Sony has finally disclosed the price and release date of its latest flagship phone, Xperia Z2, which was announced just a few days ago. The smartphone is scheduled to be released on 1 April in the UK and will have a price tag of £544.98 SIM free from Unlocked Mobiles.
The smartphone will come with some free goodies from Unlocked Mobiles, such as a SRS-BTM8 speaker valued at £79.99, noise-cancelling headphones priced at £20 and “content” worth £100.
Meanwhile, the flagship phone of Samsung, the Samsung Galaxy S5, has been priced at £599.98 and will be available for the public on April 11 2014.
Some of the features of the Sony Xperia Z2 are waterproof body, 20.7-megapixel camera, slightly bigger screen of 5.2 inches, Android KitKat, 2.3GHz chip and 4K video recording.
Sony Xperia Z2 will compete with other big devices soon to be launched in the market – Samsung’s Galaxy S5 and HTC’s next flagship, the New HTC One.
However, not much information is available about HTC’s upcoming flagship phone, and t is scheduled to carry out an event on March 25 where it will disclose the full details, so we will be able to gather more information about the event then.
The tech industry is getting more exciting with every passing year as new technological inventions enable users to do various stuff that were once thought to be impossible.
The year 2013 witnessed how smartphones and tables have gnawed away at the dwindling PC market, even as thinner and lighter products that do not compromise with the immense power of PCs foraying into the market and emerging as the new benchmark in the industry. Innovative AV standards like 4K has become quite popular and on the other hand, cloud storage is gradually phasing out its physical contemporary as we are moving towards a future that will be dominated by the digital age.
As 2013 draws to a close and we are all set to welcome 2014, there some exciting and interesting developments lined up in the technology industry. The year 2013 saw large-screen sleek Android phones like Samsung Galaxy Note and Sony Xperia Z 2 Ultra, prove one definite thing that there is a huge market for such devices.
far, Apple has resisted taking its iconic iPhone range into the fast-emerging phablet space. However, the smartphone segment has never demonstrated or justified the concept of one size fits all. There are several indications that Apple’s Tim Cook might be seriously thinking of embracing the new trend of big screen devices.
What poses as a severe threat to iOS range from Apple is the immensely popular Galaxy series from Samsung. The build quality of Galaxy series devices is probably the only department where they lag behind from Apple. So far, the South Korean handset maker has made its flagship phones in feeble polycarbonate. However, if reports are anything to go by, then this is set for a major overhaul in the year 2014.
The Windows Phone OS has come of age and now is a strong contender to Android and Apple iOS.