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Sony Xperia Z waterproof claims put to the test [Video]

25 Jan 2013

The Xperia Z is Sony's latest life proof smartphone, being listed as both dust and waterproof.

Eager to check the veracity of Sony's claims, V3 visited the company's offices and had a hands on go with the device.

As you can see from the above video it appears to live up the claims and could well prove a life-saver if you drop it down the loo, in a puddle or into a glass. Of course, whether it's beer-resistant is another matter.

For a more thorough look at the Xperia Z check out V3's hands on review.

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