Xperia Z3 (D6603) Passes Through FCC Certification

There have been end number of rumors surrounding the arrival of Sony Xperia Z3. Given that the original Xperia Z1 made its debut at last year's IFA Berlin tech show, followed by the Xperia Z2 earlier this year, it is not hard to imagine the launch of the upcoming flagship for this year's IFA.

With the arrival of the Sony Xperia Z3 later this fall, it is being widely speculated that the new handset could emerge as an ideal competitor against the Apple iPhone 6. Japanese giant Sony appears to be really working hard to beat both Samsung and Apple in the high-end of the smartphone market.

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Xperia Z3 (D6603) Passes Through FCC Certification

Sony has already made a statement that they are releasing Sony Xperia Z3, the successor of Xperia Z2 in August; although the exact release date is not confirmed yet. Now today a Sony-made D6603 has been spotted at the FCC.

According to previous reports, the D6603 is apparently the Sony Xperia Z3. At this moment there is no confirmation on the same, but the new leaked handset could be the much hyped Z3. Unfortunately, the FCC listing does not tell much about the device. Based on latest rumors, the Xperia Z3 would be slightly powerful compared to its predecessor.

Sony Xperia Z3 - What to expect?

The upcoming Sony Xperia is expected to come with a Full HD display, instead of a 2K resolution screen. The handset would be powered by a 2.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 chipset and will apparently pack the same 20.7MP camera as its predecessor.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 To Feature Retina Scanner

The Korean smartphone maker has already launched its fingerprint scanner tool on the latest Galaxy S5 smartphone, which it began selling in April this year. But a recent post from the Samsung Exynos Twitter account could indicate Samsung's plans to include an eye scanner in the next-gen Note device.

Featuring an image of a smartphone with a human eye reflected in the glass, the tweet reads, "Security can be improved using features unique to us. That's what we envision. What would you use?"

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