Sony Xperia Z – ultimate super phone


The Sony Xperia Z landed in style at CES 2013 in Las Vegas with a fabulous 5-inch Full HD display powerful processor quad core and 13mp camera stand.
With so much on offer we’ve rounded up the best features of the Sony Xperia Z for you to digest your leisure.
The Xperia Z pulls on the experience of the divisions of Sony TV, camera and computer to offer a phone with a beautiful, full HD screen of 5 inches.
Heritage of Sony in the TV industry comes into play with the Mobile Bravia Engine 2, which is created by engineers to make you really feel like you’re part of the action.
With a lot of power under the hood, very functional and Jelly Bean Android OS dazzling CyberShot camera with Exmor sensor RS, the Sony Xperia Z is well equipped to offer you the best mobile viewing experience.
Whatever your vice may be, from movies to music, downloads and steaming Xperia Z has you covered from head to toe.
With a vivid 5-inch Full HD screen, powerful quad-core 1.5GHz processor, Android Jelly Bean stain and OS 2400 mAh battery optimized Xperia Z is ready, right?
Besides offering the ultimate viewing experience, exceptional performance and stunning design of the Sony Xperia Z also has a lot of great connectivity options.
The Xperia Z provides one-touch connectivity, giving you the easiest and fastest way to wirelessly share music, photos and videos from your phone.
With NFC technology built into the Sony Xperia Z, it is easy to pair your phone to other compatible devices, such as NFC BRAVIA TV or headphones.

The Sony Xperia Z does marry a dust and waterproof design with an impressive 5-inch Full HD screen, powerful processor 1.5 GHz quad-core for a truly super-phone.
Carry IP55 and IP57 certified, you can take the Xperia Z for a swim in fresh water up to 1 meter for 30 minutes, which means a trip to the bathroom or a slip in the bathroom should not end the existence of the phone.
You can also rest easy when you head along dusty climates, as they are a hard problem for Sony Xperia Z, who laughs in the face of danger.


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