Sony has announced the Sony Xperia line of smartphones.
These smartphones have been given the “Z5 Premium” branding, and they are the most expensive of the Sony range.
The Sony Xperia brand name has also been replaced with the Sony branding.
The Z5 comes with a 5.5-inch Full HD display, an 8MP rear camera with phase detection autofocus and a 1.5GHz Snapdragon 617 processor.
It has 3GB RAM, 32GB of onboard storage and comes in at just under €1,500.
The Xperia Z3 has a 5-inch 1080p display, a 5MP rear and a 2MP front camera.
The Z5 offers the same specifications, including a 5 megapixel rear camera, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage and a price tag of €1;499.
The Xperia Z2 has a 1080p Full HD screen, a 4MP rear with phase recognition autofocusing and a 6MP front-facing camera.
Both of these devices have an option for 16GB of internal storage.
The Sony Xperia range has been around for a while now.
It’s made up of devices with a similar name and similar specs, with a few minor differences.
The best part is that they all run Android 5.0 Lollipop out of the box, and Sony has made a point to mention that the software on the Xperia Z phones will get upgraded in the future.
This isn’t the first time that Sony has put its own brand name on its devices.
The company used the same name for its Xperia X and Xperia Z1 phones in 2012.
This name was removed from the Xperia X1 in 2013, but it’s still listed as the name of the phone in its official Xperia website.
The phones were then given the Sony name, and it still stands today.
The phones are available in a range of colours, and are now available in three different variants.
The X3 is priced at €1.99, while the X4 is €1-2.99.
The price for the Z3 and Z3 Premium are €1 and €2, respectively.
Sony also has the option to upgrade the Z5 to the “X5 Premium”.
The phone is available in Silver, Black and Pink.
Both the Z4 and Z4 Premium come in four colours, Silver, Gold and Blue.
Both have a 5,000mAh battery and are available for €2.50 on Amazon, for a €200 premium.
The phone is also available in Black, Black, Blue, Gold, Blue and Silver.
Both models come with an array of Sony software features including the Sony Music app, Sony Pictures Home, Sony Smart Home, Xperia Music, Sony Music Pass, Sony Movies, Sony Photo, Sony Photos, Sony Sports, Sony Video, Sony Entertainment and Sony Video Pass.
Sony Music is also the only app that will let you listen to music while you’re connected to the internet, and you’ll also be able to listen to your favourite music while the phone is charging.
Sony Movies will also play any movie or TV show on the phone.
Sony is also giving users the option of buying an Xperia Z7 smartphone to take their experience with the phone even further.
This new smartphone is available for pre-order at $1,299.99 on Amazon.
Sony has also announced a few updates to the Xperia line, and these include a new “Sony Camera” camera app, a new Xperia Home app and an upgrade to Android 4.4 KitKat.
The new Xperia camera app is also a great way to get a first look at the camera on your phone.
The new Xperia smartphone comes with an 11MP camera sensor and a 16MP front one, and will cost you €3,299 on Amazon for the 16MP camera.
Sony also has a new update to the Sony Photos app, with new photos and videos being added to the service.
The Photos app now allows you to easily upload your photos and video, and has a dedicated camera mode that will show you the time and location of your photo taken with your phone or tablet.
The app is available on all Android devices and is still listed under “Camera”.
Sony has updated its Android OS to Android 5, which brings with it a lot of new features.
The update includes a new notification panel, and new notifications will now appear on the lockscreen when you have missed a notification or you’ve made a mistake.
The update also brings with a number of improvements, including the ability to use the camera app while you sleep.
The camera app also lets you set up notifications so that you can receive them even when you’re not asleep.