Look, the Sony Xperia Z is launching on T-Mobile. This hasn’t been officially announced yet, but it’s becoming pretty obvious. The rumors have been going at it for the past couple of months. The handset even passed through the FCC about a month ago, and a few days ago Sony’s CEO confirmed that his company’s latest flagship offering is indeed headed to one US carrier – but declined to name it. Today though it’s clear: that carrier loves the color magenta.
Support documents for the Xperia Z have been spotted at T-Mobile’s own website by G4Games. The documents aren’t accessible by the general public just yet, as they’re set to private, but they are there – and we even get some proof in the form of a screenshot.
Sony CEO Kaz Hirai did say the Z’s release in the US would happen “very soon”, and now it looks like he actually meant that. Getting support documents ready for a new handset isn’t something done many months in advance, so we’re confident that the Sony Xperia Z will be out in a few weeks tops – but maybe even sooner. Naturally, we’ll let you know when it finally happens.