The Sony Xperia Z was unveiled back at the start of January and will launch in the UK on March 1st. We already know it'll be available from Three and we've now got information suggesting it'll be available from EE.
Orange France have issued a press release confirming they'll be offering the the Xperia Z on their 4G network . This makes it very likely that EE, who own Orange, will offer the Sony Xperia Z on their 4G network in the UK.
EE are yet to officially confirm whether they'll be stocking the Sony Xperia Z in the UK. However, if they do they'll be the only operator offering the Xperia Z on a 4G network. That's because the other UK operators can't offer 4G until the auctions conclude later this year.
Why buy the Sony Xperia Z ?
The Sony Xperia Z is Sony's flagship smartphone meaning it has a high-end specification , a stunning design and supports all the latest in mobile technology.
The Xperia Z adopts Sony's ""OmniBalance design" meaning it's got rounded edges and smooth reflective surfaces. The smartphone is just 7.99 mm thick. but is still very durable because it's dust-proof and water resistance (IP55 & IP57 certification).
Sony's Xperia Z includes has a 5 inch Mobile Bravia 2 touch-screen running at fullHD resolution (1920*1080 pixels). This gives it a much higher PPI (pixels-per inch) rating than both the iPhone 5 and Galaxy S3.
Powering the Xperia Z is a quad-core 1.5 Ghz processor, while it also has 2GB of RAM and 16GB of onboard memory. The mobile comes pre-loaded with Android Jelly Bean and has a 13 mega-pixel camera , while it supports WiFi, NFC, Bluetooth and 4G.
By Simon Thomas on 28th January, 2013
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