Review : Sony Xperia ZR : The Underwater Legend

REVIEW: Sony Xperia ZR : The Underwater Legend

INTRODUCTION

The Sony Xperia ZR is keen to match the oomph of its flagship. Considering how important dust and water resistance were for the Xperia Z’ success, some may as well consider this one as an upgrade, rather than a trimmed down version.Together with the smaller screen of slightly lower resolution and stamina mode, you get a smartphone that’s not only easier to pocket, but one that will last more than the premium package. So basically all you’ll be losing if you chose the Sony Xperia ZR over the Xperia Z is some screen estate, the 1080p front-facing camera and the Full HD display. Now, how’s that not a winning combo? Here goes the complete list of Xperia ZR pros and cons.

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Preview: HTC One Mini

HTC One is certainly one of the best smartphones around and has come a long way towards helping the Taiwanese company out of its financial woes. It was only logical then that HTC will try to capitalize on that success by bringing the same formula to other parts of its portfolio. We already got the upscaled version with the Butterfly S, so now it’s time to shrink the design with the HC One mini. With the One Mini, HTC will try to reach the upper mid-range customers who find HTC One as a dream phone but too costly to invest a penny.
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