If you're looking for the best value possible on a $200-$300 smartphone, you will find mid-range devices competing against last generation flagships that are still sold new but at new reduced prices. Packing better hardware, features, superior cameras and performance, here are our favorite last generation high end phones.
Sony keeps releasing new Android phones at a prolific rate with a few really good handsets on recent memory. Unfortunately Sony has had less luck selling a ton of phones with a propensity to overprice them. The latest XZ Premium tries to compete with the very best, powered by Qualcomm's latest 835 SoC, a 5.5" 4K display, 4GB of RAM, and Android Nougat. How well does it fare?
The new Xperia X series may not carry the same name as its predecessor, the Xperia Z, but there’s no mistaking these products for a revolutionary change. I've been testing the the top-end Xperia X Performance for a few weeks now and I've found it to be remarkably similar to the Xperia Z5, sadly this design is getting stale.