Sony's Xperia Z3 Series to Launch in India on September 25th


Sony recently announced the Xperia Z3 line of devices during IFA 2014 in Berlin, and while the devices are due to go on sale any day now in Europe, it does take these things a little longer to reach India. Thankfully though, these days it doesn't take companies much longer to bring their latest wares to India, and if Sony wants to succeed in the mobile business, we'd think that the company would want to launch in the second-largest mobile market pretty soon after anywhere else. A fairly big name in India, Sony's devices have never come cheap, but with the company struggling in the mobile arena and the Xperia Z3 series not costing quite as much as the Z2 line did when they launched, this time around things might be different.

As FoneArena is reporting, Sony India is sending out invites to an event that asks attendees to "Demand Great", which was the tagline of their IFA 2014 conference, so it's pretty safe to say that September 25th is the date Sony launch their new line of Xperia Z devices onto the Indian public. Of course, the Xperia Z3 in copper featured in the background also helps to give it away. Hopefully, this means that the whole Z3 line of devices will be launching at the same time, including the flagship Xperia Z3, the Z3 Compact and the new Z3 Tablet Compact.

For those unfamiliar with this year's Xperia Z3 line, Sony's new line of devices feature a size for everyone and Sony's first 8-inch tablet in the Z3 Tablet Compact. Fans of the Xperia Z1 compact will be happy to hear that there's now a new, Xperia Z3 Compact which features the same Snapdragon 801 and 3GB of RAM that the new Z3 features. Speaking of the larger Z3, the 5.2-inch device is mostly the same from the Z2 and includes similar specs including 3GB of RAM, however the device is a little slimmer and a little shorter. The overall design however, has taken a more curvy change, with more rounded sides and a softer approach when compared to the digital look of previous Xperia Z devices.

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