The Sony Xperia Z is a competitive smart phone ready to take on the Google Nexus 4 as well as the HTC One. Listed below are the four possible ways for Sony Xperia Z to defeat the in-demand Google Nexus 4 smart phone.
1. Camera and Display. The Nexus 4 has an 8MP rear sensor camera with 1080 p resolution that can capture images and videos. Sony Xperia Z offers a high-technology feature in picture taking with its 13MP camera and Exmor RS sensor which is incorporated as one of the smart phone's major camera feature. Sony Xperia Z display offers as well the 1080p resolution but it has a sharpness filter that makes the content rich in details for a nicer view and interaction with the contents of the images and videos.
2. microSD Card Slot. Google Nexus 4 smart phone has the 8GB and 16GB storage capacity with no microSD card slot. This serves as an advantage for the Sony Xperia Z because it has a microSD card slot that will allow the users to expand the available 16GB storage capacity up to 48GB.
3. Color Choices. Nexus 4 is currently offered with the black color but a white color option is expected to make an appearance at the Google I/O event in May. With the Sony Xperia Z, consumers can choose from the three available colors like black, white and purple. There is even a possibility that Sony will add more colors to the Xperia Z before 2013 ends.
4. PlayStation Certified. The Sony Xperia Z can offer the ultimate mobile gaming experience to the users because the smart phone is PlayStation Certified. The Xperia Z can get the most out of Sony's exclusive mobile PlayStation store that provides a wide range of games ahead of the available options in the Google Play Store.
In the mean time, Sony Xperia Z is becoming more available in other regions as one of the most sought after smart phone for 2013. The Xperia Z has already been released on the market in the European countries such as France and Germany.
Now, Sony has launched the Xperia Z price in Australia and the consumers from Down Under can even pre-order the remarkable smart phone. The Sony Xperia Z is included on the official Sony online store where the SIM-free version of the smart phone is worth AU$749. However, Sony has not confirmed when the Sony Xperia Z will begin its shipping.