Posted On January 8, 2013 By In Tech News With 2218 Views

Sony Xperia Z – The Japanese Electronic Giant Fights Back

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Sony has introduced their latest and greatest smartphone offering at CES 2013. The Japanese electronic giant mobile division-  Sony Mobile Communications (“Sony Mobile”) unveils new flagship Android smartphone, Xperia Z.

The Xperia Z features a 5” Full HD 1080p Reality Display with other innovate features such as the world’s first image sensor with HDR video for smartphones and waterproof design.

“With Xperia Z, we are bringing over half a century of innovation in TV, imaging, music, film and gaming to create a superphone experience that truly stands out,” said Kuni Suzuki, President and CEO, at Sony Mobile Communications. “With great specifications, Sony’s media applications, One-touch functions and outstanding battery life, Xperia Z is well positioned for leadership in the smartphone market. By putting smartphones at the heart of our strategy, Sony is enabling people to create, enjoy and share content and experiences like never before.”



Xperia Z water tankThe main features of the   Xperia Z include:

  • 5” 1080 x 1920p full HD Reality Display with Mobile BRAVIA® Engine 2
  • 13MP Fast Capture camera with Exmor RS for mobile, the world’s first image sensor with HDR video for smartphones
  • Dust and water resistant (IP55 & IP57) with a durable glass display
  • 1.5 GHz asynchronous quad-core Snapdragon S4 processor with 2GB RAM
  • Battery STAMINA mode improves your standby time by at least 4 times
  • One-touch functions enable consumers to easily share music, photos and videos from their smartphone to an array of NFC-enabled Sony devices
  • LTE, 4G for superfast entertainment
  • A unique OmniBalance design with subtly rounded edges and smooth reflective surfaces on all sides

According to the press release, the Xperia Z will launch globally in Q1 2013.

Source: Sony

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