Sony Xperia Z4 Just Got Leaked [PICS]

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    Sony's latest flagship model Xperia Z4, which was expected on the MWC 2015, got leaked online by @Onleaks. As per the leakster, the leaked images are the unofficial 3D rendering of the smartphone version.

    As reported in the tech media world before, this will be Sony's biggest bet to score some sales from Samsung and especially counter the newly launched Galaxy S6.

    Moving on the form factor of the device, the smartphone doesn't differ from the companies Omni-balance design, 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.

    As we can see from the image, the microphone has been moved to the top right, from the left. Moreover the front camera has been changed to left side from the right, now it has proximity and ambient light sensors.

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    Sony Xperia Z4 Just Got Leaked [PICS]

    Also, the SIM and memory card flap have been shifted to left side and the charging dock connector has been completely removed from that side.

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    According to the source, this prototype doesn't have any memory card slot, but he said, the final version will have it. Some other change includes micro USB drive has been moved to the bottom, along with another hole, which is lanyard hole.

    Sony Xperia Z4 Just Got Leaked [PICS]

    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.

    Sony Xperia Z4 Just Got Leaked [PICS]

    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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