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Sony Xperie Z3 announced. One of the latest premium Android handsets around

cjmagowan  —  4 years ago ( Sep 04, 2014 )    |    Mobile


It wasn’t long ago when Sony unveiled the Xperia Z2 and now the Japanese Tech and Entertainment giant announces the new Xperia Z3, As a prompt update, the Xperia Z3 comes with a familiar outlook. Though this time around Sony has honed down the sharp edges of Z3’s predecessor and brings out a more rounded aluminum frame and streamline refinements.

The Xperia Z3 looks like a slight update that a completely new handset. Still it comes with top of the line spec’s that Sony’s flagship devices are often known about. It comes with 5.2-inch full HD 1080p display and a more powerful 2.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor. It comes with IP 65/68 certification for waterproofing.

As mobile shooting experience are improving over time. The Xperia Z3 comes equipped with a 20.7 Megapixel ExmorRS main camera with 25mm wide-angle G lens to capture more from every shot. Taking photos in low light condition has also been improved. Sony has added a world’s first ISO 12800 sensitivity in Xperia Z3’s arsenal to capture and highly detailed images from low-light environment. It also sport a handful of built-in imaging and video editing features to make most of the included imaging capabilities.

Music listening just got better with the new Xperia Z3, Sony includes its ground breaking DSEE HX technology which upscales the quality of MP3’s and ACC files either on the devices or from Sony’s Cloud music services to a near High-Resolution quality sound. And Together with Noise cancelling technology, Pairing the smartphone with Sony’s Noise Cancelling headset could reduce ambient noise by up to 98% improving the listening experience.

Sony is expected to launch the device before the end of the year. Though Sony haven’t announced specific markets where the new Xperia Z3 will roll-out first but we could definitely expect the handset to come into our shores simultaneously together with other regions.