Sony is said to unveil its newest Xperia device at the MWC trade show in Barcelona next year, and thanks to a new leak source, now we have a better idea of what that phone might entail.
An early image of the next-generation Android-powered handset from Sony recently showed up in leaked emails.
Allegedly sent by Sony Pictures Entertainment Executive VP of Consumer Marketing Mr. George Leon to the company's CEO Michael Lynton, the pitch possibly mentions that Sony's intention of placing the Xperia Z4 in Spectre - the forthcoming Bond movie that is set to release late next year.
In an email conversation from Mr. Leon to Lynton, it's said that the Xperia Z4, alongside a slew of phones are planned for May / November next year. So, it's likely that the Xperia Z4 won't make its debut next month at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
Notably, the email also contains an early image of the Z4 flagship, revealing a familiar design. This could mean that the upcoming high-end handset might look exactly same as the Xperia Z3, in terms of design and form factor.
Rumors state that Sony will likely launch the new Xperia family next month at CES tech show. The handset will reportedly sport a 5.2-inch FHD display, a Snapdragon 810 processor, 3GB of RAM, 20.7MP rear-facing camera, 4G LTE and a long lasting battery life.
Source - Gizmodo
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