Submitted by febreeze1 967d ago | article

Sony Xperia Z - The Most Durable Smartphone

JustCastle: The Xperia Z is Sony’s next flagship phone in their Xperia line of smartphones. The Xperia Z features a 5-inch 1080p HD Reality Display (1920 x 1080), “Dragontail” glass which is six times as strong as gorilla glass, 2GB of RAM, a 13.1MP rear camera, 2.2MP front-facing camera, 4G LTE data speeds, and a 1.5 GHz Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core processor. (Gadgets, Phones, Sony, Sony Xperia Z)

CraigandDayDay  +   967d ago
Very nice phone
Anarki  +   966d ago
Nokia 3310 begs to differ..
kingmushroom  +   966d ago
nokia sucks
Anarki  +   965d ago
But the 3310 is still the most durable phone ever!
aiBreeze  +   967d ago
So tempted to get this when my contract runs out in a few months, Samsung have kept their cards close to their hands though and will be interesting to see what they do with the Galaxy 4.
fruman23   966d ago | Trolling | show
kingPoS  +   966d ago
The ever detestable cracked screen.
It happens to the even best of us.
Doctor_Freeman  +   966d ago
Dats nice! Damn I'm not due for an upgrade until July. I still like my RAZR Maxx though.
Tzuno  +   966d ago
Samsung sucks for me.
Angerfist  +   966d ago
Looking at the Specs and the Price this seems like a Steal, Sony has to attract some People i think for selling it at that Price, looks more like it would be in 700€ Price Range.
Gimmemorebubblez  +   966d ago
@fruman How can you say yours is f****d when it only had a limited release in Japan yesterday. Get a life troll!
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Only thing it's missing a bigger screen like samsung note 2. Other than that awsome phone!
CraigandDayDay  +   966d ago
It's 5 freakin inches. LoL. How big of a screen do you really NEED on a phone? This quest for the ever-enlargened phone has to stop at some point...or else we'll all be carrying around tablets in our pockets.

The iPhone 5 has a large enough screen for me and its only 4" and my galaxy s2 is plenty big too.
chadwarden  +   966d ago

Once you go big you can't go back son
Rattlehead20  +   966d ago
I had a go on it yesterday. Despite it's power, it still chugs a bit. Even when performing a simple task like changing homescreens.

Look nice, stunning screen, but Sony's track record in the mobile division isn't the best.
Kur0  +   966d ago
Just root the phone. Usually that speeds things up.
gustave154  +   966d ago
amazing phone... looks sexy as hell too.
classic200  +   966d ago
adorie  +   966d ago
coolbeans  +   966d ago
It hasn't even taken the REAL test yet: blasting Yanni through the speakers.
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akaakaaka  +   966d ago
this is a phone! sadly is not coming for boost :/
and i put plans first and phone after but this one is tempting me...
mamotte  +   964d ago
It seems like is finally time to change my Nokia Xpress Music 5130.

I know, I know, I'm living in some kind of stone age.

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