Guide to getting good money for your old phone
In 2013, the Sony Xperia Z brought a lot to the table. For once, Sony has paid great attention on manufacturing a phone with good set of specs and some unique features such as water resistance. Its unique angular design contrasts with other phone designs which mostly have curved angles – perhaps to make the phone more ergonomic to hold. It’s like cars, back in the days, they have a boxier design, but now they all come with curvy designs – and it seems Sony had decided that it’s time to bring back the rectangular design – and users seemed to love it.
All around the phone, the ports are covered with watertight port-covers which prevents water from getting inside the phone. Although, there wasn’t much of a market for water resistance phone in the United States, there is a market for them in Japan, where Japanese women use their phones in the shower. Whether they are watching a video, listening to music or having a conversation with boyfriends.
Moving on, the Xperia Z comes with a 5-inch screen, and all the buttons are conveniently located on the right side, including the volume rocker and the power button. Despite most people would believe, the rectangular design feel more secure compared to a phone with a curvy design. The phone is much easier to grip, and there’s no discomfort felt when holding the phone – despite having somewhat sharp edges around the sides.
Sony had integrated the Bravia engine in the Xperia Z, and it shows. While watching videos, you can notice the smoothness of video playback due to its advanced refresh rate. What’s more, you’ll have less of a hard-time playing graphic intense games, as the phone comes with 1.5 GHz quadcore processor snapdragon S4 Pro CPU with an Adreno 320 GPU, and to put the icing on the cake, it comes with a hefty 2GB of RAM.
However, all these specs were impressive in 2013, now living in 2017, it’s time to upgrade and you may be looking to Sell Sony Xperia Z at&t you’ve owned since that time. Nonetheless, it easy to sell this phone through a company that will buy it from you.