Well, it goes without saying that any particular piece of consumer electronics hardware that is going to go make its way to the mass market would first need to cross hurdles set up by the FCC, for the good of the consumer, actually. We are then well pleased to hear that the Sony Xperia Z, which made quite a splash at the recently concluded CES 2013, has already made its way to the folks over at the FCC, and not only that, a bunch of teardown photos were revealed in addition to its start-up guide.


The C6602 HSPA+ model of the Sony Xperia Z was the one depicted in the tests, instead of the LTE-enabled C6603 model. We do know that based on some of the images released by the folks over at the FCC, the Sony Xperia Z will come with a linear oscillating vibrator for its vibration duties instead of the more rough rotational vibrator. Other than that, the battery does not seem as though it is the easiest of batteries to remove and replace. Regardless, will you still be bringing home the Sony Xperia Z when it hits the market?

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