BY | March 7, 2013

It is going to be a very encouraging news for Japanese tech giant’s fans. Sony Xperia ZL is finally coming to Russia, India. Here we take a look at its price, specs

Sony Xperia ZL is making waves across the world. The handset comes with top specs, great design and a very sturdy body. To be true the reviewers who have used the handsets are very impressed with its wow factor.

There is no doubt that when it comes to beauty of a handset, there is simply no competitor for Japanese tech giant Sony. All its products are impeccably crafted by the best designers and follow aesthetics almost complete.

Reports suggest that the handset is being launched in different markets across the world. The two countries where it is set to be introduced immediately are Russia and India. In Russia the handset is priced at $900 while in India its price has been fixed at Rs 36990. The company is betting big in both the market as it believes there is huge potential for it.

Though Sony Xperia is sturdier compared to the Sony Xperia ZL, nonetheless the handset comes with enough power and attractions to sweep you off your feet. The handset comes with the temptation of any top class smart-phone available in the market. The 5-inch smart-phone or phablet or whatever you call it comes with a five inch full high definition 1080 display. The handset will be game for multitasking as it will come with very powerful Qualcomm quad-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, as well as 2GB of RAM. Another great feature of the handset is the fact that it comes with extremely good camera. Its rear camera will come with 13.1-megapixel. Besides it will run on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. The handset seems to be very competitive and seems to be a good response to recently introduced HTC One and LG Optimus G Pro.

In the meantime Sony’s online store in Russia says that the handset is up for grab for 27,490 rubles, or around $896. Though it is a big expensive, but people will fall for it immediately.

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