Sony's Xperia Z flagship has been on sale in the U.S. for $629.99 for a few weeks already, but so far, it hasn't come to any of the U.S. carriers to be offered subsidized. That may change soon. According to Sony CEO Kaz Hirai at the D11 conference, a major U.S. carrier will be bringing it to market soon. He didn't give details on which carrier, but most of the industry speculation is suggesting it will be T-Mobile first. There is also a good chance it will come to AT&T too. We have been hearing rumors that AT&T will be getting the Xperial ZL, so it's not too far fetched they would get its bigger brother too. Here's a refresher on specs,
  • 5 inch Full HD display
  • LTE connectivity
  • NFC
  • 13MP rear camera
  • Quad-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon processor
  • 2GB of RAM
  • 2,330 mAh battery
  • Water and dust resistant

Are any of you guys interested in Sony's active life-style flagship Android?

Source: UnWiredView