Sony’s latest flagship device Sony Xperia Z2 has emerged 79 out of a possible 100 on the DxOMark mobile scale beating out Nokia’s 808.
The new handset comes with 20.7- megapixel camera and ability to record in 4K video, earned the gadget high marks for this impressive photo snapping outdoors and fast autofocus. This is meant to compete against Apple’s iPhone 5S, the HTC one M8 and Samsung’s Galaxy S5.
5.2 inch full HD screen Sony Xperia Z2 Android device comes with a quad-core 2.3-GHz Qualcomm snapdragon processor, a 5.2-inch HD display, and runs on Android 4.4 KitKat. Users have black, white and purple colours to choose from.
After the launch in Singapore, the device has however faced criticism from the early adopters of the flagship smartphone. Owners are complaining that their phone is getting over heated while taking 4K videos and camera is said to turn-off abruptly, they also raised concerns over the presence of gap in the smartphones’s rim (Aluminum Frame around the edges) and on the display panel doubting its water proof capabilities.
Sony issued a statement following the complains acknowledging both the problems and has asked those facing the problems to visit authorized service centres for rectifying.