Sony Xperia Z5 Tipped For September Launch, To Feature Fingerprint Scanner

    Sony recently launched its flagship Xperia Z3+ smartphone in India, which basically is the global variant of the Xperia Z4. Now, rumors are doing around that the company is working on its next flagship, which would be called the Xperia Z5. The phone is likely to be unveiled in Japan sometime in September this year.

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    Sony Xperia Z5 Details Leaked, to launch In September

    The company is not just planning the Xperia Z5 launch, but is also working on three new variants including the Xperia Z5 Compact, Xperia Z5 Ultra and another one. These phones will mainly vary on the basis of display size and screen resolution.

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    As for the specs of the Sony Xperia Z5, rumors have it that the phone will be loaded with some exciting new features. According to TechnoDify, leaked details suggest that the next flagship smartphone will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 processor paired with 4GB of RAM, which will be a significant upgrade from the Xperia X3+ that runs on Snapdragon 810 chipset.

    It has also been suggested that the phone will tout a fingerprint sensor. Though, it is still unknown that where will Sony place the fingerprint scanner in the upcoming Xperia Z5.

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    As for its design, if you are expecting changes this time, you will be disappointed to know that the phone will be based on the same OmniBalance design language. The good part is that it will run on a 4,500mAh battery, which should address to the battery issues faced by users.

    On the imaging front, the Xperia Z5 is expected to come with latest Sony Exmor RS IMX230 based CMOS sensor with 21-megapixels and capable of recording 4K videos.

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