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Hi guys i recently bought a xperia z1 for a very low price here in india, im using it for 4 days now and everything is fine. I updated my phone to 4.3 using pc suite and it finished sucessfully. Just this morning i notices that my phone had no sony logo in the top front of the screen and now im worried that my phone might be a fake one, pls help me clarify this doubt. Is there any way to check for a fake sony??
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Sony logo could be lost when removing the shatterproof film.

Maybe someone removed yours when you were sleeping.



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Sony logo could be lost when removing the shatterproof film.

Maybe someone removed yours when you were sleeping.



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No i unsealed my packing, i didnt see it then also, checked with cpu-z app it says its z1 with the same qualcomm processor and gpu any other way to test the originality?? and did you buy it in india?? what about the indian users do you have the front logo?
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No i unsealed my packing, i didnt see it then also, checked with cpu-z app it says its z1 with the same qualcomm processor and gpu any other way to test the originality?? and did you buy it in india?? what about the indian users do you have the front logo?
Cpu-z don't lie, and if you flashed original Sony rom and the phone boot it's original.

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Cpu-z don't lie, and if you flashed original Sony rom and the phone boot it's original.

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I wonder why Sony is printing it's logo on the shatterproof film in 2013 devices =/
Would be much better if it was printed on the glass.


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Perhaps tuey think it motivates owners to keep it...

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I'm guessing that's why it was cheap...

But believe me, mate, you didn't lose anything important...

That's only screen protector and many of us remove it...

I would suggest this - buy Nillkin tempered glass, put it on your front screen and you'll have great device

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