Compared to the Z2, Sony has made some minute changes in the Xperia Z3. We’re looking at a slightly upgraded Snapdragon 801 SoC, a marginally smaller 3,100 mAh battery, a thinner design, and a few software tweaks. The camera and display are essentially the same. It’s clear Sony has been tinkering with the perfect smartphone formula, and while those on the six-months-old Z2 can probably skip this, it might make users of competing phones consider a switch.
Most of the phones that will be coming out this year have been announced and launched, so now is the perfect time to pick some favorites. I’ve used all the flagships from HTC, Samsung, LG, Motorola, Sony, and more, so here are my thoughts on what's currently the best in the Android camp.