Xperia Z by Sony Mobile

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HDR video camera

Xperia Z has the world’s first Exmor RS™ mobile with HDR for video, so you can take beautiful stills and movies even against strong light.

13 megapixel camera

The 13 megapixel fast-capture camera and the next-generation Sony Exmor RS™ for mobile sensor makes Xperia Z the Android cell that delivers crystal clear photos wherever, whenever.

Great in all light conditions

With Exmor RS™ for mobile and HDR, Xperia Z takes sharp photos and videos both in lowlight and strongly backlit conditions. The lowlight sensors on front and back make it the first dual Exmor R™ for mobile camera.

Superior Auto

Not a pro with settings? Superior Auto mode automatically activates HDR and noise reduction when they’re needed.

Smart, sleek & durable

No one knows how to best pack durability into a beautiful design like Sony. The slim 7.9 mm body, with its reflective glass surface, looks and feels slick, but Xperia Z is crafted to be water-resistant, dust-resistant and tough enough to handle whatever life has planned.

Water-resistant

The Xperia Z smartphone from Sony is water-resistant up to 1 meter.How can we be certain? In order to get the high IP55 & IP57 rating, we submerge Xperia Z under water for 30 minutes – and make sure it’s good as new when it comes out. It’s also resistant to water jets!

Tough as metal

The Xperia Z smartphone from Sony has a tough glass fiber polyamide frame.How solid does a precision engineered smartphone need to be? How about as solid as a car? Xperia Z’s frame is made from glass fiber polyamide, the same material that’s used as a metal substitute in automobile parts.

Durable glass

The durable tempered glass used on the Xperia Z smartphone display is much stronger than conventional glass.
The durable tempered glass on front and back is a lot stronger than conventional glass. And with anti-shatter film on the front and back, Xperia Z is anything but fragile.

Dust-resistant

We tested the Xperia Z smartphone to make sure it could stand up to dust.Since we can’t take every Android smartphone outdoors, we bring the dust tests to our labs. Before we label Xperia Z dust-resistant, we hang it in a dust-test chamber and make sure its operation is unaffected.

OmniBalance design

The Xperia Z design is focused on creating balance and symmetry in all directions.The design is focused on creating balance and symmetry in all directions. Xperia Z has beautiful rounded edges and smooth, reflective surfaces on all sides, which are held together by an innovative skeleton frame.

With One-touch mirroring you can mirror what’s on your smartphone on your TV with a single touch.

One touch to entertainment

Discover the easy and fast way to wirelessly share music, photos, videos – or anything that’s on your smartphone screen. One-touch mirroring with NFC technology lets you easily see all the content on your phone, on your TV. Just touch your phone to your BRAVIA® remote control and watch your game, photo or movie pop up on the TV screen. No cables, no buttons, no confusion.

*One-touch mirroring is designed to work together with an NFC-enabled BRAVIA® TV.

The Sony smartphone that’s anything but mundane

A screen so immersive you can get lost in it, images so real you feel like you’re there, and a camera that lets you capture the moment whenever and wherever it occurs. See how Xperia Z takes you to new places, and lets you connect in totally new ways.

Sony smartphone comes with Sony Entertainment Network.

Sony Entertainment Network – anytime, anywhere

Download a movie from Video Unlimited. Connect your smartphone to your TV and the TV launcher pops up automatically. Enjoy millions and millions of songs from Music Unlimited. It’s all on Sony Entertainment Network* and found with a common sign-on ID and digital wallet through your smartphone.

It’s the perfect fit for a life full of entertainment

Sony Entertainment Network*Sony Entertainment Network with Video Unlimited and Music Unlimited is not available in every market.

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