Well, folks, it's finally here – after teasing us with a rehash of the Xperia Z3, in the form of the Z3+, Sony has finally unveiled its “official” flagship for this year – the Sony Xperia Z5. A well-known rectangle with stark shapes, button placements coherent with Sony's omni-balance design language, and a glass back is what you will see when you first lay eyes on it. In fact, it may seem that not much is different. But is it?
Despite the fact that it refreshes its flagships a bit too often, we wouldn't say that Sony is in the business of releasing the same phone over and over again. So, let's check out all the features that the Z5 brings, which you won't find on the Z3+.
Sony Xperia Z5: all the new features
Only 3 new features? Well, to be fair – if you are looking at this, it is much more probable that you are probably interested in how the Xperia Z5 measures against the Xperia Z3 – the flagship, which was announced a year ago, and not the Z3+, which is only 3 months old. In that case, you should add the 64-bit upgrade to the list, as the Z5 rocks a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810, while the Z3 has a Snapdragon 801 under its hood.