It's not been so long since Sony has launched its flagship device - the Xperia Z3 smartphone. Precisely, it was back at the IFA 2014 trade show held in Berlin back in September, where the phone was first announced..
Apparently, the successor of the Xperia Z3 has started occupying rumors section in the tech webosphere. Moreover, the source who spoke about the supposed Xperia Z4 is said to be the same source who leaked the Xperia Z3 Compact. Thus, you can expect the details to be reliable. However, it is obvious that there will be changes at the time of the launch.
According to the sources, the supposed Xperia Z4 would come with a 5.5-inch display with a massive 1440 x 2560 pixels Quad HD resolution. It is said that the Xperia Z3 successor would be powered by Snapdragon 810 SoC, which is one of the most powerful chipsets ever made by Qualcomm.
Moreover, Sony will be the first company to use the same. The Snapdragon 810 is an octa-core 64-bit chipset and for Xperia Z4, it is said that company will clock it to 2.8GHz, which is far more powerful than current flagship smartphones.
It will also be the first Xperia smartphone to come with LTE Cat.6 connectivity and Bluetooth 4.1. The camera will finally be upgraded from the IMX220 20.7MP sensor Sony has been using since the Z1. The Z4 will utilize a curved Exmor RS CMOS sensor with a similar resolution as the previous three Z-series flagships.
Further, the leakster tips that Sony might also employ 4 GB of RAM for better multi-tasking and also to boost the Android Lollipop's features to its fullest.
The next Xperia Z smartphone will be the killer 32GB built in storage unit featuring flagship device. However, at this point we are not sure, whether it will come with a microSD card support or not.
Other details about the device is not out yet, but it is said that the Japanese premium smartphone maker is working on the Xperia Z4 at the moment it's likely to debut in March next year, probably at the Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona.
However, this is a nascent rumor that has arrived today and for sure this will be developed in time.
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