clever display of the phone's ability to withstand water damage at a depth of 1 meter. When the screen is turned off, all background processes are shut down, enabling the 2330mAh battery to last longer. ClearAudio+, Bravia Reality Display and the Bravia Engine all enhance the multimedia experience of the Sony Xperia Z. And borrowing a page from HTC, the Sony camera now allows you to take still pictures while recording video.
So it would seem that the next stop on the Sony Xperia Z launch train is India. We have no pricing info yet, but that obviously will change next week if indeed the phone is set to launch on Wednesday. And with Android 4.1.2 pre-installed, Project Butter and Google Now are installed on the unit right out of the box.
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source: SonyMobileIndia via iGyaan.in