Sony Xperia Z and Xperia ZL might head to India

by: Bams SadewoFebruary 9, 2013

Sony Xperia Z vs Sony Xperia ZL [aa] (1)

Sony is eager to show off and bring its two flagship phones, the Xperia Z and Xperia ZL, to as many markets as possible worldwide. The former is already available in Japan, and it’s expected to hit China, New Zealand, France, UK, Germany, and more soon – while the latter will possibly be offered in fewer places.

One country that will apparently be graced by the presence of both smartphones is India, or so the official website of the company indicates.


As seen above, the Xperia Z and Xperia ZL are now up on Sony Mobile India’s website. The launching details haven’t been shared yet, but this provides some hints that the pair will be made available in the country.

Of course, until Sony makes the official announcement, things could still change. The odds are pretty good though, considering that the Xperia Z and ZL have also been listed by several phone retailers in India.

Until we hear more, you can always check out our guide on what exactly sets the two apart. Done reading? Which one are you looking to get your hands on more — the Xperia Z or the Xperia ZL?

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  • Nishant Sirohi

    Sony does enjoy a premium image in India. And yes These two devices have been the talk amongst the people

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      But Most of the people here think of it as the sony-erricson brand. however bringing in good products like these will seriously give them a good repo.


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  • Demetrius

    OLD news….. it popped up on the Indian website back in Jan after CES 2013