Sony Phones

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Sony Mobile has become a significant player in the mobile market with sleek, sophisticated smartphones designed to optimize your media experience. Consumers can expect this type of innovation from the company that also manufactures game consoles, TVs, headphones, and many other entertainment devices.

If you have been eyeing some of the new Sony cell phones like the Xperia 5, you can buy them unlocked through retailers like Best Buy, Amazon, or B&H. Best Buy sells SIM kits that allow you to activate select carrier SIM cards in-store.

Sony Xperia Phones

Sony's Xperia smartphone line caters to a niche community of movie aficionados and media creators. Many of the newer Sony releases have a 21:9 aspect ratio, which is perfect for watching movies. The Xperia 1, Xperia 10, Xperia 10 Plus, and the Xperia 5 (a more compact product than the Xperia 1) all offer the 21:9 aspect ratio at prices ranging from the $300-$800.

The Xperia XZ range of phones is also an excellent option for watching media or gaming. For example, the Xperia XZ3, which has a 6-inch HDR OLED display and QHD+ resolution, costs less than other Sony phones and its flagship competitors. Sony also offers the Xperia XZ2 Premium (released mid-2018) with a 4k display.

About Sony

Sony and Ericsson went on a joint venture back in the early 2000s that would bring us some of the first mobile phones with built-in music players. Today, we would not bat an eyelash at 1GB of storage with the small computers that we carry in our pockets; however, a lot has changed, and now Sony makes cell phones that are akin to a small entertainment system at our fingertips.

The Xperia line of phones have features that cater to not only the viewing of media but also its production. For example, the Xperia 1 has a built-in app dedicated to filmmaking. Sony smartphones are mostly available through online retailers and have only recently become available directly through major carriers. However, this not stopped Sony from gaining traction in the market and creating a cult-like following for its niche products.