Power comes from the expected Snapdragon 845 and 6GB of RAM. The Primary sensor is RBG while the secondary sensor is Monochrome, the combination of both sensors offers 960 fps super slow motion videos (FHD/HD), Predictive Capture, Anti-distortion shutter, Triple image sensing technology and 5-axis image stabilization for shake-free videos, 4K HDR Movie recording and also offers ISO sensitivity 51200 for photos and ISO 12800 for video. The camera's ultra sensitivity with clean, noiseless images was previously only possible with interchangeable lens cameras. The bad news, however, is that the company claims it has no plans to bring it to the UK. During still photography, the XZ2 Premium can reach a maximum ISO of 51,200 and for shooting videos, as high as 12,800. Sony also integrates artistic features with the ability to select Bokeh, making your subject stand out from a defocused background. It supports 4K video recording and 960fps slow-motion video. Moving on to the front, you get a 13 MP single camera with f/2.0 aperture and 22 mm wide-angle lens.
For one thing, the Xperia XZ2 Premium cannot only shoot in 4K HDR, it can also showcase the footage in 4K HDR as its 5.8-inch display supports the standard. Thanks to this display you can enjoy your very own 4K HDR content as it'sthe only smartphone capable of both creating and viewing 4K HDR.
The Premium model also has a 5.8-inch 4K HDR screen, while the regular XZ2 only boasts 5.7-inch Full HD+ HDR panel.
Sony is pushing a new "Dynamic Vibration System" for this phone, which supposedly analyzes audio data from videos and games to let you "feel the action in your hands". A couple of months ago I was harping about how Sony was going easy with its penchant for fancy gimmicks with its newly launched Xperia XZ2 and XZ2 Compact. It also bears stereo speakers. There is also a fingerprint scanner on the rear and keep in mind that this smartphone does not feature a 3.5mm audio jack.
Xperia XZ2 Premium's cutting-edge technology is packed into a fluid and elegant design. It has a 3D glass surface which surrounds the exterior, creating a seamless finish that's comfortable to hold and easy to carry. Add to it Sony's insane 960-frames-per-second slow-motion mode, that much like it is in the case of the Xperia XZ2, can record at 1080p. It will be available in two contemporary colour finishes, Chrome Black and Chrome Silver.
The phone is powered by Octa-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 with Adreno 630 GPU. For connectivity, you have a Cat. "As a comparison, the ceramic-based 6.4" Xiaomi Mi MIX weighs a much lower 209 grams and even the current XZ Premium is lighter at 195g.