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Sony Rolls Out Xperia Z3+ in India, Priced at Rs. 55,990

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Sony Rolls Out Xperia Z3+ in India, Priced at Rs. 55,990

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Today, at an event held in Delhi, Sony announced the Xperia Z3’s successor for India. It is not the Xperia Z4 (the name we all expected), the company instead launched the Xperia Z3+.

The new smartphone is only a slight improvement over its predecessor. The device sports a 5.2-inch full HD (1080x1920p) LCD screen with Birds LUMINOS display technology. Its pixel density is more than 440ppi . A screen guard is also included with the device.

The smart adaptive display and the high-resolution audio promises to deliver the best gaming and entertainment experiences. Sony Xperia Z3+ comes with the IP (Ingress Protection) rating – IP65/68. This means that users can take the phone for a dip in the swimming pool (or any other fresh water body) up to five feet (1.5 metre) under water for close to 30 minutes. Provided that the phone’s ports are covered by the flaps that come with the package.

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Camera specifications include a 20.7MP camera with auto-focus and 4K resolution video recording while the front camera is 5.1MP snapper. It is powered by a 2,930mAh battery and comes shipped in with advanced 64-bit Snapdragon 810 series Octa core CPU, 3GB RAM. The smartphone comes only with a single option for internal memory – 32GB.

As a bonus, people who purchase this phone receive the Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 certified charger that is capable of fully charging your phone within 45 mins.

The device is priced at Rs. 55,990. The Sony Xperia Z3+ can go up against the likes of Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge and the Apple iPhone 6.

Specs

Sony Xperia Z3+

Display 5.2-inch full HD Birds LUMINOS display (1920x1080p resolution)
Processor 64-bit Snapdragon 810 series Octa core CPU
RAM 3 GB
Storage 32 GB, expandable up to 128GB
Main Camera 20.7MP
Front Camera 5.1MP
Battery 2,930mAh
Operating System Android 5.0 Lollipop
Price Rs. 55,990
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Rishi Baruah
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iGyaan Network's newbie Rishi Baruah is a musician hailing from Mumbai. He plays drums for a Delhi-based band and specializes in Concert Photography. Oh yes, he can cook up a mean four-cheese pizza.
14 comments
PuRu KhIlari
PuRu KhIlari

Nokia died because of internal politics.Nokia will be the KING soon.

Diamond Boy Sanku
Diamond Boy Sanku

old samsung galaxy s4 is still better at the price of 15K .. Overpriced Sony .. You will die like Nokia If you selling this kind of products

Ian Kathar
Ian Kathar

Does anyone still buy sony phones? My experience with Xperia U was horrible. Since then i don't check out any product from sony :/ M completely ditching products from sony, One can enjoy quality products with a better deal from other vendors.

Vishal Bajoria
Vishal Bajoria

Someone better pool in some extra money and get an iPhone 6 Plus. Quite a Lame Marketing Strategy from the Japanese Tech who have used the older version of Snapdragon 810 which has heating issues. One Down for Sony