Yesterday Sony announced a few devices, among which was the Xperia Z3, a device with 5.2-inch 1080p display, a 20.7MP camera and a battery that’s slated to last two days of normal use. Right off the bat we saw an official announcement from T-Mobile that they would indeed be carrying the Xperia Z3 in fall. We’re now hearing that Verizon might also be carrying Sony’s new flagship.
PCMag states that they have received promotional documents that show off the Xperia Z3v. This appears to be a custom Verizon Z3 with some additional updates to the device itself. According to the documents, the Z3v is supposed to have 32GB of storage and 3GB of memory. The documents also showed off the supposed Z3v with Verizon logos, a screenshot of a couple of Verizon’s usual pre-loaded apps – the Amazon Music app, the Kindle app and the Amazon Appstore.
PCMag chose not to post the pictures, so this is definitely a rumor as of right now. There isn’t any information on whether Verizon and Sony will be teaming up as in T-Mobile’s case to provide some cool exclusive content, so we’ll have to wait and see about that as well. Of course we’ll keep you updated, as the device should be available here in the US in the fall. I guess the real question is, where will Verizon be putting their infamous logo?
Source: Android Police