As expected earlier, Sony’s flagship smartphone has been added to T-Mobile lineup of entry-level messaging phones. You can grab the phone for just $99.99 upfront and pay the remaining value in $20 installments over the course of 24 months. Another option is to pay the phone’s full price of $579.99 at checkout. The advantage of this solution is that you won’t be tied down to T-Mobile for the next two years. As a incentive, for a limited time, the carrier throws free wireless speaker and free overnight shipping.
Sony Xperia Z for T-Mobile
Summer is the time to have fun, and to save money—just to have more fun. One feature on this phone is that it is water and dust resistant. That in itself makes this phone tough bargain to walk away from. When I hear summer, I immediately think of going to the beach and being upset that I have to be very parental and watch over my phone while trying to have a good time. However, with the Sony Xperia Z as the T-Mobile website description reads I may” Take photos by the pool and easily clean it from everyday spills and dirt” Reason being in the specifications of the build. It can be submerged under 3 feet of water for up to 30 minutes lasting way longer than Michael Phelps. All thanks to its ratings IP 55 and IP 57.
In addition to that, what else is good to have in a phone, to make the day just that more relaxing? Battery life, or shall I say battery stamina mode. When technology allows a phone to recognize the functions you aren’t really using, and when your display is on or off, you’ve hit a homerun. As most beach goers are into the habit of texting like mad scientist, inviting friends, updating friends, snapping photos, and just on their phones like there is no tomorrow.
It is also great to have a phone with powerful quad-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 Pro processor backed with 2GB RAM, that has its benefits in speed as well as responsiveness; as for responsiveness, apps are a smartphone haven, and the phone has to have apps on it, because they are tools now as well as games. We’ve always had the calculator and the famous ‘snake’ game, where you chase the dots with a snake while moving the arrow cursors, trying not to hit the wall. Try not to hit the wall on this one, and remember that ‘play store’ and ‘iTunes’ deliver thousands of apps including snake and advanced versions of it, calculators that help you tip waitresses or with your advanced calculus homework’s, planning agendas, face chat, and the list is never-ending of great things.
I would go with the Sony Xperia in a heartbeat.
more info: T-Mobile