In an time where most phones have non-removal batteries, phones with removal batteries are hard to find. There are many advantages to having a removal batteries. You can carry extra batteries for days where you expect heavy use, though the modern alternative is to use a portable power bank. Another advantage of removal batteries is the ability to easily replace it if battery quality diminishes after years of use. Removal batteries were a major selling point of earlier android phones along with MicroSD slots, as those are two features not found in Apple phones. Fortunately for those that are a fan of phones with removal batteries, there are still a few phones available with removal batteries, two of them being the Samsung Galaxy S5 and LG G5.
Sony latest flagship release, the Xperia XZ Premium, has sparked the excitement of smartphone fans, and rightly so. A 4K screen in a 5.5 inch display is certainly no mean feat, and Sony has followed on from the success of the Z5 Premium to add noteworthy upgrades in the XZ Premium, with an focus on camera quality. We'll have a first look at the Xperia XZ Premium in this post.
Body and Screen
First of all, as you'd expect from a phone with a 4K display, the XZ Premium is a pretty big phone. It looks great too, with a shiny glass design to give it a slick appearance. One nice feature that