The Sony Xperia Z2 is the third iteration in the the Xperia Z line of handsets from the long standing Japanese firm. Perhaps best known for their IP rating, the Z series has grown increasingly popular as a result of this as well as the fact the handsets are packed full of high end mobile computing power.
Announced at Mobile World Congress in February, the Z2 stands strong amongst tough competition, most noticeably the Samsung Galaxy S5, HTC’s imminent new One series flagship and of course Apple’s iPhone.
So with two handsets already under their belt in the Z range, the Z2 should be a well-rounded, strong performer that will mark a natural progression for existing owners of either the Z or Z1.
However at slightly over a year since the original Z launched and just 6 months on from the Z1, does the Z2 run the risk of being seen as a marginal improvement over previous devices, or does it stand firm by itself as a handset users will want to upgrade to sooner, or even switch to from competing brands?
Read on to find out more or watch our video review if you prefer.