Sony’s Xperia Z smartphone has landed in the UK after a successful launch in Japan two weeks ago and there is plenty to be excited about. Sony has finally delivered a marquee flagship product that can be a serious contender at the top of the Android tree and give Samsung’s Galaxy S3 and Note 2 a run for their money. We think this high-end slate is a really good offering from the Japanese company and is laden with the highest quality specs that make it a desirable handset.
Sony announced the Xperia Z smartphone at CES 2013 back in January and then followed up by pencilling in a February release date. That release date has now arrived, and we are pleased to see that the Xperia Z is making its debut on several major carriers in the United Kingdom, including Three, O2, Carphone Warehouse and Phones4U. If you were smart enough to pre-order the handset then you could be a lucky winner of a pair of £300 Sony headphones.
Through Three UK, the Xperia Z is available in black or white and can be picked up on a 24-month contract of £34 a month for £69. It is also available on a pay as you go, but the handset in this instance will set you back £449.99.
With O2 is offering a black or purple variant of the Xperia Z and are offering a load of different tariffs with the cheapest coming in at £47 over 24-months. Carphone Warehouse and Phones 4U are multiple carrier retailers so have various deals for Sony’s flagship.