Sony Says Xperia Z Series Is Dead

Posted: Feb 26 2016, 11:07am CST | by , Updated: Feb 26 2016, 11:15am CST , in MWC


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Sony Says Xperia Z Series Is Officially Dead

Sony Z series was one of the most popular Smartphone series around the world.

However, since MWC has started the Z lineup has been in danger with the introduction of new X line of handsets.

To clear our doubts and confusions, Sony has finally released an official statement regarding the matter.

The company has announced that the Xperia Z line has reached its final point.

It means that no new handset will be launched with respect to this series.

The reason for the departure of the series is due to the latest Xperia X series.

Sony has stated that the “Xperia Z series was all about bringing the best of Sony’s advanced technologies to Smartphones.While, the Xperia X series is based on bringing smart, adaptive Sony user experiences across camera, battery performance and hardware / software design.”

So, it has been clarified that the popular Z line does not exist anymore. It is clear that the X series is all set to overtake its place.

While the company announced the departure of the Z line, the main focus was on the introduction of the X series.

Coming to the recently unveiled Sony X series, Xperia X, Xperia XA and Xperia X Performance have made a good entry at MWC.

The range has been powered by the latest Snapdragon 820 SoC with world-class camera.

But the essence of the Z lineup, especially the display of the Z5 Premium is nowhere to be found.

Let’s see what effect has X series on the Sony’s financial report.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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