Sony Xperia Z, formerly known as C660X Yuga, has been unveiled at the 2013 CES event in Los Angeles. Nearly half a million viewers have seen Sony's promo video within the past 24 hours. (Watch the video below.) How much is Xperia Z, and where can you get it?
Most of the rumours about Sony's new flagship smartphone proved accurate. The Android sports the look and size of a phablet, with a 5-inch full HD display. More information below.
Sony Xperia Z: How much, and where to buy? (Image: GSMarena.com)
Mobile phone stores and carriers are expected to have the Xperia Z in stock by March 2013.
Tech Radar reported Phones 4U is already accepting pre-registration for the Xperia Z. The store believes the device will be available as early as March 1. However, the UK-based store has yet to release a price. Clove UK, on the other hand, has announced a SIM free price of £528 (AU$800).
According to Gizmodo, Xperia Z will see Australia by March, as well. Australian carriers Telstra, Optus and Vodafone have yet to announce pre-order arrangements. Vodafone UK, however, has confirmed to Tech Radar that it will be offering the Z phablet.
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