Next in line of Sony Xperia Z3+ is the Sony Xperia Z5. Tne new Xperia Z5 range was officially announced by Sony in September. They are the Z5 Compact, the Z5 and the Z5 premium. They differ slightly in their sizes with the Compact being tinier at 4.6 inch, the Z5 being 5.2-inch chief, and the Z5 Premium at 5.5-inch phablet that includes the first 4K smartphone display. The new Sony Xperia Z5 presents to the eye a unique style of glamorous look. Weighing 154grams, it has smooth surface, metal framing and a frosted black glass that is easy on the eye and leaves a comfortable touch laying your bare fingers on it without leaving traces of fingerprints on the back of the phone.
There are four colors to the Xperia Z5 and all of them are beautiful – black, gold, green and and white. The gold stands out the most looking refined. You’ll find that the phone rests more comfortably in your palm this time as the edges have been rounded and smoothed down. It felt sharper in the hands a couple of generations ago. So a nice improvement is that although the design of Xperia Z5 is somewhat blocky, it is more comfortable to hold than the Xperia Z2. The device has a cap to protect the microSD slot and nano SIM slots. The other ports are bare but water resistant that it doesn’t need the protection as the other earlier phones did. With less flaps, the chances of breaking them off is slimmer and scratching your nails hard to pull them out to charge at night becomes less of a drag. The bezels on the front of the phone is the only slight change. It has become narrower to make the phone smaller but still maitaning the same size of the screen. On a rainy day, this phone would survive if you dash from one place to another thanks to the water and dust proof design and an IP68 rating. The phone has also a new power button with a fingerprint sensor and recognition on the right side. It functions identically to Apple’s touch ID through a hard press comparatively to Samsung’s Galaxy S5 swipe. Unlocking it safely becomes easy with just a quick simple gesture of your thumb.
Roam about chatting, enjoying your tunes, or browsing without being eternally clinging to your power bank when the battery life lasts till up to 2 days. Top up recharging is as quick as 45 minutes for a full’s day of power. The Sony Xperia Z5 also endows a camera of F2.0 G Lens and 23 megapixels which grants the photo to receive more digital zoom. You will find the camera sitting on the top left corner with the flash beneath it. It is declared that the Sony Xperia Z5 has the fastest hybrid autofocus which allows the object to be focused within 0.03 seconds. If you’ve always struggled to keep your hand from shaking, ease into Xperia Z5 camera feature of optical image stabilization, which Xperia Z3+ marked as well. Your photo selections can now include your night activities with Sony’s low light technology image sensoring. The night photos are just as clear as the ones in the day without much blur and noise.
There is also slow-motion playback for video recording at a higher frame rate thanks to new selections from Sony. The Sony Xperia Z5 comes has been installed with Android 5.0 “Lollipop” using Sony’s signature interface. However, it is established that Sony will eventually upgrade the device to Android 6.0 “Marshmallow”
The three Xperia phones are similar but the key difference is the size of the screen and it’s resolution. The Xperia Z5 starts at the smallest screen of 4.6-inch 720p, the Z5 a 5.2-inch 1080 display and the Z5 Premium a huge 5.5-inch 3840×2160 pixel screen. It usually displays a 1080p image unless the resolution comes into use when 4K material is being displayed. The three Xperia Z5 phones have a Qualcomm’s octa-core Snapdragon 810 processor and have 3GB of RAM except the Xperia Compact. The phone also comes with a non-removable 2900mah battery for 10 hours. It includes an onboard storage of 32GB, with microSD card expansion up to 200GB.