Sony revelaeed two New Falgship devices at the CES 2013 this year, Sony Xperia Z and Sony Xperia ZL. Some Sony twitter fans from Canada asked SonyMobile twitter account if the Xperia Z will be launching in Canada or not... Sony tweeted back that Both devices Xperia Z and ZL will be coming to Canada.
.@gmpope - yes both Z and ZL will be coming to Canada ^SM— Sony Xperia News (@SonyMobileNews) January 11, 2013
The company didn't announce any confirmed release date yet, but you can expect the device to ship worldwide during this Quarter (Q1, 2013).
Australia is the next major market the Sony Xperia Z is going to hit this March. Telstra has already opened forms where you can register your interest of buying the device.
According to the Head of Sony Mobile, the Australian Carriers Optus and Vodafone should also be offering the Xperia Z as well. This means that all major carriers in Oz will be offering the latest Sony flagship. No release date or price set for any carrier yet.
Sony has just revealed the Xperia Z 2 days ago. Today, Clove and Phones4U announced that they'll start offering the 5" Sony phablet starting this March in the UK.
Xperia Z will also be available through the country's major carriers and Vodafone has went ahead and announced planned availability too. However, unlike Phones 4U, Vodafone hasn't specified the timeframe of the smartphone's arrival.
Clove has posted that the Unlocked SIM-free version of the Xperia Z will be priced at £528 upon launch, which is a bit expensive that the expected price which was £450-490 but the price may go down a few weeks after the launch.
Besides the Sony Xperia Z announcement at the CES 2013, Sony also introduce a wide range of New innovative 3D camcorders with build-in Projectors to shoot & view right in the moment.
As a High-end Cam, there's a Sony camcorder with a 24.1MP sensor, 26.8mm Sony G Lens with manual controls, 3" 921K display, 0.27″ 201K electronic viewfinder and a 20 lumen built-in projector. It will cost around $1100, which is the best camcorder from sony yet.
The Mid-range camcorders start at $450 with a wide angle 26.8mm Sony G Lens, 3″ 230K display and mic/headphone jack. There's a model with a 13 lumen built-in projector, HDMI input and tracking focus ($600), one with 24p mode, Optical Stabilization and advanced 5.1 mic ($700) and one that combines all of these ($850).
The Low-range HD camcorder costs $250 and shoots 1080p60 video with a 8.9MP sensor and packs a 29.8mm wide angle Carl Zeiss Vario Tessar Lens. More expensive versions add more storage ($270), a 13 lumen built-in projector ($400) or Optical Steady Shot ($350).
Sony seems to be really proud of its hotly announced Xperia Z flagship smartphone as it has posted pretty lengthy video dedication to its key selling points including really cool close-up shots.
In the video, Sony Community Manager Marcus Hansson details the Xperia Z's powerful chipset and its IP57 certification. Watch the Video below to know more!