The Sony Xperia Z3 has a lot of promise to live up to. It’s predecessor, the cunningly named Z2, performed admirably in most departments, even if its slightly slab-like design left it feeling a little uncomfortable in your hands. This time around it offers a slightly better equipped camera and a few other minor hardware upgrades, but do these mostly minor tweaks still deliver a stellar user experience? We’ve been testing the Xperia Z3 for a few days to find out. With the new Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and two new iPhones on the market, Sony isn’t going to get an easy, clear shot with the…

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