Sony’s Xperia Z flagship Android smartphone is expected to arrive on shelves in Europe as soon as next month, and more wireless carriers and retailers on the Old Continent have confirmed this.
The handset has emerged on the websites of various retailers in the UK, with Clove pricing it at £528 ($847 / €647) and Handtec listing it similarly, for £520, and it can also be seen over at German retailers now, priced at €649.
The phone also appeared in Sweden, with a price tag of SEK 6,295 (£598, €734, $960) next to it, as well as in Poland, priced at PLN 2,799 (£554, €680, $889), XperiaBlog reports.
As for carriers willing to add it to their offerings, we can count O2 in Germany, along with O2, Three and Vodafone in the UK.
The phone is expected to surface in France, Italy and Spain and other European countries in the near future.