Sony’s Xperia Z Set to Launch on 6 March in India
Sony Xperia Z is set to launch on market as a premium smartphone that carries high-end specifications. The device has got all the charms to make it more attractive in its class. However, Sony has to shell out more to make it call as a premium smartphone. The date is out on Twitter where Sony has claimed to launch its new flagship smartphone. It will launch on 6 March as per the current news.
The cover page of the handle run by Sony is updated to a screengrab with date 06/03/2013. This is a clear hint that the device may launch on 6th March 2013. Also, the cover contains Sony Xperia Z smartphones in its background. The tweet also has a live running countdown that indicates the days left for its launch. You can check out the page where Katrina Kaif’s image is published as the brand ambassador. The clues have been more specific when Sony has updated the cover photo on its official Facebook page with the same date and the Sony Xperia Z at the background.
Well, whatever be the case let us have a quick look at the specs of this new-comer to Xperia family.
Quick Look at Sony Xperia Z Specs –
- It sports a 5-inch Full HD 1920 by 1080 pixels screen
- It is powered by a quad-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 Pro processor
- It runs the latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system
- 2GB RAM is provided
- Internal memory is at 16GB, expandable up to 32GB via microSD card slot
- Supports 4G/LTE band for high speed internet access
- Contains water and dust resistant capacity
- Equipped with 13.1 megapixel primary camera and a 2.2 megapixel front facing sensor for video calling
- Supports Near Field Communications (NFC)
- Boasts a 6,000mAh non-removable battery
The specs say it belongs to a top-notch segment, but for that Sony has to provide more reliability and features. The non-removable, small battery is the major disappointment for Android fans. Also, the apps should be loaded with more fun like Samsung offers. For now, those who are pretty interested on this device, has to wait until the device is out on stores.
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