The Sony Xperia Z, along with the ZL, form Sony’s Android flagships for early 2013. The phone has a five-inch 1080p screen, Snapdragon S4 quad-core processor, and a thirteen-megapixel main camera. One of its most stand-out features is its waterproofing, allowing the phone to function while fully-submerged, even recording underwater video. The Xperial ZL, though similar to the Z in many respects, lacks this key ability.
What does Sony’s Xperia X brand commitment mean for Xperia C, M?
Sony’s marketing department is transforming its Xperia brands into a unified “X” identity that will represent an expanded product range.
The Pocketnow Weekly Podcast, Episode 036: An Experiment
The HTC One squares off -again- against the Galaxy S 4, ultrapixels battle megapixels, Windows Phone gets some Pandora love, and we kick off a bold new experiment on YouTube. Listen to this week’s Pocketnow Weekly podcast to take it all in.
Galaxy S IV leaks keep us busy, but our new Pebble smart watches keep us busier. Listen to this week’s podcast for these stories, plus Xperia Z unboxing and Ubuntu pronunciation guides, listener mail, and so much more. Seriously, so much. For real.