No smartphone can be regarded as a true high-end device if it doesn't have a good camera outfitted on its back side. That is why we're not surprised to see that smartphone makers are putting extra effort in developing or picking the best snappers for their flagships. Take a look, for example, at the newly-announced Sony Xperia Z2 - it packs the same camera we know and like from the Xperia Z1, with 20.7MP of resolution and an Exmor RS sensor with size of 1/2.3. And it is good. Really good, for that matter.
How do we know? Well, you didn't think we'd miss the chance to snap a few shots with it here at MWC, did you? What's more, we also had a number of other flagship handsets with us, so we took a few photos with them as well for comparison's sake. Just keep in mind that the demo Sony Xperia Z2 unit that we had access to was most likely not running a finalized version of its software build, so the camera on a retail unit might behave differently. With that out of the way, the results can be found in the slideshow below.