Sony May Add a Fingerprint Scanner To the Xperia Z4

    Sony is very close to releasing its next-generation handset under its Xperia lineup: the Z4. One of the more interesting parts about rumors of the device is that it would it would feature a metal body - a first for Sony on their flagship lineup.

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    Sony May Add a Fingerprint Scanner To the Xperia Z4

    The latest rumor claims that high-end device will indeed feature a metal chassis, alongside a fingerprint scanner, though, embedded on the power key.

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    It seems that Sony is the latest handset maker to implement a fingerprint sensor on their next-generation flagship device. Earlier last week, HTC unveiled the One M9+ with an embedded fingerprint scanner on the physical home button.

    Sony May Add a Fingerprint Scanner To the Xperia Z4

    High-end smartphone makers like Apple and Samsung have well adopted this unique feature. In fact, Apple's fingerprint-sensing feature, Touch ID, continues to work fine for many. However, despite the security of the biometric tech, hackers have successfully proved that the Touch ID system can be hacked easily.

    Sony May Add a Fingerprint Scanner To the Xperia Z4

    Sony Xperia Z4 - Rumors

    Sony Xperia Z4 is supposedly hitting the market in Japan on April 20, as per the latest leak. The rumored device will reportedly come with a 5.2-inch display with QHD, a Snapdragon 801 SoC with four Cortex-A53 cores, a 20.7 MP primary camera, a 5MP front-face shooter, 4GB RAM, Android 5.0 Lollipop, a microSD card slot and 32GB/G4GB built-in storage.

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