Shortly after Sony Xperia Z's official unveiling at CES, UK retailer Phones4U has announced that it'll start offering the 5" phablet starting this March. Retailer Clove has also announced it'll be offering the device.
Traditionally, the Z will also be available through the country's major carriers and Vodafone has went ahead and announced planned availability too. However, unlike Phones 4U, Vodafone hasn't specified the timeframe of the smartphone's arrival.
Sony hasn't announced the official pricing of the Z just yet, although Thai sources have indicated that the phone will be retailing there at around $655, meaning we might see the SIM-free device sell around the £450-500 mark in the UK.
Update: Clove has posted a £528 price tag for the unlocked, SIM-free version of the Xperia Z, which is a bit pricier than we initially expected.
The Sony Xperia Z runs on the latest Snapdragon S4 Pro with a quad-core 1.5GHz Krait processor, Adreno 320 graphics and 2GB of RAM. The smartphone is built around a 5" LED-backlit 1080p display with Mobile Bravia 2 Engine and has a 13MP Exmor RS camera sensor capable of 1080p video recording with HDR option at its disposal.
Pls let us know how much would be the retail price of the unit. tnx
400 plus ppi vs 300 plus ppi is big difference. stylus vs any other pen. No difference. I can tell you why? But i know you know the answer.
after 1 month the price will settle.. And it will be below $500