Sony’s next flagship the Xperia Z4 will not making an appearance at the MWC, the company confirmed that statement a few days ago. The handset will be seen somewhere in Q2 or Q3. The emails leaks in December revealing the information about the product placement details for the Xperia Z4 in the upcoming Bond ‘Spectre’ movie, hinted that maybe both the smartphone and the movie will be releasing at the same time. Sony will not only be giving its upcoming flagship a star studded experience but will also use an interesting marketing strategy by tempting movie goers with their latest wares. Even with the launch a few months to go, that doesn’t mean everything is mum on that end, today a new image revealing the front panel of the Xperia Z4 leaked.
The front panel image indicates that Sony does not deviate far from its hit formula, the Xperia Z4 looks a lot like Z3. The design language follows the minimalistic sleek look. It is not that Sony’s current designs are not good but they need to experiment and try new things too, people do get bored with monotony. But we also have to keep this aspect in mind that this is just one of leaks of the alleged Xperia Z4, with the launch a few more months the rumor mill be going wild after the MWC event is over with.
Sony’s flagships are one of the best devices in the market currently and the company make sure that they equip their devices with advanced specs. According to the reports Xperia Z4 will be powered by 64-bit Snapdragon 810 chipset, and will have either a 3 GB or 4 GB RAM, we hope that they will go for 4 GB, as companies like Asus and Xiaomi already have their devices out with this specific specification. The device is expected to be available in two display resolution variants 1080 p and 1440 p. A 20.7-megapixel main camera and 5-megapixel selfie shooter will grace the device. We will get more information about Xperia Z4 in the next coming months, in the meanwhile have a look at the leaked image of the front panel.
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