Sony Xperia Z1: “The Zinger is here!”

With Samsung introducing their latest phablet flagship this IFA 2013, Sony’s got their armors protected as they threw in their answer to Sammy’s Note III, the Sony Xperia Z1. If you can recall, the Z1 was previously codenamed as Honami I1 and leaks also showed some of it’s most exciting parts including the 20 MP shooter featuring Sony’s latest G Lens.



5″ Full HD (1920×1080)TFT Display

Android 4.2.2

2.2 GHz Krait Quadcore Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 MSM8974

Adreno 330 GPU

2 GB RAM, 16 GB internal Storage expandable up to 64 GB

20.7 MP f/2.0 Exmor RS Rear Camera with LED Flash

Full HD (1080P) Video Recording

2 MP Front Facing Camera

LTE Connectivity

Wi-Fi 802.11 a, b, g, n, n 5GHz, ac

Bluetooth 4.0

GPS, AGPS, Turn by Turn Navigation

USB 2.0


3000 mAh Battery Capacity


Nokia gave the world a blast when it revealed the Nokia Lumia 1020 packing a boasting 41 MP Pureview Camera Shooter but that doesn’t stop the fight among camera smartphones. Sony brought their knight when they unveiled the Z1 which has a pretty decent 20.7 MP Exmor RS shooter which should compete side by side with the Lumia 1020.

The camera performance is the Xperia Z1’s main selling point as it offers the basic functionalities and even more extra goodies in it. The Exmor RS Sensor, which are consistently used by Sony, is their answer to Nokia’s Pureview Technology. It performs great even in low lighting condition which is commonly the downside of most flagship devices. It features a very good f/2.0 aperture, “3x clear zoom”  and Sony’s G Lens, a new armor for Sony devices. Also, a dedicated camera key will help the photo capturing with ultra fast camera launch at its press, another edge to those competitors’ flagship.


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