Sony Xperia Z experiencing ‘sudden death’

Written by: Samantha Tomaszczyk
Sony Xperia Z experiencing ‘sudden death’

Sony has acknowledged there is a problem with their latest smartphone, the Xperia Z, suddenly dying on users

Sony Xperia Z users are reporting that the device is dying suddenly, forcing them to reset their handsets.

Sony has acknowledged the problem and said it will be fixed with an upcoming software update.

However, the manufacturer has not explained why the devices are experiencing ‘sudden death’, a problem that also affected Samsung’s Galaxy S III earlier in the year.

In January, Galaxy S III users reported the device was dying unexpectedly and usually while charging. Samsung fixed the problem with a software update.

The Sony Xperia Z launched in the UK on February 28.

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