Sony’s new flagship phones are definitely worth paying attention to in the upcoming quarter, especially since they have finally been freed from T-Mobile’s exclusive clutches. Its curved, metal-trimmed edges are super sleek, its 20.7-megapixel camera is top-notch, and its speaker capabilities might even be better than the HTC One (M8)’s. I blasted a Ke$ha song (hush now!) while I was on the show floor and I was impressed at how well I could hear the song despite all the commotion around me.
Oh, and they're the first phones to work as a remote display for your PS4 via the Remote Play feature.
I am worried about one thing, however: the demo phone I tried out got really hot while it was playing music. It’s a phone covered in glass, so when it gets hot, it’s almost too uncomfortable to hold.