Sony Xperia Z2: 5.2-inch Full HD, 3G RAM, 4k Video Recording and Android 4.4 KitKat

    A couple of days ago Japan's Sony had announced its flagship handset - Xperia Z1 at the IFA tech show. The positive buzz around the device clearly indicates that Sony will hit the bull's eye with tempting Xperia Z1. Believe it or not! Sony Xperia Z1 is a competitor to Samsung Galaxy Note 3.

    The Xperia Z1 boasts off a 20.7MP camera sensor for sharp pictures along with beefy processor and premium build quality.

     

    The phone is yet to be made available in most of the countries. Meanwhile, the rumor of next gen Xperia Z1 has made consumers awestruck.  We have been hearing about  Xperia Z1 Mini for quite some time, and it also makes sense to announce a cheaper version.

    But the news of Sony readying Xperia Z2 naturally came as a surprise to many. According to blog site Techkiddy, Sony has already started working on the successor to Xperia Z1.The report further says that Sony would announce the device at the CES 2014.

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    Sony Xperia Z2 To Have 4k Video Recording Facility

    The phone, codenamed Avatar, is said to be a premium smartphone. Design wise, we're not expecting change from current generation Xperia Z1. The supposed Xperia Z2 would reportedly be supported by Android 4.4 Kitkat. The handset would be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8974AB chipset. Like Samsung, Sony is also planning to fuse 3GB RAM inside Xperia Z2.

    The handset is said to have a 5.2-inch IGZO display having Full HD resolution at 500ppi. Expect the camera to be absolutely stunner, a 20.7MP shooter with 4K video recording facility. The makers are planning to use a 3,200mAh Li Ion battery.

    At the moment, the concrete details around Sony Xperia Z2 comes are negligible. Nonetheless, the news of Xperia Z2 coming early next year is enough to get us excited. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates.

     

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