By Adam Koueider May 1, 2013 37 25 24 1 The Sony Xperia Z might be selling well in other parts of the world, but it’s yet to gain any traction with any carriers in the U.S. That looks like it’s all about to change after a not so secretive visit of the handset at the FCC.Advertisement It’s been rumoured that the Xperia Z was headed to T-Mobile and now it seem we’re on the right track. Although T-Mobile has yet to confirm the inclusion of the Xperia Z in its smartphone lineup, it doesn’t look like it will take too long for T-Mobile to announce it now. The Xperia Z comes with a 13-megapixel camera, a quad-core Snapdragon S4 processor clocked at 1.5GHz, a 5-inch Full HD screen and it’s also waterproof. It looks like the T-Mobile version will also have AWS LTE and pentaband HSPA+ included. It will be interesting to see the device finally hit a U.S. carrier, especially since we get to see it on T-Mobile and its UnCarrier approach. Still not convinced, head on over to our review for the full picture. Are you interested in picking up the Sony Xeria Z? Hope that it’ll hit other carriers? 37 25 24 previous postNexus 4 battery cover cracked? This video shows you how to replace it.next postWhy did Google schedule only one keynote at I/O?