Sunday, 15 November 2015

SONY Z5 Made for Bond Edition: the smartphone for the next generation James Bond

The Xperia Z5 Compact is the ideal smartphone for the next generation James Bond.
The new compact phone in the "Made for Bond" Edition is exclusively available with premium content at Swisscom.
Sony is oncw again proud partner of James Bond movie in SPECTRE and brings the new smartphone together with Swisscom in the "Made for Bond" edition on the Swiss market.
The "Made for Bond" Edition in graphite black, exclusively available at Swisscom, is pre-loaded with exclusive  SPECTRE content , behind-the-scenes video and movie trailers.
The  Z5 Compact in the generic version is also available in white, yellow and coral.
Recently presented at the IFA, the latest Sony's Z5 compact  is really the ideal smartphone for next-generation James Bond and I had the great pleasure to test it!

Moneypenny takes the lead in campaign film for Sony

In the new campaign film from Sony features brand new technologies that have been "Made for Bond".
In the latest promotional video, Miss Moneypenny is sent to pick up James Bond new smartphone the Sony Xperia 5. Along the way she is pursued by some villans and thanks to Sony new tech she succeed in beating them. As well as the the new Z5 the new Sony RX100 IV camera is also seen in the advert.

The Z5 compact in graphite black has a real 007 vibe, stylish, sleek and understated.
Really is the best way to show off your phone capabilities such as the 23 Megapixel camera with lightning fast autofocus, a 2-day battery life and the powerful octa-core processor.
And with the exclusive Bond content already hosted in the Z5 "Made for Bond" Edition such as official themes, wallpapers and behind the scenes blog from Miss Moneypenny herself you too can now feel like Mr.Bond.

Design and screen
Sony's new small form phone is the hidden gem of the Xperia Z5 range.
The Xperia Z5 Compact has lost a lot of the bezel space that felt so redundant on the Z5, and feels a lot more concise than its bigger sibling.
The Xperia Z5 Compact follows closely the excellent design established by the Xperia Z5. It isn't drastically smaller than the Z5 – the Compact is 127 x 65 x 8.9mm, compared to 146 x 72 x 7.3mm. But it's enough to make a difference.

The Z5 Compact's screen is exceptionally bright, offers great contrast and accurate colours.
The increase in pixel density from 319ppi on the Z3 Compact to the 323ppi here does result in sharper screen quality and improved clarity. In addition, Sony includes its now standard Bravia TV-inspired display technologies such as a Triluminious display, X-Reality Engine and Bravia Engine 2.

Top of the list is the back style. It’s covered with frosted glass. It looks great, feels great and comes in a few different colours.
The star attraction of the phone, though, is what sits on its side. It looks like a power button, and it is. But that big grey button also functions as the Xperia Z5 Compact’s fingerprint scanner.


Xperia Z5 Compact is built to withstand the splashes that are a part of everyday life.Sony’s waterproof design takes the worry out of wet.


The most impressive feature by far on the Z5 Compact is the camera. It's simply one of the best I've used for image quality in all conditions.
Sony provides the imaging components for a great deal of major smartphone cameras, and has brought all its expertise to bear on the Z5 range. As such, it’s carrying one of the very best smartphone cameras on the market.
Autofocus is fast and accurate, and thanks to the 23MP sensor, photos have fantastic detail and clarity. It’s also great at picking up colour and depth, and snaps are vibrant even in low-light conditions.

An area where Sony doesn't compromise on with the Compact is power. Here you get a Snapdragon 810 processor made up of 1.5GHz quad-core Cortex A53 and 2GHz quad-core Cortex A57 CPUs. That's accompanied by 2GB of RAM and an Adreno 430 GPU to handle gaming. The Compact is a portable powerhouse.


If there's one area in which Sony phones do better than most it's going the distance. In moderate use, this is good enough to get you through a day and a half of playtime.
Significant is  the inclusion of fast charging, which allows users to top up their devices with a quick, concentrated burst of power. This means that even if the Z5 Compact’s battery levels start dipping worryingly low, 12 to 15 minutes charging is all you’ll need to get them back up.
Stamina mode is the most effective, disabling app activity when the phone isn't in use; with it on you'll gains a couple of extra hours. There's an Ultra Stamina mode, too, which is a far more restrictive measure. However, it means you'll get an extra hour or two to make that late-night taxi call.


The Sony Xperia Z5 Compact is the best 4.6-inch Android phone available right now.

With Xperia Z5 Compact, the question isn’t just what you can do with your smartphone it is what else you can do. Sony’s best compact smartphone has all the features of the big guys, but it’s designed to slip right into real life. With colours that match your style. Innovations that keep interruptions at bay. And a 4.6” design that hits the sweet spot in size.

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