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Sony has long had a reputation for the development of cutting edge technology and it has an established pedigree through its family of smartphone devices. However, in recent years it has been overshadowed by rivals in the Smartphone market. Companies like Samsung and Huawei have consistency developed technology that has assured them the lio9ns share of the Android Smartphone market - while Sony has languished in its position as a second-tier supplier. However, Sony aims to change all of that with its Xperia Z. However laudable the company's ambitions even it can’t legislate against faulty components and inadvertent damage to it’s Z smartphone. Check out our range of spares for this mighty device if you are considering repairing it yourself.
The Japanese company has made its intentions for this model known to the market and consumers - it aims to provide a Smartphone that allows it to go head to head with rivals in terms of performance in a variety of areas including imaging and gaming - aside from performance of software and hardware related to standard mobile services and functions.
However, has Sony succeeded with the Xperia Z? Let's take a closer look at some of the highlights when it comes to this flagship Sony product.
Sony certainly has stepped up its game when it comes to this model. It's a solid piece of engineering that feels substantial - not at all 'plasticky'. The five-inch 1080p display that uses the 'Bravia Mobile Engine 2' delivers crisp and true images, while the 13-megapixel camera with enhanced video capability (delivered via the Exmor RS sensor) is a delight - even in the most challenging of light conditions. The 1.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor allows this phone to sit at the big boys' table along with manufacturers like Samsung and Apple. The water and dust resistant casing only add to the allure of this incredibly attractive phone. If there is one small niggle it might be that battery life is perhaps a bit on the skimpy side.
Every consumer that considers this smartphone will want to know the answers to questions relating to replacement parts and maintenance.
The answer, in short, is yes. Consumers experiencing battery issues can opt for an original Sony replacement or a generic 3rd party model which will save them a significant amount of money.
It can certainly be replaced.
The charge port can also be easily replaced.
Sony appears to have come up with a winning formula in the Xperia Z - let's see if the consumer agrees - only time will tell.
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