Sony Xperia Z1 f Now Released In Japan

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Xperia Z1 f (SO-02F) was just released in Japan, currently being available from NTT DoCoMo stores and from their official website for a full price of $768 (¥79,800). We can tell you from the start that you have the possibility to choose from four different colour options including the classical black and white, as well as the fresh striking lime and pink options. But for those who are curious to know more about this Xperia Z1 f, here we have all the details that might interest you. First of all, you should know that it is actually considered as being the mini version of the popular Xperia Z1.

So, they generally share the same specs, among we can mention a powerful Snapdragon 800 chipset paired with 2GB RAM and no less than 16GB internal storage, as well as an impressive 20.7MP camera and IP55/IP58 dust and water resistance. But you can only imagine that it comes with a much smaller 4.3-inch 720p display, while its chassis has the exact dimensions of 65 mm × 127mm × 9.4mm and weighs 140g.

Sony Xperia Z1 f

Sony Xperia Z1 f

We also have great new for those hoping to see an international version as well. Things are not so clear at the moment, but we can already inform you about the existence of a new handset currently codenamed simply “Anami” which has similar specs as this Japanese Sony Xperia Z1 f model; but things get different when you see its radio bands that confirm the fact that it is an European smartphone in this case, so there are big chances to be talking about the international Xperia Z1 version, as our source also considers.

But there are plenty of other rumors pointing to a supposedly international model named Xperia Z1 S, so we cannot jump to any conclusion until we’ll actually see this international version, hopefully at CES 2014. Only then we’ll be back with fresh details.

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