From one to two to three and now four: Samsung's latest phone rocks a staggering four cameras on the back. What can it do for you, and will Australia see it?
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It's time to square off with the original square phone, as Sony adds a curve or two to the monolithic minimalist design seen in the Xperia range of phones, adding a new camera and making the Xperia XZ a real Sony flagship. Is this what other phones should live up to, or is this really truly more of the same?
Samsung may dominate the whole "curved screen" concept in Australia -- less so with the Note now gone -- but it's not the only company dabbling in unusual designs.
It's 2016, and now that we're all well and truly settled in the world of convergence, you shouldn't be shocked to find out that phones are more about other things like the camera, which is where Sony's latest is aimed.
Past the futurist's dream, the Note 7 packs in a heap of incredibly useful technology, making its 5.7 inch phablet size more than just a massive mobile for you to take up the side of your head with phone calls.