This smartphone is not bad. However, for 350 euros we would expect more music

Recently, if we want to characterize Sony smartphones, two words are enough: stretched displays. Their smartphones are really unusually thin and long.

That was also the case with the Sony Xperia 10 II we tested, which represents the middle class for the current around 350 euros. How did this phone fare in our test?

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The fact is, you don’t have to worry.Design and display

The smartphone was extremely compact. He held his hands well and had very well sharpened edges. The slimness of the phone and the weight of only 151 grams have just “tapped” the perfect ergonomics of the device.

Hidden in the side of the device is a fingerprint reader, which could quickly unlock the smartphone, but was not always used for the first time. Sometimes we unlocked for the third time or had to enter a PIN.

See photos taken with the Sony Xperia 10 II smartphone:

The OLED screen has a resolution of 1080 x 2520 pixels (457 ppi). It was bright enough, although it couldn’t immediately adjust to the lighting conditions from time to time, and it took a while to lighten.

Although the display has a diagonal of up to six inches, it is stretched, which still gives the phone a slim look. The aspect ratio is 21: 9 and it also aims to make it easier for you to watch videos with that aspect ratio, for example. This is a cinema format.

However, one thing must be noted here. For example, many videos are only recorded on YouTube with an aspect ratio of 16: 9. In that case you either have to fill in the entire image by zooming in. But then you have cut off from above.

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