SONY Xperia Z5 Specifications

Sony Mobile has officially unveiled the newest member of its flagship Z series in the form of the Xperia Z5. This time Sony introduced Fingerprint sensor located on the side of the phone, along with a 23MP Exmor RS rear camera capable of 0.03 second autofocus.
Sony Xperia Z5 Dual comes in Graphite Black, Gold and Green colors, is priced at Rs. 52,990 in India and is available in market now. It also comes with free smart cover worth Rs. 3500.
Here are the detailed of specifications Sony Xperia Z5

The design of the Xperia Z5 is still one that feels solid and powerful in the hand. There is nothing particularly wrong with the handset design but in an era where companies are innovating with the design of their smartphones, the Xperia Z5 does feel like it belongs to an era past. Xperia Z5 has Boxy design with 5.2-inch(1920 x 1080 pixels) IPS Full HD LCD screen. Xperia Z5 once again came with Nylon Corners which makes its exterior smooth
The back of the phone include frosted glass in a range of different colours, designed to help mask the fingerprints that blight many top end phones encased in the reflective material, and the effect does dial up the richness of the chassis. And that’s why the phone being dust and waterproof as usual. It has Xperia logo engraved on the back side.
There is no doubt that the screen of the Sony Xperia Z5 is stunning. Sony Xperia Z5, has a ‘paltry’ full-HD display. It has 5.2-inch (1920 x 1080 pixels) Triluminos Display.
Xperia Z5 is powered by an Octa-core Snapdragon 810 processor coupled with an Adreno 430 GPU, 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage. Compared to other Android smartphones, the specifications are certainly up there with the best (although some handsets do offer 4GB RAM) but it works good in this smartphone. If we talk about its OS, Obviously it has Android 5.1 (Lollipop). It supports 4G LTE / 3G HSPA+, WiFi 802.11a / b / g / n / ac (2.4GHz / 5GHz) MIMO, Bluetooth 4.1, GPS/ GLONASS, MHL 3.0, NFC
In actual day-to-day usage, the Xperia Z5 is definitely snappy and even installing a lot of data  does not have an effect on the handset’s performance. When switching between applications, there does not seem to be a delay and for the most part, the processor and RAM combination certainly seems to work.
The thing that most people will look at the Sony Xperia Z5 for is the camera – this is somewhere that Sony has gone back to the drawing board and produced something rather remarkable.
The all new 23MP Camera offers not only sharper snaps (which let you take clear pictures even at 5x zoom) but the main draw is the 0.03 auto focus and also it has a 5.1-megapixel 1080p front-facing camera with EXMOR R sensor. The performance is magnificent. Moving the phone up and down and taking random photos of objects constantly offered a clear and in-focus picture, way beyond anything I’ve seen on a smartphone up to this point. Obviously if you’re not stopping the phone to at least frame a shot you’re not going to get a decent pic, but even then it’s not far off.
Fingerprint Scanner
The other big new feature is addition of a fingerprint scanner, something which people have come to expect from other devices. We’ve seen fingerprint scanners integrated into home buttons and we’ve come across fingerprint scanners at back of the device, and now Sony comes with a fingerprint scanner integrated on to the side.
The company believes it can offer a two day battery life in normal usage, through a variety of methods  the battery being 2900mAh, which is bigger than a lot of competitors. Stamina mode and an intelligent screen are the big selling point – the latter seems the most interesting. Essentially what Sony is doing is ‘pausing’ the screen when showing a static image, turning off the CPU so it saves half the power.
Sony fans will really enjoy the Xperia Z5 without any doubt. The camera Seems genuinely innovative. The Xperia Z5 looks a lot like the others in Sony family- new camera and fingerprint scanner aside, there is not much to get excited about.
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Mohit Verma

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