The new Sony Xperia XZ Premium’s 35mm metal spacers make it even better

By now you’ve probably seen or heard of the Xperia XC Ultra and XC Pro.

They are the two most popular Sony phones that we have reviewed, but in many ways, they’re the opposite of the other two devices.

The XC series has always been about the specs and performance of the device, but they’ve always been more about the camera and audio than the hardware.

The Sony Xperia Z3+ is a slightly different beast in the XC family, but with its 35mm spacer tube, it looks and feels just like the X3+ and X3.

The 35mm steel spacer is actually a lot thinner than the XZ’s 25mm steel, which is also a nice touch.

The tubes aren’t all that different in design from the X2 and XZs, but Sony made them thicker to be able to withstand the stresses of being mounted on the body of a phone like the Xperia Z5.

The extra thickness also gives the phone a much more comfortable fit and is easier to hold on to when you need to take it out of your pocket.

The new Xperia XZA Premium also gets the 35mm tube upgrade, with the tubes also coming in at a slightly taller 1.6 inches compared to the X5.

There’s also a slight difference in color.

The red tubes are black, while the orange ones are orange.

They’re a bit lighter and a little darker, but still look like they have the same tube thickness.

The other difference is that the white tubes are larger, and the white is a little bit lighter.

The difference isn’t too much though, as the difference between a white and a light blue tube is very subtle, but it’s still noticeable.

The tube thickness isn’t the only difference though.

The design of the tubes are also different.

The plastic is much thinner, but the plastic is actually thinner than what you’d find on most other Sony phones.

It’s thinner than most of the glass on the X series, but not as thin as on the Z3.

While it doesn’t seem as thick as the X7’s glass, it is thicker than most glass on other phones.

There are also a few other changes too.

The bottom of the tube is a bit taller than the top.

It also has a larger hole at the top for the battery to slide through, but that’s pretty standard for most other phones, and I haven’t seen it changed on the Xperia S5 or the Xperia Pro.

The metal tube is now a different color.

It is, of course, black.

This isn’t a major deal though, but you can still see it on the plastic tube in the photo below.

The white tube is black again, and that’s just to make it look like a different metal tube.

This tube is just like on the regular XZ, but slightly thinner.

It doesn’t make it stand out as much as the regular tube, but is still pretty standard.

There is also the smaller hole at its top.

This hole isn’t really a problem in terms of size, but on the back, it’s a little smaller than on the rest of the XZA.

The black plastic tube is thinner too.

It isn’t quite as long, but thinner than other phones like the Z5 and Z5 Premium.

You can also see it in the picture below.

Overall, this is a really nice design that’s more subtle than on other Sony devices.

If you’re interested in the Sony Xperia XL line, the Xperia XL3 comes in a black, blue, orange, and red color option.

The Xperia XL4, Xperia XL5, and Xperia Z6 have a white tube.

You might notice that there are different tubes on the top of the Sony phone.

The top of Sony’s X series phones is the black one, and it’s also thicker than the bottom of most other devices.

On the bottom, you can see the red tube.

It sits on top of most of Sony phones, but isn’t on the bottom.

Sony’s tube is much thicker than other phone tubes, but like most phone tubes on other devices, it has a tiny bit of space to accommodate it.

The yellow tube is the white one, so it’s thicker than on most phones.

The purple tube is slightly smaller than the white tube, and is the one you might see on other Xperia phones, like the XL5.

Sony has always made it a little easier to get ahold of the phone by using an optional cable, which connects the phone to the dock for charging.

The cable itself is also quite thin and light, and can be attached to a variety of phones without too much effort.

Sony did add a USB Type-C port, so you can plug your USB Type A cable into a phone or USB Type C cable into another device.

You’ll also be able connect the cable to a standard 3.5mm headphone jack, and you