By 27 November 2015 | Categories: news


The highly anticipated Bond film, Spectre (review), releases in local cinemas today, and to mark the occasion, we're giving one lucky TechSmart reader the chance to win a Sony Xperia Z5 (Bond Edition) smartphone. You may have seen the new Sony flagship at work in numerous ads featuring Ms. Moneypenny. 

The Xperia Z5 features plenty of processing firepower internally, but two aspects that Sony has been touting are the new 23 MP camera and battery life. The new camera, along with adding an extra 2 MP over the previous version’s, also improves the autofocus. Powering the device is a 2900 mAh battery, which delivers above average usage compared to other flagships. These two improvements form the basis of our competition question.

How To Win

To enter this competition, you must tweet the correct answers to the below question.

What is the autofocus speed and battery life of the Sony Xperia Z5?

Along with answers to the above, your tweet must also include:

I want to win an #XperiaZ5 with @TechSmartMag and @SonyXperiaZA. #MadeForBond

To find out the answers, read our review of the Xperia Z5.

The competition begins today, 27 November, and runs until 11 December, where the winner will be contacted via Twitter for delivery of their prize.  

Please be advised that entrants must follow @TechSmartMag on Twitter to be eligible to win. Furthermore, only one entry is required for the competition, and the winner will not be chosen based on number of tweets. 

The Xperia Z5 does not fall under any warranty from Sony Mobile South Africa, and was recently won as a prize by TechSmart at a Sony Mobile event. As always, Terms and Conditions apply.


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