Sony Xperia Z2 will commence shipment starting on April 14th In United Kingdom, according to Carphone Warehouse and Phones4U.
One of the biggest mobile chain stores in United Kingdom confirmed the arrival of Sony Xperia Z2 on April 14th 2014. As a starter, Xperia Z2 is free on ?42 per month two-year contract while O2 offers Xperia Z2 for ?33 monthly with ?99 upfront in exchange for unlimited texts, 500 minutes of calls and 500 MB mobile data using 4G/LTE.
For Vodafone, Xperia Z2 starts at ?42 with contract and no upfront cost in exchange for unlimited SMS and calls and 3 GB of mobile data using 4G/LTE connectivity.
Another big mobile phone chain store in UK confirms the commencement of Xperia Z2 shipment starting on April 14th. Xperia Z2 is offered for ?42 per month with contract, 4G ready with EE and Vodafone.
EE offers Xperia Z2 at ?42.99 per month and ?49 upfront cost under two years contract with services of unlimited texts, unlimited calls, 4 GB mobile data, one year Gourmet Society Membership and a portable Sony Wireless Speaker.
Vodafone offers Xperia Z2 at ?47 per month without upfront under two years contract with services of unlimited texts, unlimited calls, 3 GB of mobile data, one year Gourmet Society Membership and a portable Sony Wireless Speaker.
General Release in UK
Due to the delay caused by low supplies versus high demands, Xperia Z2 in UK will start general selling not until next month. Sony Mobile primarily committed on the pre-orders made by customers and ensured that their Xperia Z2 will arrive next week which already confirmed by Carphone Warehouse and Phones 4U.
Sony Mobile officially announced the UK launch starting in May 2014 but the company did not reveal when exactly next month. Mobile device stores in Canada will also begin general selling in May but a little later in Hong Kong around June.
As of now, Xperia Z2 is available in Singapore from three local network carriers but users who bought the device are suffering major hardware problems related to a chassis gap and overheating camera caused by 4K video recording.