So yes, we’ve already fallen in love with the Xperia Z ever since it was unveiled during CES 2013. Even though we needed any more reason to lose our hearts to this beauty, here’s the latest astounding feature this phone has.
The Xperia Z’s 13.1 MP rear camera with its Exmos RS sensor can apparently click unlimited images at the rate of 10 images per second with a 9 MP resolution. A new video has surfaced on the internet, demonstrating how the phone managed to click 999 images within a duration of just 68 seconds. As mind-blowing as it sounds, you may wonder why on earth anyone would want to click so many pictures of one particular subject, especially if the subject is still.
However, its potential is immense for those extreme shutterbugs – think of how this mode can be used to click multiple images in motion, almost depicting the series like a slow moving video. It’s a brilliant device, which just got even more drool-worthy thanks to this feature. Now, Sony, could you please just put an end to our helpless waiting and release the phone into the markets already?… Read the rest
Yes, it’s been a while since we brought out extensive coverage of the absolutely gorgeous Sony Xperia Z. We know you’ve been waiting to get your hands on it for some time now, but it sure looks like your wait is ending soon. Sony’s flagship device with its 5-inch screen, quad-core processor and dust and water resistant body has finally started selling in Japan. You can buy it through NTT DoCoMo and shipping has already started to consumers who had pre-ordered the phone.
The Xperia Z available in Japan has been specially customized by Sony, and features a One Seg Tuner, FeliCa NFC as well as an infrared port, in addition to unique software features. You can choose from three color options – white, black and purple.
For European customers too, the wait is soon coming to an end. From what we have heard, the phone should hit the European markets by the end of this month and become more widely available by March. For Sony Xperia Z fans in India though, unfortunately, we still don’t know how much longer until the phone arrives here. But if you know someone in Japan or Europe, maybe you can request them to pick one up for you.… Read the rest
Sony Xperia Z Tablet has just surfaced and what is making this Tablet so popular is its waterproof slate which will surely take it places. The impressive thing about this Tablet is not only its 1920×1200 pixels display but the fact that it is packed in a super thin 6.9 mm waterproof chasis. It’s super chic design and waterproof light body puts this Sony beauty on a higher pedestal than Google Nexus 10 and iPad 4. Keeping the design trend in mind Sony Xperia Z Tablet has the same sports the same circular metal power key we first saw on the Xperia Z.
Find the detailed comparison of this tablet click here: https://techthirsty.com/2013/01/22/gadget-race-getting-hotter-google-nexus-10-vs-sony-xperia-z-tablet-vs-samsung-galaxy-tab-iii/… Read the rest
If you would have walked into the hustle bustle of CES 2013 with an intention of eying the hottest gadgets of the year 2013, without a doubt you would have gravitated towards Sony’s flagship offering, Sony Xperia Z. Sony Xperia Z and its sibling Sony Xperia ZL have created a tech buzz which according to tech analysts is not going to wear-off anytime soon. Reason: The three essential principals- big screen, a thrilling USP (water and dust resistance) and an outstanding camera, which Sony has followed while cooking up Sony Xperia Z.
Both the phones from Sony’s arsenal are basking in the glory of popularity and we can’t wait for them to get launched. While both look pulled together and polished they have few evident differences. Water and dust resistant feature is one which is missing out in ZL, also ZL is smaller than Xperia Z. The difference in the placing of front camera is palpable and raises eyebrows too. A few leaked photographs have shown that Sony Xperia ZL might have a display collaboration feature which adds excitement to photographs with its white balance, color saturation and hue characteristics.
So can we expect to see this irresistible feature in Sony Xperia Z too?… Read the rest