Sony Xperia Z1 hands on and first impressions
| by Roydon Cerejo |
Hot on the heels of the Note 3 launch, Sony launched their flagship Xperia Z1 in India. Weirdly, both Samsung and Sony had the event at the exact same venue, down to the very same ballroom! In any case, we were present both days and having brought you a hands on with the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear, let’s have a quick look at Sony’s latest flagship device which was recently unveiled at IFA 2013. We aren't going to go too much into the specifications today as you can read all about that here.
Sony Xperia Z1
Sony Xperia Z1
Sony has launched the Xperia Z1 at an MRP of Rs 44,990 which is roughly the price we expected. The online price is closer to Rs 43,000 which is exactly the same as Sony’s Z Ultra, which can be confusing to customers. Even though we’ve not yet tested the Z1, it’s safe to say that it makes a much better option between the two. This also happens to be the cheapest Snapdragon 800 handset in the market right now so if you’re a numbers man (or woman), then this is the holy grail of all the current SoCs. However, we have a sneaky feeling that LG may disrupt Sony’s claim to fame when they launch the G2 sometime next week. To sum up, the Xperia Z1 is the beautifully crafted and insanely powerful phone with a pretty mean camera to boot. It’s essentially what the Xperia Z should have been in the first place. Props to Sony for updating their flagship in a matter of six months and giving us something that’s deserving of the title.
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