IFA 2013: Sony Xperia Z1 Product Trailer Leaked Minutes Before Launch


Minutes before Sony went on to launch its Xperia Z1, a leaked product trailer was spotted on YouTube, giving away visuals of the phone along with basic information on functionality.

The trailer went on to talk about the materials that went into the phone. And from what we saw here, the Xperia Z1 is built like a dream. It uses durable tempered glass on its front and back, while the entire body is encased in a solid one-piece aluminum frame. Its design looks to be a more polished and stylized version of what we saw in the Xperia Z.

IFA 2013: Sony Xperia Z1 Product Trailer Leaked Minutes Before Launch


Its Full HD Triluminous display promises to be a visual treat at 5 inches as it uses the company's X-Reality engine for image processing. The device has a powerful 20.7MP camera in the rear that uses Exmor and Bionz technology.

The trailer ends by leaving us with two more valuable details. The phone is water proof and it comes in three colors, Pearl White, Purple and Black.

All in all, the design is something that you should definitely be excited about. Its full-metal design should give Samsung's placticy phone a run for their money.

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