The battle for smartphones peaks day by day.
Interestingly, with the surprising return of Blackberry OS10 and the emphatic arrival of Windows 8. There has been fierce competition in the high-end smartphone space. A battle within a battle intensifies in the Android car. Google’s popular operating system is clearly the favorite of the volume-based smartphone industry. With leading brands competing for their fair share of the Android space. Google benefits from massive growth in its high-end consumer base.
The latest high-end smartphone from the Japanese giant Sony Corporation.
Sony Xperia Z is an honest attempt by Sony to create advances in the field of high-end smartphones. Driven by the irresistible sonic clarity exclusive to Sony, the Xperia Z certainly presents a palpable proposal. Sony benefits from a strong value of withdrawal of the brand in the world of consumer electronics. It is not surprising that the capital of the brand rubs easily with the smartphone versions of the brand.
Powered by an impressive camera, the ultra-thin Xperia Z offers a robust design. The phone does not seem heavy and lacks a certain feeling of “plastic” (more common with the Samsung Galaxy series). A phone with Jelly Bean Android technology. The Xperia Z is the most recent and perhaps the most promising of the stable Sony. The launch just before HTC One and the Samsung Galaxy S4, gives the Xperia Z a definite advantage, but is the phone ready to turn the hype into revenue figures for the brand (in terms of revenue) into difficulties?
A 1.5 GHz quad-core processor called Snapdragon Krait speaks a great deal about the response speed of the Xperia Z. The lenses and camera have always been the highlight of Sony phones, and the Xperia Z does not disappoint with this. respect. The Xperia Z has a powerful 13 MP patch, which may simply mean that the user no longer needs the DSLR. The internal memory of 16 GB is more than enough to meet the basic needs. As a compliment, the user can also expand the memory.
But, the most remarkable and cool feature of the lot is its unique body and design.
Sony claims that the phone is resistant to water and scratches. Therefore, you don’t have to worry about how you use it and for those who were big Nokia fans for the robustness of their phones, the Xperia Z with its incredible robustness could provide the perfect Phillip to cross.
A 2GB RAM supports the speed ratio and the response time is decent compared to the other compatriots of the Xperia Z. If you are a Bravia fan (remember the LED series of the Sony sustainable consumer market), you will love the screen resolution. A powerful 1080p HD screen reinforced by the Bravia engine is a pleasure for the eyes. Okay, it may not match exactly Apple’s retina display, but it surely makes you realize that it is slightly different from normal phones.
Ergonomically, Sony has always been a pleasure for the user.
The Xperia Z is no different in this regard. All control ports, SIM slot, volume controls, micro SD slots, power control, etc. They are cleverly spaced on each side of the phone. One thing that certainly goes against the Xperia Z is its contrast to viewing angles. The phone is simply not consistent from all viewing angles and the visible deviation from the standards fails to impress.
The Xperia Z is perhaps Sony’s latest roll. No wonder the brand spends a lot on marketing and sales promotions. In the United Kingdom, for example, the phone covered all visible points in the first two days of your ads. Sony has surely realized that it is no longer the product that will speak, but that the brand as a whole must speak. Surely, this is a sign that Sony has finally realized that it has to come and live in front of the audience and the changing landscape.