Sony Xperia Z3 Leaked Photos, Concepts, Released Date, Specs and More

Sony Xperia Z2 was no doubt, a huge hit in Mobile market and Sony proclaimed it as their best smartphone yet, but that is the only problem when you start calling your device the best, is that you have to either finish the series or you shouldn’t release its successor. The same happens with Samsung Galaxy S2, it was given the best smartphone ever award and yet Samsung released its successor, however, Galaxy S3 was a huge disappointment and now Sony is about to release Xperia Z3, the successor of Xperia Z2 and who knows what it will do, let’s just hope that the same tragedy won’t happen again. There aren’t much specs available in Market about Xperia Z3, but it is said to have a 5.15″ Full HD True IPS Display, 3GB of RAM with internal Storage of 16GB and SD card support, again with 20.7 MP rear camera but with updated software and many more features, Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 2.4GHz Quad-Core Krait Processor with Android 4.4.4 Kit-Kat, out of the box, Adreno 330 for immense gaming and design will be pretty much as the old Xperia Z2.

Sony Xperia Z3

The release date of this device is not yet spoken by the officials, however, anticipations are that it will be available in Q4 of 2014, and who knows it might be September. Shutter proof glass will once again be seen in this device as we saw it in Xperia Z3 and since it will be the next Flagship device of Sony, how can they not make it Water proof, what are your thoughts about the up-coming Xperia Z2, let us know in the comments.

Sony Xperia Z3 Leaked Photos and Concepts:

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