Earlier in the week, Sony’s head honcho Kaz Hirai said that the company’s flagship handset, the Xperia Z, will be up for grabs in 60 countries very, very soon. If you live in Europe, today marks the day when the device is finally hitting more store shelves across the continent.
To be more specific, those in the UK, France, Spain, Germany, Belgium, Italy, Netherlands, and Russia should be able to purchase the Xperia Z straight from Sony’s online shop and brick-and-mortar stores. The price seems to vary a bit, with the phone going for £529 in the UK and €649 – €699 elsewhere.
As for folks in Finland, Norway, Sweden, and Denmark — you’ll have to wait between 1-2 weeks more to join the Z party. Also, the Xperia Z reportedly will hit Greece on March 4. To keep yourself busy and entertained, you can check out the many ads that Sony has released for this beast of a phone.
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