The Sony Xperia Z is one of the most outstanding Android in Smartphone. It has proved to be a popular choice for many people since the first release in February. Just last month, people have been told with regards to the speculation the Xperia Z for T-Mobile USA. Today, the news can confirm you that the said phone is a T-Mobile-bound. Possibly, there are many T-Mobile consumers who will consider Sony Xperia Z as their Smartphone choice since it is an incredibly striking handset. Previously, it was rumored that T-mobile have tested the phone and have seen some leaked images revealing the Xperia Z with T-Mobile branding. But nothing had been established until the Xperia Z has stated that it will be coming.
T-Mobile’s Xperia Z currently has FCC confirmation and approval of HSPA+ connectivity and AWS LTE. User manuals and Photos have also been publicized. After the HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4, this is likely to be T-Mobile’s 3rd full HD Smartphone and even though there is no official news on costing, it looks like to be sold with a down payment of $99 followed by the payments around $20 monthly over the next 2 years.
Specifications and Features
This Smartphone has a quad-core processor of 1.5GHz Qualcomm, 5-inch display, 16GB of internal storage (expandable through MicroSD) and 2GB of RAM. There is also a rear camera 13-megapixel and front-facing 2-megapixel camera and runs 4.1.2 Jelly Bean Android. It has an added benefit of being water and dust resistant. It comes in white, purple and black although not all shades will be on hand on all carriers.
Since T-Mobile has not formally announced the Xperia Z despite the uncertain release date. But, as the phone has currently passed through the FCC, it should not be that long until the launching date. Further news on pricing and availability will be revealed when definite time is confirmed.
An FCC filing does not mean a device that will appear on the American shores. However that’s typically factual for international models (occasionally incorrectly referred to as “AT&T bands”). When a manufacturer passed a device designed for certification, along with some specific radio sustenance for USA’s non-standard networks, it is a pretty secure guess that it is set for release next month.
If you are still holding on to your doubt, consider this little jewel. The FCC filing will include the complete manual for the user.