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Key facts about Sony phones
- Sony's history in the mobile phone market extends all the way back to the early 2000s, when it sold pre-smartphone handsets under the Sony Ericsson brand.
- Since buying out Ericsson in 2012, Sony has focused its mobile business solely on the Xperia smartphone line.
- Much of the hardware used in Xperia handsets is based on other Sony technology like its BRAVIA TV line and its Cyber-shot cameras.
Shopping for a high-end smartphone can be daunting. Complex jargon and slick-sounding buzz terms make every handset seem like a miracle of technology. Parsing fact from fiction can be tricky for even the most tech-savvy consumer, so we've run down the key features you'll want to focus on when comparing Sony smartphones:
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