Sony Xperia Z Release Dates for US T-Mobile and Canada Bell leaked

Share on Reddit0Tweet about this on TwitterShare on Facebook0Share on Google+2

Have you ever dreamed about a waterproof phone experience? Now you can see your dream coming true! Sony releases this month the new Sony Xperia Z and the lucky retailer is Bell which will have exclusivity of this great smartphone. Sony Xperia Z will be available in Canada with Bell and also in the US on T-Mobile’s 4G LTE network. It will be a 5 inch handset with the glass back wasn’t yet priced for the public. It looks to have great features but we are all asking around about a sum, how much will the Xperia Z cost?

As our source mentions, the great Xperia Z which will be available later this month, comes with almost all you can ever dream of. Sony Xperia Z has an 5-inch 1080p Reality Display, a powerful Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core processor with 2GB of RAM, and also an imposing 13 megapixel camera. Everything is happening in a little „box” 139 x 71 x 7.9mm, but as we all know, the great things come in the small packs. It runs on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, so everything you may know about specs is now on your table.

Sony Experia Z

Sony Experia Z

T-mobile has already set the release date of Sony Xperia Z being 17th July, but we can’t say the same thing about Bell, which let us in stand-by giving us just the “later this month” statement. The handset looks to be really interesting and I think it has great potential among the rest of the lately releases. It is a pity that we have no clue about the price yet, because this is an important factor when we want to compare some devices. Anyway, I am totally conquered about the waterproof feature, and I give Sony Xperia Z a really big point in the decision process.

Share on Reddit0Tweet about this on TwitterShare on Facebook0Share on Google+2

Ana Andrei

Ana is one of the newest additions to this site. You'll see her write mostly about Apps and Android Games. She's a promising rookie so you might want to keep an eye on her progress.