A trio of Australian carriers will supposedly get the Sony Xperia Z in March

A trio of Australian carriers will supposedly get the Sony Xperia Z in March
The Sony Xperia Z is catching quote a buzz at CES 2013, especially with Sony's mechanical dunk tank continuously showing off the water resistant feature of the device. The big question on everyone's mind is when will the phone launch in my country. Well, if you live in Australia, we might have some idea.

John Featherstone in the head honcho for Sony's mobile business in Oceania. In Las Vegas, he happened to talk to some bystanders and told them a few interesting tidbits. The executive said that 80% of the handsets Sony will release this year will be 4G enabled. He added that all of them will be in the mid to high-end price range.

Finally, the exciting news for those in Australia is that according to Featherstone (and he should know), the Sony Xperia Z will be available from the three major carriers in the country sometime in March. Gizmodo Australia has already said that both Vodafone and Optus will be getting the Sony Xperia Z and Telstra already has a product registration page up and running online.

source: GizmodoAustraia via AndroidCentral

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