The Sony Xperia XZ comes in a box with an Xperia logo on the front and the brand of Sony. Up to the top are some retail information while bottom got the name of the device as well. The left and the right hand side do not show anything. On the back are some specs.
Sony Xperia XZ has a 23 megapixel rear facing camera and 13 megapixel front facing camera for selfies. It has a 5.2 Full HD display and a USB c connection for charging and syncing. It got Qualcom Snapdragon 820 processor and 2900 mAh battery. The phone has 32 gigabytes of on-board storage and an SD card that’s available to actually increase your storage. It has 3 gigabytes of RAM and it is running the Android 6 software.
From the box is the Sony Xperia XZ, you’ll find your startup guide and pre-installed information on the software. Next is your three-pin plug with that pop up a third pin. Please be careful that third pin as it can break quite easily. Also you will get some headphones and USB c charger and connection for charging and data syncing.
The first time when booting the device you will get the start page with a welcome message and requsted to select your language. English is already pre-selected for you. When you hit next it is all about important information and some agreements that you have to agree to before using the phone. Clicking next is just WiFi connection request which is good for the device to check for any updates. You can backup from a previous device and you can do that by NFC or do it via the cable. So you can backup your information from an older Android device or iPhone as well could be moved over and you can put it on your brand new device.
Next section is to add a Google account or create a Google account. You will need this for the Play Store so you can download all your apps, movies, games, TV shows and books. Bear in mind that you will need one here and will need a payment method as well PayPal or a bank card will be required. Next is a name for your device.
It’s always good to name your device when you’re trying to locate it or maybe when you’re using Bluetooth trying to connect your device. You can protect your device in multiple different ways. With this device, luckily it has a fingerprint sensor or you can use a pin, pattern or password. Next option is Google services and agreements that you have to agree. This is followed by an option which is about Sony Xperia and the services they provide. After this you are done and ready to use your device.
You can jump into more settings for understanding the device.
Main Features for Sony Xperia XZ
5.2 inch Display
Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow Operating System
Octa-Core 2×1.6GHz Processor
up to 256GB Memory Card Slot
32 GB Internal Memory
3 GB RAM
23 MP Rear Camera
13 MP Front Camera
Non-removable Li-Ion 2900 mAh battery