Although Sony has made many compelling smartphones, especially the Z2, which is a very good phone. While the company has quite a potential in the U.S market, after the Z1S, the company has not made any carrier partner to bring new handsets to the US, but maybe all of this will change with the up and coming Xperia Z3?
A “trusted source” of TechnoBuffalo firmly believe that the fourth largest carrier, or “uncarrier” in the U.S, T-Mobile, will be the first carrier to carry the Sony Xperia Z3, set to be announced during IFA. According to the source, after September 3rd, the day Sony has its IFA 2014 conference, T-mobile will be able to sell the phone just a few days after with a full-price of no less than $500, which is in line with other high-end smartphone of this year.
The rumored Z3 will be featured a 5.2-inch Full HD display, runs on a 2.5GHz Snapdragon 801 (a minor improvement from the 2.3 GHz of the Z2), 3GB of RAM, 20.7MP back camera-so overall, the phone’s specification is almost the same as the Z2, but supposedly will be thinner.