Hold on to your seats! We are almost there. Just few hours are left before Sony officially releases its brand new Xperia Z3 handset here in India. And considering the kind of hoopla we have seen being created in the last few days for the handset, we are expecting to something great.
The Xperia Z3 has received brilliant reactions for all across the planet from a number of critics. Sure it isn't the greatest Sony handset in terms of looks (that has been maintained in coherence with the previous Xperias), but when has that ever stopped Sony from claiming grand popularity among users?
Now with the clock ticking down to the final shipping of the handset in India, it looks like we are in for yet another great from Sony's Xperia range of handsets. But before all is said and done, here are the 5 key things about the handset that you should keep in mind.
Sure Apple is all about innovation, but Sony also knows a thing to about building handsets with passion. And the new Xperia Z3 is a prime example to that. The handset's super-slim, rounded aluminium frame, uniquely-designed power button and durable tempered glass panels, give it an elegant, premium finish.
Sony has crafted Xperia Z3 to be as efficient as possible in every detail, and has then teamed it with a battery that's incredibly powerful. This means an Android smartphone that now delivers an impressive two-day battery life. Although it hardly means you will actually forget about charging it, owing to its brilliant battery life.
Just when we said that the device will have a brilliant battery life, Sony has actually opted for a safer ground and fitted the handset with a Stamina Mode. Ultra STAMINA Mode will help you out, limiting your phone to core functions - like calls and SMS - so you can get every bit of charge from your battery.
The new Xperia Z3 will raise the bar in brightness, with display luminosity that goes above and beyond what we're used to. Combined with Sony's intuitive contrast enhancement technology, viewing is sharp even in bright sunlight. Thanks to IPS technology, this new Sony smartphone offers an improved viewing angle.
Sony's Xperia Z3 will arrive with its Exmor RS mobile sensor and the first ever ISO 12800 in a smartphone. This means you can test your smartphone with more low light situations and it will still get you the shot that you want. The handset offers the highest ISO for any smartphone, has a larger camera sensor with 4K Ultra High Definition video recording.