Welcome to our guide to the very best Sony Xperia XZ2 deals.
The Sony Xperia XZ2 is available in black, silver, blue and pink.
Best deal for the Sony Xperia XZ2
This is the best offer for the Xperia XZ2 in the market right now.
The best deal currently for the Sony Xperia XZ2 on EE includes 30GB data, unlimited minutes and unlimited data on a 24-month contract with no up front cost when you use code 30GBDATAXPERIAXZ2 at checkout - this gives you a £79.99 discount. Over 24 months, that works out to be £792.00.
Our pick of the rest
The best seller on Vodafone has 1GB data, unlimited texts and unlimited minutes on a 24 month contract for only £33.00 a month with an up-front cost of £19.99. This works out to be £811.99 over 24 months. You also get a free 12 month PlayStation Plus subscription worth £49.99.
There is a better deal if you're after more data on O2 which has 50GB data, unlimited texts and unlimited minutes on a 24 month contract for only £45.00 a month with an up-front cost of £9.99. However this will cost you £1,089.99 in total over 24 months but offers access to O2 priority on your Sony Xperia XZ2 and offer their fastest 4G speed available.
The best SIM Free Xperia XZ2 deals
SIM-free, the Xperia XZ2 price is £599 with a free PlayStation Plus membership worth £49.99 and the Xperia XZ2 Compact price is £549.
The £599 (SIM-free) Sony Xperia XZ2 replaces the Sony Xperia XZ1, which barely had time to reach shelves after its August 2017 unveiling, while the £549 (SIM-free) Sony Xperia XZ2 Compact carries all the power of its larger stablemate - but in a form factor that's significantly smaller.
If you do opt for a SIM-free option, we have rounded up the best SIM-only deals here.
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The refresh to Sony's flagship makes huge changes to the design of these phones.
Both the XZ2 and XZ2 Compact curve across the rear, which is quite a shift for Sony design and something we've not seen since the introduction of the Xperia Z in 2013. With that rear curve, there's a repositioning of the camera and fingerprint sensor on the rear too.
The camera is a highlight, with Sony boosting its stacked sensor Motion Eye camera with a custom sensor co-developed with Qualcomm and integrated into the Snapdragon 845 platform which powers the phone. The camera also boasts super slow-motion at 960 frames per second, now also boosted to Full HD resolution, beating Samsung's offering in the new Galaxy S9.