For those in France the wait for the Sony Xperia Z is over. It is now in stock and available to order from the official Sony Mobile France webstore for €649.
With the Xperia Z hitting stores in Japan a little more than a week ago, Sony has unleashed a series of ads that showcase one of the flagship phone’s main selling points — its awesome 13.1MP camera.
A high screen to body ratio means that you can enjoy a larger display on a smaller device. How important is this for you? Is the high ratio of the Xperia ZL a real selling point for you?
Who’s up for a new batch of Sony Xperia Z/ZL availability updates? Yes, new, as in different from the UK story reported earlier today, the Canadian and the Irish/Finnish/Australian ones from yesterday and the German one from two days ago.
Sony’s latest spearhead, the Xperia Z, hasn’t even enjoyed a proper global release yet, but there might already be a new high-ender on the horizon to join the Xperia family.
We’ve seen some impressive things that the Sony Xperia Z can do, but the big question now for many is when the device will hit stores. For folks in the UK, here’s the latest on the phone’s availability.
With HTC One’s unveiling days away and Samsung Galaxy S4’s launch likely set for March, one would think the headlines battle would be carried between the two and no one else. And yet Sony Xperia Z’s mojo seems impossible to disrupt.
The Sony Xperia ZL will be released in Germany in April and will be priced at a whopping €599.99 (~$806). Would you rather buy the Xperia ZL or the Xperia Z?
Would you like a side of kernel source with your Xperia Z? If the answer is yes, you’ll be thrilled to hear that Sony has released the kernel source code for its latest flagship phone.
In a series of “Xperimentations” videos released by Sony Mobile France, the Sony Xperia Z gets doused in ink, water, and dust. Have you ever dropped your smartphone in ink before?