The Xperia 5 is Sony’s newest, and arguably the best, addition to its smartphone range. Photo: Ben Sin

Xperia 5 review: Sony’s best phone for some time, uniquely designed but hard to recommend

  • The Xperia 5 feels good in the hand and generally performs fine, with a battery that will last a full day – just
  • The relatively high price compared to other Chinese Android options and mediocre camera performance will put some people off
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The Xperia 5 is Sony’s newest, and arguably the best, addition to its smartphone range. Photo: Ben Sin
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The Huawei Mate 30 Pro has a 6.5-inch screen that curves drastically at the sides – known as ‘waterfall display’. Photo: Ben Sin

Huawei Mate 30 Pro full review: excellent handset, but lack of Google apps will be a deal-breaker for many

  • Cameras, battery life and design are the best on the market, but US export ban that means there’s no official Google apps support makes phone useless for many
  • It’s guaranteed to be a huge success in China, but don’t buy one until the Google issues are resolved
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The Huawei Mate 30 Pro has a 6.5-inch screen that curves drastically at the sides – known as ‘waterfall display’. Photo: Ben Sin
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