Sony had a good Mobile World Congress, with a slew of devices that suggest it’s rapidly emerging as the most viable challenger to Samsung’s title as the leading Android manufacturer.
Part of its success is down to incorporating the best of Sony technologies from other areas in its pocket-sized gadgets.
In the case of the Xperia Z2, which we took a brief video of earlier this week, that policy is perhaps most apparent in the triluminous LCD capacitive touchscreen that borrows from Sony Bravia televisions.
But it's also evident in its lavish 20.7-megapixel camera that cops a suite of effects and features from Sony’s dedicated digital cameras.
At Mobile World Congress, we went hands on with the Xperia Z2 to bring you an in-depth look at its display and its snapper.
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