Sony launched the Xperia Z, its new flagship smartphone in the Indian market, last week.
The Sony Xperia Z ships with Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean.
The back of the phone reminds us of the iPhone 4/4S as it's also completely made of glass.
The front camera lens, sensors and a notification LED are placed above the screen along with Sony branding.
The phone doesn't have separate capacitive buttons for navigation and instead has onscreen buttons.
The phone sports a 5-inch screen, which essentially dominates the front of the phone while the rest is tempered glass with a reflective coating.
The phone features a 13-megapixel rear camera.
A flap, which doesn't feature a marking/label, hides a plastic SIM card tray which has to be pulled with the help of a finger nail.
The micro-USB port is located at the left side, with the company choosing to not mark its flap.
The top features a 3.5mm headphone jack, and is also covered with a flap.
The bottom doesn't have any ports.
The left side of the phone houses a microSD card slot.
A small speaker grill is also located on the right side, towards the bottom.
On the right side you'd see a big round aluminium power/screen-lock button towards the middle, and a volume rocker, also made of metal.
The display is seamless with the rest of the front and Sony says that they've brought the touch panel closer to the display.
Sony has included a charger, USB cable, and earphones with the phone.