MWC 2014: Sony announces Xperia Z2 Smartphone; 5.2 inch and Android 4.4

The upgraded version comes with Z1 like 20.7 MP camera in a lighter and bigger form.


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Keeping this years MWC bandwagon rolling, Sony has officially introduced its Xperia Z2 smartphone that succeeds the last year's Xperia Z1 as its flagship model. Xperia Z1 was widely regarded for its superior camera, hardware combined with built and looks. And with Xperia Z1, the Japanese brand has upgraded its hero model to the next level with latest Android version and well equipped hardware.

Taking a closer look at the make of Xperia Z2, you have a 5.2 inch Live color full HD display that is running on Android 4.4 KitKat OS something that Sony has yet to offer to the Xperia Z1. It packs the latest quad-core Snapdragon 801 chipset from Qualcomm clubbed with bigger 3 GB RAM. In terms of looks, the Z2 is reminiscent of the Z1 barring the fact that the Z2 comes in bigger size as well as lighter form.

Keeping the Z1 tradition intact, Sony has added the same 20.7 MP rear camera on the Xperia Z2 with some minor tweaking that apparently makes the camera on the Z2 more competent and powerful according to Sony. Loaded with a 3200 mAh battery, Xperia Z2 is sure to answer user's need for longer day-to-day device life. It comes with 16 GB internal memory, expandable up to 64 GB via microSD slot.

The company has not detailed the availability and pricing information but one can expect the device to make its way to markets in the coming months.

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rajaswaminathan 25 February 2014 at 10:05 PM Reply

very eager


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