Sony have used CES 2013 to announce their latest flagship Android handset, the Sony Xperia Z. Sony lagging behind the likes of Samsung and Apple in the smartphone market hope this new feature packed Xperia handset will get consumers interested.
The Xperia Z’s runs Google’s Android Jelly Bean 4.1 and its key features include a 5″ Full HD BRAVIA Display (at 443 ppi), 7.9 mm thickness, 13 megapixel camera, 1.5GHz quad-core Qualcomm S4 Pro processor, and a durable water and dust resistant all glass exterior design. The Xperia Z also includes a Stamina battery saving mode.
Sony has put a major focus on the visual experience with the 1080p Full HD display running it’s Mobile BRAVIA 2.0 Engine that is claimed to provide “razor sharp pictures and superior brightness with the widest colour spectrum, so you can view every detail in vivid colour” to paraphrase Sony.
For more information about the Sony Xperia Z head over to Sony’s website and check out the videos below. - http://www.sonymobile.com/global-en/products/phones/xperia-z/
So what do you think? Does the Sony Xperia Z have enough to topple the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S3 or the Apple iPhone 5? Let us know with a comment below.