA I want to buy

  2. Now this is what innovation means. A premium all-metal build but water-resistant at the same time. Unlike the thrashy S6 and S5, Xperia is the most Android-related phone.

  3. Why does everybody keep saying that it's unnecessary, its not useful, blah blah blah. You people need to understand that having a 4k screen isn't about practicality. Its about "having a 4k screen" it's the significance of having it that counts. By Sony using 4k it's setting the standard and promoting innovation Its about the "advancement of technology" not the practicality of it.

  4. Yes, it is a 4K/2160p display.. But at normal use ut is only FHD/1080p.. (homecreen etc)
    Only when you show 4K content etc it will aktivate the full 4K resolution.. 😉 Better batterylife and much more logical since you can't normaly see the difference from 1080p, 1440p or 2160p on such small screens anyway.
    Only when you REALLY try hard to do it.

  5. I've had Samsung phones for a long time now… ever since the Galaxy S2 was released… but I've grown bored of their approach and the bloatware is absolutely diabolical. I'll give the Z5 Premium a try when Vodafone release it in the UK this month. I keep my phones for up to two years and strongly believe in 'future-proofing', so I'll take the 4K Premium display over the standard Z5, because in the UK, contract phones are broadly the same in terms of cost… except for the iPhone which is still a blatant rip-off :P

  6. always liked sony phones their OS and UI but have never owned one. this phone looks really good. i currently own the galaxy s6 edge + loving it but in the future i'm going to buy me a sony.

  7. You can see the 4K difference when u touch the display with moist fingers and the pixels dont get colored and zoomed unlike other phones. Its a must required feature!!!!

  8. You are comparing the homescreen. Z5 premium will only activate 4k display for videos, pictures and games only. Other than that, it uses the standard full HD resolution (1080p).
    If it uses 4k display 24/7, it drains the battery like there's no tomorrow.

  9. Definitely going to invest in one. In fact I'll be trading up from my M9 for one of these bad boys. If samsung had of done this there would have been a lot more fanboy's here bashing one off and that's the final nail in the coffin for me not to ever get another Samsung again.

  10. Honestly, 4K is overkill. If you have a television or monitor to see it on, great, but for most consumers, it's just not so. Yes, you can upload to YouTube but even then, it's compressed. When viewing it of the phone, it too is a compressed view of it, not it's full pixel glory. I suppose you can see images and video for a more pixel to pixel accuracy, but just like 4K content to mass consumption, it's still overkill. Then again that's just me though. Not like people can really discern so many pixels packed in a small handset screen.

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