Hands-on Test of the Sony Xperia Z on T-Mobile LTE

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I have to admit, pushing him in the pool felt pretty good, even if he did know it was coming. At least I had the decency to push him in to his face! I was stabbed in the back!
 

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Fun review and demonstration. Thanks for getting wet to demo. If anything happens to my Nexus 4, I'd consider this for a replacement
 

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I'm actually Canadian, so I had to make a conscious effort to say "zee" instead of "zed" -- but I justified it because this was a U.S.-specific smartphone locked to T-Mobile, so the American pronunciation is the appropriate one. ;)
 

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They were saying 'zed' at CES! In America!
 

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Well, it wasn't by choice, but you are most welcome. I would also consider it as a replacement, though I don't fully understand why. I just want it so I can take photos and video underwater. :??:
 
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