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Sony Xperia Z3 gets FCC approval in the U.S.

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The Sony Xperia Z3 has made appearances on numerous leaks before and a new listing on FCC almost confirms its existence. As per this listing, the Xperia Z3 smartphone has been certified for the American markets which is good news for fans of Sony smartphones in the U.S. The device has the model number D6603, which has been believed to be the Xperia Z3 in the past.

Given Sony’s quick refresh cycle, the launch of a new device this early isn’t much of a surprise to us. The manufacturer is expected to launch the Xperia Z3 in September during the IFA event with launch slated to commence shortly after. But unlike the predecessors, we’re guessing the smartphone will be available for purchase immediately through all major U.S. carriers, which could do a world of good for the company’s sales numbers.

The FCC listing doesn’t shed light on the hardware of the smartphone, but clarifies that the Xperia Z3 packs WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC and 4G LTE bands as well, making it a suitable device for the American markets. We’ll hope to learn more about the Xperia Z3 as we inch closer towards the IFA event.

Source: FCC

Via: GSM Arena

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