Sony Xperia Z4 Press Shot Spotted Online [Report]

    One smartphone that is constantly on the headlines for its leaks and rumors is none other than the most expected flagship from the Sony which is Xperia Z4.

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    Sony Xperia Z4 Press Shot Spotted Online [Report]

    As per the leaked picture, when compared with Xperia Z3, there are barely any visible changes as per a new leaked press image.

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    Earlier, some more pictures got leaked online by a famous leakster @Onleaks. In that picture it showed off the form factor.

    The company has followed its familiar OmniBalance design language which is the circular aluminum power button on the right side, along with a volume rocker, meanwhile it has some minor change on the ports location.

    Sony Xperia Z4 Press Shot Spotted Online [Report]

    And some other minor changes includes, the microphone which has been moved to the top right, from the left. Moreover the front camera has also been changed to left side from the right, where it has proximity and ambient light sensors now.

    Sony Xperia Z4 Press Shot Spotted Online [Report]

    If the rumors turns out to be true, the yet to-be released Z4 will carry a dimension of 146.3x 71.9×7.2mm. Moving on to the specs, Xperia Z4 is expected to come with 5.2-inch 1080p or Quad HD screen, Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 SoC and a 21MP rear camera.

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    Any how, we advice you to take this information with a pinch of salt, as we are expecting more information officially in the upcoming days.


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