Even though there is a thin possibility to see the Xperia Z4 at this year's MWC tech show, the device continue to pop up in rumors, some more realistic than others.
Several alleged screen shots taken on an Xperia Z4 Dual give us a rare look at the new user interface (UI). Notably, the device may boast dual-SIM support, something users would appreciate. The alleged report also indicates that the handset features the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 and Android 5.0.2.
Sony's high-end devices have some of the best mobile cameras on the market, and, unsurprisingly, the Xperia Z4's shooter is expected to get an improved back camera.
It's been reported that Sony is working to tone down the manufacturer's Android skin, which recently underwent a more drastic redesign, when the Xperia Z3 went on sale.
Rumors suggest that Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor will be coupled with either 3GB or 4GB of RAM. Meanwhile, According to sources close to Taiwan's ePrice, the Xperia Z4 will come in two model options: one with a FHD display and the other with a QHD (2K) display.
Previous reports in the past have claimed that the Xperia Z4 would be launched between May and November 2015, which makes us firmly believe that Sony will not be unveiling the handset at the MWC 2015 in March.
A few hints regarding the company's next flagship smartphone have been released, but, for the most part, there are still quite a few features that remain unknown or exist as little more than rumors.