The T-Mobile Sony Xperia Z seems to be getting closer to its release date, or at least that’s what could be understood from support documents present on the website of the “uncarrier.”
Just days ago, Sony CEO Kaz Hirai said during the All Things D D11 conference that there was “still a lot to do” for the company in the U.S. market, and that things would be kicked off with the launch of the Sony Xperia Z with a mobile operator.
The fact that the device had been spotted in the wild a while ago sporting T-Mobile branding only made everyone suspect that T-Mobile would be the carrier that would be graced with Sony’s flagship device. Well, more clues pointing in that direction have now appeared, as G for Games has noticed, and they’ve appeared on the T-Mobile website, of all places.
If you use the search box on the T-Mobile website to search for “Sony Xperia Z,” you will get some interesting results. As you can see in the screenshot below, there is a large number of support documents for the Sony Xperia Z on there.
Clicking the links will ask you for a username and a password, but it’s hard to imagine that T-Mobile would go through all the trouble of creating support documents for a phone unless it’s planning on selling the respective device real soon.
I’ll remind you that you can still get the unlocked Sony Xperia Z in the U.S., from the Sony Store. Whether you decide to do that, or prefer to wait until T-Mobile stocks Sony’s flagship device, make sure you check out our review of the handset
Do you plan to purchas the Sony Xperia Z on T-Mobile, when (and if) it will become available?
Via: Android Authority