Sony CEO Hirai: Xperia Z coming to US carrier shortly

Sony CEO Hirai: Xperia Z coming to US carrier shortly

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Sony CEO Kaz Hirai had some good news to deliver on stage at D11 -- for US fans, at least. According to Hirai, the Xperia Z, which currently serves as the company's flagship smartphone, is expected to arrive on a US carrier shortly. Unfortunately that's the extent of the...
Sony CEO Hirai: Xperia Z coming to US carrier shortly
                                     

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