For the first time in six years, Sony has finally redesigned its smartphones.
The Sony Xperia XZ2 is all about curves, and its ergonomic design harks back to the days of the original Moto X.
Sony also announced the Xperia XZ2 Compact, which carries many of the same features but in a smaller package and a different design.
The phone is still a little unwieldy due to its 5.7-inch size, but the curved back certainly makes it manageable.
There’s a nice flow of small circles — the flash and other sensors — leading up to the single rear camera.
After years of blocking access to the fingerprint sensor in U.S. devices for “business decisions,” Sony is finally embracing the rear sensor, and it couldn’t be in a better spot.