Australian Review: Sony Xperia M4 Aqua – Wet and Mild

When I wrote about the "death of the flagship" smartphone earlier this year, Sony's Xperia M4 Aqua was one of the devices I was most looking forward to. It shares the majority of its DNA with Sony's higher end devices, and didn't appear to make too many compromises.

Now that I've gotten my hands on a review unit, I'm a little disappointed by the M4 Aqua. For the most part, it lives up to the promise of a compelling midrange device, but there's one big issue (and a few small ones) that prevent it from being a flagship killer.

When I wrote about the "death of the flagship" smartphone earlier this year, Sony's Xperia M4 Aqua was one of the devices I was most looking forward to. It shares the majority of its DNA with Sony's higher end devices, and didn't appear to make too many compromises.

Now that I've gotten my hands on a review unit, I'm a little disappointed by the M4 Aqua. For the most part, it lives up to the promise of a compelling midrange device, but there's one big issue (and a few small ones) that prevent it from being a flagship killer.

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