There’s a lot to like about the Sony Xperia Z Android phone. It looks and feels great in the hand, and has a host of eye-grabbing features, including the full high definition screen for watching movies, a great camera, long battery life, and the unique water and dust resistance feature.
The Japanese technology firm’s latest device—priced at R38,990 and easily the best Android phone Sony has ever produced—is jostling for consumer attention in the high-end smartphone segment, alongside Apple’s iPhone series, Samsung’s Galaxy smartphone range and the BlackBerry Z10. I spent almost 15 days with this beautifully designed device and take my word, the Xperia Z is a phone that will make your friends jealous. Read on to find out.
It is true that Sony is one of the most recognised consumer electronics brands in the country, with a reputation for new age technology and fairly good after sales service. I have personally been a user and fan of Sony products since many years; Sony Bravia 42-inch LED TV is the latest gadget in the living room, joining the ranks of a Sony music system, DVD player and a Sony Walkman (all still running smoothly). Therefore, it was a natural extension for me to associate with the Xperia Z. This is the first smartphone to be entirely developed by the Japanese firm since its separation from mobile phone partner Ericsson last year.
By any yardstick, this is easily Sony’s best phone
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