Sony Xperia Z Heading To T-Mobile, Stops At FCC First
Even if Sony Xperia Z is received well in Europe and Asia, the North American continent hasn’t tasted any bit of it yet as the smartphone has to pass the FCC standards first. But as we all know, the procedure is just a routine as most of the devices are made to pass these kinds of standards and the real question is: which carrier is going to sell the flagship device? Well, as a start, and considering previous rumors, T-Mobile is the target and even if they haven’t said anything about this yet, it is expected to be the first US carrier who will sell the Android based smartphone.
As you all know, Sony is making technological progress with its Xperia line-up and Xperia Z is designed to be a high end smartphone who can steal some customers from its competitors and also satisfy Sony’s regular customers. Its 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Quad Core Snapdragon S4 Pro CPU processor and the Adreno 320 graphic pack combined with the 5 inch Full HD TFT capacitive display capable of 1080p resolution on 441 ppi can be a serious thread for Samsung and HTC.
In other words Xperia Z can prove its capabilities and here are some other important specs which will make a good picture for what I’ve said before. Inside it has 2 GB of RAM memory and a storage memory of 16 GB or 32 GB with the option of extending it up to 64 GB trough the microSD memory card slot. The battery features a 2330 mAh offering enough power to run the smartphone trough the day at full power. As for the cameras, well, Xperia Z features a 13 MP rear camera and a 2.2 MP front facing camera, both of them powered by EXMOR R sensors.
Enough said now, its time to see it in action now, but first we’ll have to wait for an official announcement by T-Mobile, which will come soon, but how soon?