Since the Sony Xperia Z was released it has had great success with consumers. One feature that stands out most on the device is that it is water resistant and Sony’s next device is expected to take this element that one step further.
So far 2013 has been good to Sony and we now expect thing to get even better for the company following the unveiling of their latest device in the form of the Xperia ZR. The name tells us that this next device from the Japanese company will form part of the same range as the popular Sony Xperia Z and the model will also feature IP55 and IP58 certification making it both dust and water resistant. The new ZR takes this to the next level with the ability to capture images underwater. As expected there are limitations and Sony have stated that the facility will only work up to depths of up to 1.5M and in fresh water. Despite there being limitations this is a feature that can not yet be found on any rival devices. Click here for more Sony Xperia Z News
The new ZR has a camera facility which is very similar to that found on the best selling Sony Xperia Z. There will be a dedicated camera button present which means that the device can be used similar to a stand alone camera. The images are captured at an incredible 13 mega pixel resolution and videos can be recorded at a Full HD resolution of 1080P. To further improve the quality the excellent Exmor CS sensor is on board as well as an HDR mode and also an LED flash. There will be a 4.6 inch LCD display which when teamed with both the Bravia Mobile Engine 2 and powerful Snapdragon S4 Quad Core process which is clocked at 1.5Ghz makes for impressive specification. The very best in terms of performance speeds will be delivered thanks to the processor. Get the best Sony XPeria Z offers here
On board the new Xperia ZR will be a camera that is similar to that on board the popular Sony Xperia Z, however there is an added bonus which allows the user to capture images under water. This is sure to attract a lot of attention when the device is released in the second quarter of this year.