Xperia Z goes up against sulphuric acid [Video]

by XB on 01/04/2013

in Videos, Xperia Z and Xperia ZL


xperia-z-acid-testOkay, so you think the Xperia Z is hardcore? It’s fared pretty well against anything thrown at it in water/dust resistant tests. Well it has now come up against the ultimate test – sulphuric acid. The video below shows just what damage it can do to a spoon, before going against the Xperia Z. We won’t spoil the results for you, check out the video below.

Also, while we’re at it, Sony has finally announced a range of dedicated technology aimed at pets. It has been a long time coming, but it’s great to see Sony get there first.

Via Sony Blog and Stuff.tv.

Thanks @FQdeB!

  • http://twitter.com/venk8t venkat

    xperiablog should prepare something to flatter sony fanboys, maybe next year #fanboywish

  • http://www.facebook.com/khizarali08 Khizar Ali

    Well awesome!!!

  • ZeroCools

    Xperiablog is pretty much already targeted at Sony fans, if it weren’t it would be called phoneblog or along the lines of that.

  • mark

    April FOOL

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001871711742 P Nice Takeo

    happy april fools day! ;)

  • dwayne

    i just put my fonez in acidz an it meltid wtf!

  • http://www.facebook.com/usmanuk M Usman

    lol reading the comments on YouTube just goes to show how gullible and stupid peoplereally are. nice April fools though. had me laughing with all the comments

  • http://www.facebook.com/samyak.ranjan Samyak Ranjan

    Give us the phone instead of putting it through such torture >.<

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  • jag

    hahaha! nice one there!

  • khi

    Acid test accepted…succesfully..ni rumor..it is true..

  • cantwaitanymoar

    Where is the Jellybean update fo’ xperia S

  • paul4id

    Don’t know whether this was an April fools or not, and whether the big bowl actually did contain acid or not.

    However, H2SO4 will have no affect on glass anyway. The plastic though is a different story! HF, however, will corrode glass.

  • Fraulein

    Glass and certain types of plastic are often much more resistant to acid than metal. So some parts of phones could actually be totally unharmed by this treatment. The only real giveaway is that the metal melts instead of reacting with the “acid”, but I understand that you want to feel smart by your quick judgement.

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