Sony Xperia Z2 has just been released in Taiwan and is scheduled to reach other markets by May 1st week. It has been priced at about £474, €565, $782 when we convert the sale price of Xperia Z2 in Taiwan to different currencies. There are different price points, some of which would be dictated by special offers or discounts while some would be dictated by the seller or the retailer where from you would buy the Z2.
While launching the Sony Xperia Z2, Kurozumi Yoshiro, the Creative Director of the company, made a remark that the company has developed a practice of waiting for six months prior to launching the next version of an existing Smartphone or tablet. It was very obvious that he indicated towards a launch of an upgraded and more advanced version of the Sony Xperia Z2. Naturally, rumors have been weaved up and there is the speculated Sony Xperia Z3 on the cards.
Experts feel that Sony Xperia Z3 would be launched sometime in August or September. The gadget may not see the light of the day until the year end but the formal announcement would come midyear, staying in line with the February announcement of Sony Xperia Z2 and the subsequent six months wait that the company would indulge in.
Sony hasn’t been known to be aggressive with its product launches or at least with the upgraded and newer versions of existing models but that has been changing quite rapidly in recent years. It is being suggested by experts and market watchers that the Japanese company needs to fasten up their seat belts and keep remodeling their gadgets quickly to stay relevant at a time when other brands, particularly Apple, Samsung and HTC among others, are launching back to back upgraded and new versions of existing models. Sony cannot afford to lose its market share or let go on acquiring a new chunk of the emerging market that is not yet too obsessed with any of the other major brands.
Sony Xperia Z3 is expected to come in with quad core processor, much higher resolution display than what came in the Z2 and a fascinatingly high pixel density in the display screen. Other prominent features like being waterproof and niftily designed are likely to be kept untouched. There might be some upgrades inside and outside but the specific nature of those amendments would be only known when there is some more information, sourced either formally or informally.
Check out the Sony Xperia Z3 review details at www.xperiaz3guide.com.