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Just after few weeks of the Sony Xperia Z3+ launch, rumours are doing rounds that the company's next flagship, is not the Xperia Z5.
As per the report, Sony is planning to showcase the Xperia S60 and Xperia S70 in the upcoming IFA 2015 trade fair, which is set to kick off in early September. On the other hand, another rumor tipped that both the device will be launched around early August.
According to some European retailer, both the flagship smartphone Xperia S60 and Xperia S70 will cost around $855 and $920 respectively. Additionally, the S60 might come in four variants including Black, White, Yellow and Coralie, while peria S70 will be available in Bblack, White, Gold and Green.
On the other hand, Sony has officially launched its ‘Concept for Android' initiative in Sweden. With this users can test stripped down version of Android 5.1 with popular Sony features built directly into the OS.
This new program will be available for 500 Sony Xperia Z3 users in Sweden, and aims to give more of a vanilla' look and feel which is more in line with stock Android.
The company will run the trial between July 27th and September 13th and interested users can sign up to be a part of this trial.
"This trial will help us assess the potential of running wider Android operating system concept initiatives for more markets, devices and users in the future - as we look to shift towards a model that allows for the creation of experiences with real user input, whilst adopting more transparent and open workflows. We believe this will eventually enable us to respond to your needs quicker and easier." posted Sony in a company blog.