Sony’s best attempt yet to compete with other flagship smartphones, the Xperia Z, is being released in the United States after a long wait following its launch in Japan and other countries. T-Mobile will carry the Xperia Z exclusively in the U.S. giving the “uncarrier” a new edge over its bigger rivals.
T-Mobile announced that it would exclusively carry the Sony Xperia Z on Tuesday and while an exact release date and pricing plans were not part of T-Mobile’s announcement, the company did state that it “will offer the device on its Simple Choice Plan with no annual service contract plus unlimited talk, text and Web” on the company’s 4G and 4G LTE networks, the latter of which is available in select cities right now.
“T-Mobile customers traveling this summer will love the Xperia Z with its big, beautiful HD screen, water-resistant design and advanced camera features,” said Jason Young, T-Mobile’s vice president of product marketing. “This is an outstanding combination: a premium 4G LTE smartphone with Sony’s best features coupled with T-Mobile’s unlimited data and speedy nationwide network.”
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