Thursday , October 19 2017

Sony Xperia Z now available for pre-order from Mobicity

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Mobicity has just announced the Sony Xperia Z is now available for pre-order from their site in Black or White for $749 + $19 shippping although no eta for stock has been given. The model being shown is compatible with the 1800MHz LTE 4G networks used by Telstra, Optus, Virgin and iiNet as well as the standard 3G networks on all carriers in Australia.

Xperia Z Specification :

  • 5-inch 1080p Reality Display
  • Android 4.1 Jelly Bean w/ Skin (4.2 updated at a later date)
  • Snapdragon S4 Pro Quad-Core CPU @ 1.5GHz
  • 13MP Exmor RS Rear Camera
  • 2GB RAM, unknown expandable memory.
  • Dust and water resistant (IP55 & IP57)
  • Radios :
    • 4G/LTE : 800, 1800, 2600
    • GSM : 850, 900, 1800, 1900
    • 3G : 850, 900, 2100
  • Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC
  • 2330mAh Battery
  • 7.9mm Thickness

The Xperia Z was one of the most exciting phones to come out of CES this year and we can’t wait to see how it handles, rest assured we’ll be getting a review unit asap to try it out.

 
Source: Mobicity.

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9 Comments on "Sony Xperia Z now available for pre-order from Mobicity"

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Alan
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Alan

Do Sony generally lock bootloaders?

Adam Ricket
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Yes they do.

derp
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derp

how much internal memory will this most likely have? 16 or 32 gb?

do sony let you push apps to the sd if it does support one?

vijay alapati
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vijay alapati

Will wait for MWC this month end….HTC us ready to announce M7, hope it gets better

Alex Gerontzos
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Alex Gerontzos

What interests me is that one of the reviews on this shows a feature that actually kills background apps when the screen is off, however you can personally select apps to continue to run ie: gmail, facebook G+ etc.. thus saving on battery life. It will be this or HTC.. already had a galaxy for over a year now need a change.

Nils Mueller
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Nils Mueller

i wander if the zl version will be much cheaper

ohdenny
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Can’t decide between this or the Nexus 4. I know they are vastly different phones but we’ll see when my contract ends in June.

Sean Royce
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Sean Royce

Personally I’d go for this, I know it’s not a nexus, but the larger screen, NFC, and the skin on Sony isn’t too heavy either.

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