Sony Xperia Z3X: High-End Smartphone With 6.14 Inch Display, Snapdragon 810 Leaks in Advance

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The hype surrounding the Sony Xperia Z3 has reached a pinnacle high, as the Japanese giant is expected to launch its next flagship at IFA Berlin tech show in September. Touted amongst the most eagerly awaited handsets of 2014, the Xperia Z3 is believed to be more premium than ever.

Sony is yet to announce the device, although the reports and rumors continue to surface on web, indicating a sequel is in the works. Interestingly, Sony is simultaneously working on yet another flagship device, dubbed the "Xperia Z3X".

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Sony Xperia Z3X: High-End Smartphone With 6.14 Inch Display Leaks

 

The alleged Sony Xperia Z3X (as seen in the image) could be a camera-centric device. The monster phone might pack a 6.14-inch having a resolution of 2560 x 1152 pixels, plus it will apparently be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor with a clock speed of 2.86GHz.

Moreover, the handset appears to "have no bezel, a thin profile and a very large main camera on the back", notes Gforgames. The device resembles very close to the Nokia Lumia 1020, as the Xperia Z3X may have a large camera sensor on the rear back. It is also widely believed that supposed handset going to pack a 22 MP, 2/3-inch main camera.

The alleged source suggests that the Xperia Z3X will actually hit the retail shelves in the second half of next year. The device will apparently run on Android 5.0 L.

Once again, this very phone is not expected to debut at IFA Berlin tech show, instead Sony could announce it at CES next year or MWC in February.

Source- gforgames

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