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sony xperia z5

While Sony has increase its users in many parts of the world like Asia,Europe.Now,the company has decided to get its attention or to increase users from remaining parts of the world.For those who live in Canada,there is a good news for them.The good news is that Sony Xperia Z5 is on its way to hit the Canada market next week.

This smartphone is exclusively sold by Bell across the country.As for the price concerned,it will cost $199.95 on two-year contract or $645.95 off-contract on 29th october 2015.This smartphone is available both in online stores and in-stores and is available on either white or black.There is no word about the premium and compact model of this smartphone.

As for the features of Sony Xperia Z5 concerned, Z5 is powered by a snapdragon 810 with a RAM of 3GB.It will comes with a screen of 5.2" 1080p display,32GB memory,microSD,a rear camera,2900 mAh battery.It also includes a feature of finger print.It will come with the Android 5.1.1 Lollipop.

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Post was last edited on October 21, 2015 12:38 PM PDT

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Just one question.

Did Sony demand a fix to the StageFright and other bugs in the OS this phone runs?

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FYI. It seems to still be broken.

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