CES 2014: Sony Xperia Z1S smart, waterproof flagship Android smartphone on T-Mobile
Smartphones are unveiled in numbers at CES, one of the most appealing smartphone at the CES 2014 is the new U.S. flagship Android smartphone – waterproof Sony Xperia Z1S. Scheduled to be made exclusively available in the U.S. from T-Mobile beginning January 22 for $528 on 4G LTE network nationwide, the Xperia Z1S is the latest, one of the slimmest and perhaps the most durable smartphone from Sony. Accompanied with an IP58 rating, the Sony Xperia Z1S is the first waterproof flagship smartphone in the U.S. It features a 20.7 megapixel camera, Sony G Lens, BIONZ for mobile image processing engine, CMOS sensor and a 5-inch Full HD Triluminous HD display for mobile with X-Reality, making it the most pocket-friendly compact smartphone for Sony and Android buffs.
Sony graces the Xperia Z1S with premium design with attention to details. The smart, sleek and waterproof smartphone is a slight twist on previously launched hardware of the Xperia Z series phones. Featuring 2.2 GHz Qualcomm MSM8974 Quad Core processor, 3,000mAh battery and 32GB internal storage, the Z1S unlike any other camera phone you have seen. Sony’s BIONZ for mobile image processing engine together with the CMOS sensor and 20.7MP camera produces breathtaking images with minimum noise or blur.
Running Android 4.3 Jelly Bean OS, the Sony Xperia Z1S isn’t just splash-resistant, instead can dive to the depths of up to 4.9 feet in freshwater and still come out dry and working after 30 minutes. Beginning January 13, T-Mobile and Sony enthusiasts can buy Sony Xperia Z1S online for $22 a month contract.