Sony Brings Out Xperia Z With Exciting Range Of Accessories

The much-awaited Xperia Z, touted as offering the best of Sony in a smartphone, will launch in the Philippines with an exciting range of accessories that promise to enhance the model's core advantages.

''The wide range of accessories that can be paired with the Sony Xperia Z make it an especially attractive smartphone,'' says Yasushi Asaoka, President and Managing Director of Sony Philippines. ''For instance, these accessories can enable sharing of pictures and music across devices wirelessly and with ease, thus making the user experience even more engaging,'' he adds.

Among the wide range of accessories are NFC-enabled devices that feature Sony's One Touch technology, enabling users to experience the power of the perfect pairing with gadgets like the Xperia Z. Employing the use of Near Field Communication (NFC), One Touch allows NFC-enabled devices to transfer content just by touching them together or bringing both into close proximity with each other.

Sony's latest NFC-enabled Wireless Headset DR-BTN200M bring out its signature brilliant sound. An innovative over-the-ear wireless headset with built-in microphone, music controls, and call handling, Sony's newest music accessory also works well with any Bluetooth-enabled smartphone, tablet or computer.

A more mobile option for the Xperia Z or ZL would be the Sony Stereo Bluetooth Headset SBH20, an easy-to-use Bluetooth headset for users who prefer more straightforward music control and call handling. Featuring the premium dynamic sound of Sony and HD voice-ready capacity, this NFC-enabled headset offers impressive value for money and seamless One Touch connectivity.

Meanwhile, a selection of nifty cases available for Sony Xperia designed by Dicota highlights the sleekness of Sony's superphone. Made of durable, impact-resistant Thermoplastic Polyutheranes (TPU), each case boasts an easy snap-on feature, access to all ports and controls, and a distinct Dicota design suitable for specific types of users.

Equally unique Dicota options are flip cover cases in vivid Purple and classic White, with a 'stand' option for the Sony smartphone.

The Flip covers feature the use of synthetic leather and microfiber lining, while the body utilizes the toughness of TPU, ensuring full-on protection and style for both Xperia Z and ZL.

Also available are edgy special edition Krusell covers made especially for select Xperia smartphones. Colorfully decked in eye-catching hues, ColorCover cases feature precise, model-specific cutouts for the Xperia Z, ZL and E/E Dual and are easy to mount, remove, or change. Rubberized coating and an anti-slip function keep the smartphone safe, while a metallic finish gives it an overall modern look.

Customized FrostCover cases for the Sony superphone boast transparent designs to show off the Xperia smartphone's iconic glass back, while the TumbaSlimCover for the Xperia Z and ZL offers full protection and style through a plastic mold encased in quality genuine leather with velvet inner casing, and a safe snap-on locking ability.

With a timeless design and make for the Xperia smartphone, the DonsöFlipCover is a beautifully-crafted accessory for superphoneXperia Z. Its sleek, model-specific build provides easy access to the smartphone, while its genuine leather outer covering and velvet inner portion guarantees effortless elegance and sophistication.

The case is made even handier with an inside pocket for business and credit cards, ideal for working individuals on the go.

Also, keep the Xperia smartphone screen pristine with Krusell's premium screen protector for the full experience.

Poised to shake up the smartphone landscape, the Xperia Z impressively boasts all key areas of Sony's known expertise: unparalleled viewing via a 5'' Full HD 1080p Reality Display, sharp and vivid image and video capturing with a 13-megapixel fast-capture camera and HDR video recording, and iconic design and durability, thanks to its waterproof and dust-proof features, durable glass display, and improved standby time through battery STAMINA mode.

Armed with 1.5 GHz asynchronous Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core processor with 2GB RAM, Sony's One Touch technology, and 4G LTE (Long Term Evolution), the Xperia Z is set to up the ante in smartphone performance standards, promising users a much better and faster, yet uniquely Sony experience.

Sony superphoneXperia Z arrives in the Philippines in the first quarter of 2013.


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