Xperia Z passes through the FCC

by XB on 20th January 2013

in Xperia Z and Xperia ZL

The Sony Xperia Z has passed through the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) revealing a bunch of teardown photos and even the handset’s start-up guide. The C6602 HSPA+ model is the one that is involved in the tests, rather than the LTE C6603 model.

What we learn from some of the pictures is that the handset will include a linear oscillating vibrator for vibration duties rather than the harsher rotational vibrator. Another factor we note is that the battery looks like it will be tricky to remove and replace, unlike the Xperia S which also had an embedded battery. You can check out the full FCC documents here.

Thanks Dacha!

  • howard

    sounds hard to remove, but not impossible

  • maxiobor

    I dont think someone spots the difference withou 2 phones in hands with various vibration technology….

  • AsadMulla

    I dont think many of us have to worry about replacing the battery. It should last as long as the phone.

  • paul_cus

    The vibration on the ion is pretty rough, so it’s nice to see a better alternative is being used this time around.

  • How to remove the back cover?

  • honey

    can anyone tell me price of this phone in India ……plzz

  • xperialover

    There is small problem in comparison with the Samsung he alwas give “impact zone” in their motherboards to cover the impact to not damage the chips, some chips in sony’s low end of the motherboad have not impact zones

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