Sony Xperia Z
Have you ever missed a million dollar phone call simply because you were in the shower? Well if you have, time has come for you to switch to Sony Xperia Z waterproof smartphone so you don’t miss another million dollar opportunity.
Sony is off to a great start to this new year with its Xperia Z smartphone. It is not just the company’s best effort at smartphones yet, but it might just put Sony on the top of phone charts. Its design is beautiful; black, sleek and graceful. Despite its 5 inches screen it fits easily in your hand. Its display technology is TFT, screen resolution is 1,920 x 1,080 pixels, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage with a microSD card slot, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, LTE, NFC, a 2330mAh battery and its screen is scratch resistant-which means you won’t have to waste money on screen protectors.
Now we come to the consumer-interest features of this beautifully designed phone. Its camera is incredible. It is 13.1 megapixels and is the first smartphone to have ever launched with HDR (High Dynamic Range) video recording. Some of Sony’s signature digital camera features have also been added to Xperia Z’s camera namely, sweep panorama, burst mode up to 10 shots per second and the option to capture full resolution stills when shooting video. The quality of pictures and videos is further enhanced by a massive 443ppi pixel density, which is notably higher than iPhone’s. Also, since the phone is waterproof, you can take pictures and make videos under the rain or underwater. Beach parties are only going to be that much more fun now.
The phone’s ports are all covered with flaps, even the headphones socket. Now this might seem unnecessary or ineffective, but trust us when we say that chances of the ports malfunctioning or getting inefficient are reduced by a great margin because of these flaps.
Performance wise, Xperia Z is an utter delight. There is absolutely no stuttering, scrolling is very smooth and the phone operates any and everything without even the slightest indication of slowing down. Heavy use of the phone drains the battery in about seven to nine hours, which is acceptable considering one does not use their phone heavily all the time. After the first low battery warning, the battery still lasts three hours more, which again is quite satisfactory.
One drawback is that the phone does not come with the latest version of Android, rather it has Android 4.1. However, Sony has promised that they will launch the phone with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.
All in all, Xperia Z is an excellent smartphone, from its design and elegance to its software, performance and battery. It is surely a necessity for smartphone lovers and for those who are in search for one.