When Sony took the wraps off the Xperia Z1 at IFA 2013, most of the folks in the tech community already had the idea about the phone, except for the name which was previously rumored to be Honami.
Apparently Sony's not happy with the leaks, and is planning to tighten the belt in a bid to save the element of surprise. To do that, Sony is now putting posters on its offices reminding employees to avoid leaks. The poster, with a huge "No more leakage!" headline, details some guidelines to follow for confidential phones.
Among the rules include: do not use phones without protective cover, do not show phones to individuals outside of Sony Mobile (unless NDA is signed), do not upload any pictures to social networks, publicweb pages etc., do not use 3rd party benchmarking applications.
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