Xperia Z3 listing shows up on Sony Mobile US site with T-Mobile flavors only

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Next week on October 9, Sony is set to make major announcement here in the US about its new Xperia Z3 phones. The whole new line of products was first unveiled at IFA Berlin 2014 and included the Xperia Z3, Z3 Compact, Xperia Z3 Compact tablet and an Android Wear powered SmartWear.

Today, Sony Mobile USA added the Xperia Z3 (in black) to its smartphone product line. What’s intriguing is the fact that they called it ‘Xperia Z3 T-Mobile.” It is the only US variant present the phones page. This could mean that it may launch as a T-Mobile phone first – just like its predecessor the Z2. Other carriers like Verizon, AT&T and Sprint may follow.

The listing also mentions the Z3 coming with 32GB of internal storage, 5.2-inch FHD display, 20.7MP rear camera, 2.2MP front camera, 2.5GHz Snapdragon 801 processor and a 3,100 mAh battery. Let’s not forget that it is also a waterproof phone and is IP6 and IP68 certified.

Rumors suggest that this phone will be available for pre-order on October 17 with a release date of October 31.

Thanks Kyro

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  • Mickalyn Metcalf

    I hope they bring this phone to Verizon, and they better give me more choices than just black. I want the green one

  • Troy Lucia

    Verizon better get the compact

  • Ciphr’D

    In a way, pushing release date to end of October is good for customers as they can get a chance to consider Nexus Shamu, Note 4, Z3 and some speculated wierdo HTC selfie phone. I really wish to hold off till Snapdragon launches their 64bit SoC before I make the jump into Android!

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