The Sony Xperia ZL has been available for purchase since March 2013, but we have yet to see the AT&T version which made its way through the FCC earlier that same month. Unfortunately for those who have been looking to pick up a subsidized version of the Xperia ZL, the only way to get your hands on the device is by paying its full retail price of $759.99 at Sony’s online store, although it recently went through a price cut and is now available for $569.99. Regardless of the Xperia ZL’s inability to make its way to the U.S. on a major wireless carrier, the Android device is supposed to be “the best of Sony in a smartphone,” which when you consider what the company is capable of creating, is quite the claim. The Xperia ZL certainly does have an impressive set of specs as it has a 5-inch 1080p display, 1.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon S4 processor and a 13MP camera, but is this really a device that encompasses the best Sony has to offer in a smartphone? Hopefully we’ll be able to answer this question in our review of the Xperia ZL, so without further ado, let’s get into this.
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Sony Xperia ZL Specs Display: 1920 x 1080 Display Size: 5” Display Type: TFT LCD Processor: 1.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon S4 RAM: 2GB Storage: Up to 16GB MicroSD: Yes > Up to 32GB Battery Capacity: 2370mAh Rear-Facing Camera: 13MP Front-Facing Camera: 2MP Weight: 151.10g Dimensions: 131.57 x 68.58 x 9.90 Official specs can be found on Sony.com Context Cell phone usage varies greatly from person to person, so we feel it’s important to describe how we tend to use our cell phones on a regular basis. I rarely go anywhere without my cell phone as no matter where I am, it’ll always be in my pocket ready to be used. When I use my cell phone, it’s to check up and respond to emails, chat with friends and family through instant messaging, communicate through various social networks and listen to music and podcasts.
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I also use my cell phone for miscellaneous activities, such as playing a game of Candy Crush Saga every so often or taking a picture of something that I find interesting or need to capture an important moment in my life. While these activities are done on a not-so-frequent basis, they’re still important to me. I currently carry around an iPhone 5 and a HTC One as I always like to have an iOS and Android device on me since they’re currently the top mobile operating systems. My iPhone 5 is my own personal device, while the HTC One is a loaner unit. I also have a Windows Phone 8 device, but I only use it when there’s something new available that I need to cover for work.