Sony releases kernel source for Xperia Z; gets some brownie points

The kernel source for the Sony Xperia Z is now available. It is almost one month prior to the actual launch of the smartphone. It is impressive news for the open source developer group and it gives the Japanese mobile phone manufacturer some points. Sony has forever an astounding track record of launching source code for the developer community upon the launch of its thingies.

Sony releases kernel sources that are absolute, compilable, precisely working. There is not much anyone can perform with this smartphone kernel at this instant, though they can see what the thingy will seem like when it releases. Sony sets a great example of what an Original Equipment Manufacturer must do, hopefully other manufacturers will follow its lead.

The Sony Xperia Z is Sony 2013 flagship smartphone, it is anticipating that their thingy will earn them a lot of revenue in the Android marketplace. The Sony Xperia Z flaunts a 5inch Full High Definition screen, 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro quad core central processing unit, 16 GB of built in storage capacity with a micro SD card slot for expandable memory space, 2 GB of RAM, 13 MP rear facing snapper, 2.2 MP front facing snapper, 2,330mAh battery, will run on Android v4.1 Jelly Bean.

The Xperia Z got a lot of hype at Consumers Electronics Show for its sturdy body. It is expected to be launched by the conclusion of this month in the United Kingdom, other markets sometime in the month of March. It will be accessible in black, white, purple.