Sony Xperia Z gets ripped apart by the FCC
Along with the usual collection of legal papers, the FCC included in the documentation some tear down pictures of the Sony Xperia Z. We are thinking that if we can just get our hands on the parts, we can call up that guy who put the phone together in less than 5 minutes on the video we showed you last week.
Anyway, for your perusal, read on to get a gander of the Sony Xperia Z, gone all to pieces.
source: FCC via Engadget
Sony Xperia Z FCC Teardown Fullscreen
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1. Katrina posted on 19 Jan 2013, 18:53 0 0
The first photo I think it's Xperia zl not z. As you can see the volume buttons are near the top and the phone seems to small to be z. And it seems like the camera is at the bottom too.
5. spiderpig2894 posted on 19 Jan 2013, 19:52 1 0
It is a Z. Why? Because the ZL has a camera placed at the center and in the image above in number 1, you can see that the camera is placed to the left so that means this phone being ripped off is the Xperia Z
7. MeoCao (unregistered) posted on 19 Jan 2013, 20:32 1 1
If I were Sony I would give Michelle Obama a Xperia Z, she will use it and take pictures of her husband taking oath.
Then a promotion campaign will follow: The Z, the Inaugural Phone
6. cripton805 posted on 19 Jan 2013, 20:15 0 0
Title a little misleading. I came on here expecting something bad.
8. JGuinan007 posted on 19 Jan 2013, 20:35 1 1
Man I didn't realize the Z had a sealed in battery! Why!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I really like this phone but non removable battery is a deal breaker for me. I need to be able to quickly swap out batteries one of the reasons I don't use Iphone , used to love HTC til the one series, and now Sony too. I don't like this trend in the industry.
10. HDShatter posted on 20 Jan 2013, 00:39 0 0
The trend is so they can make the phones thinner, which IMO is stupid. It is a ribbon though so it would be easy to switch if you needed to replace it.