Sony Xperia XZ Premium vs Samsung Galaxy S8

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It's no surprise that Samsung garners as much attention as it does, it is, after all the market leader in the apple replacement parts space. Reports from analyst firms IDC and Trendforce both show that Samsung is ranked number one in terms of global smartphone sales for Q1 2017. Apple comes in second place, followed by Huawei, Oppo, vivo, and LG. After that, it's a dogfight between the rest, and that includes once great names such as Sony, BlackBerry, and HTC.

So again, no suprise that the most anticipated Android flagship rolling into 2017 was the Samsung Galaxy S8 and its stable-mate; the Galaxy S8+.

But Samsung isn’t the only company putting out awesome flagships this year.

Not long ago, at MWC 2017, Sony released its Xperia XZ Premium flagship, which is lining up as one of the best handsets it has produced in years. Cearly Sony is hoping that it can claw back some much needed market share from its competitors, and pulling out all the stops with this latest release might be what's needed to achieve this.

Sony has now announced another colour option as well. Bronze Pink was revealed on Sony's official Xperia Twitter account.

Xperia colour designer, Satoshi Aoyagi, said, "We wanted to find a colour that represented a feeling of warmth whilst at the same time exemplifying the premium features and design. The bronze metallic finish adds a feeling of depth to the glass on the front and back."

Each phone has its own strengths, but which is better and which should you get? Read on to find out!

Both phones come in 64GB storage options–and only 64GB storage options. While some other devices of their ilk do have more built in storage, you’re not up the creek without a paddle. If 64GB isn’t enough for you, both handsets also support storage expansion via the microSD card slot, up to 256GB in size.

When it comes to RAM, 4GB is what you get with either phone, no matter what storage size (the 6GB RAM Galaxy S8 is a China exclusive, sadly). As for processors, the XZ features Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 835 2.4GHz 64-bit Octa-core processor. That’s the exact same processor in the new S8 and S8+, although this is depending on the region you buy your Samsung handset in. Some regions will get the equally powerful Samsung Exynos 8995 Octa-core CPU. In either case, expect both phones to be matched pretty evenly on the processor front.


In the battery deparment, the XZ technically has a slightly larger battery at 3230 mAh versus the S8’s 3000 mAh battery. Still, expect virtually the same battery life for each device, since the differences in battery size are minuscule and they both need to power the massive screens of each etrade supply .

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