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Sony Xperia Z2 pre-orders kick off at Vodafone

Get a 'free' 32in TV
Mon Mar 10 2014, 10:08

CRIMSON MOBILE OPERATOR Vodafone has started taking pre-orders for the Sony Xperia Z2 and is promising to give a 'free' 32in HDTV to the first 3,000 who buy it.

While prices for the Xperia Z2 start at £47 a month from Carphone Warehouse, Vodafone's most affordable tariff costs £42, and offers unlimited texts and minutes along with 1GB of monthly data. For the more data hungry among you, Vodafone is also offering the Xperia Z2 on its new Red XXL 4G plan, which comes with 13GB of data and a hefty £62 per month price.

However, to make up for its high prices, Vodafone has said that it will give the first 3,000 to pre-order a free Sony television.

Sony Xperia Z2 smartphone running Android KitKat 4.4

Vodafone boasted in a blog post on Monday, "The first 3,000 eligible people to pre-order the Sony Xperia Z2 from Vodafone will get a 32in HD-ready Bravia TV from Sony, perfect for watching all your hi-res homemade videos and showcasing some of the great Sony Entertainment content you'll get access to on your Xperia Z2 on an even bigger screen.

According to Vodafone, the Sony Xperia Z2 will start shipping on 10 April, just one day before the Samsung Galaxy S5 is released worldwide.

The Sony Xperia Z2 was revealed at  Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, and improves on its Xperia Z1 predecessor with a larger 5.2in HD 1080p screen, a faster quad-core 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor and a thin 8.2mm casing.

The handset also features IP58 certification, a 20.7MP rear-facing camera capable of shooting 4K video, 4G LTE support, a 3,200mAh battery and Google's Android 4.4 Kitkat mobile operating system skinned with Sony's custom user interface.

Check out our Sony Xperia Z2 release date, price and availability roundup. µ

 

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