Sony Xperia Z4 with ultra slim bezels is all set to be launched in MWC!

05 Feb, 2015 - Posted by GizmoMirror Leaks Team.
Sony Xperia Z4
Sony Xperia Z4 @ MWC

The most rumored Xperia Z4 is expected to unveil at Mobile World Congress in March. From Chinese social network Weibo leaks it is clear that the device is already all set for the event.

Sony Xperia Z4

The leaked Xperia Z4 images look similar to those of Xperia Z3 except for the ultra slim bezels. Rumors say that it sports a 5.5 inch capacitive touch screen with 2560 x 1440 Pixels of resolution, powered by 64 bit  Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor along with 4 GB of RAM and Adreno 430 GPU.

This is designed to enable the most advanced connected mobile user experiences, including 4K Ultra HD video streaming, online 3D gaming, sharing top quality digital photos and virtually seamless communications, along with outstanding battery life.

The recently leaked Xperia Z4 Music also had similar specs.To know more about this check out our exclusive article here "Sony Xperia Z4 Music smartphone- A heaven for music lovers"

Sony Xperia Z4

The Sony Xperia Z4  packs 20.7 Mega Pixel rear auto focus camera with Optical Image Stabilization and 5 Mega Pixels wide angle selfie camera. It packs a huge 3420 mAh non removable Li ion Battery. Also it supports Quick charge 2.0.

From images it is clear that the front facing camera and the sensor positions have been swapped. It seems that the speakers have been placed behind the thin slits at the edges of the panel.

But all the above mentioned specs aren’t confirmed yet. This device is getting ready for the event where the full specs will be revealed. We are eagerly waiting for this device.

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