Here is a round-up of Sony’s next-gen Android phone. This is everything we know at the moment and be sure to bookmark this page, as we will be updating it once we have new information.
Xperia Z4 is an average leap from Xperia Z3. The phone will help kick-start Sony’s 2015 and its expected to be debuted at the CES in January.
If we are to go by Future Supplier which accurately leaked the specs of Galaxy Note 4, then it would be safe to say the Xperia Z4 would feature a 5.2-inch display, pretty much the same size found on the Xperia Z3, but would see a significant upgrade in resolution.
The Xperia Z4 would feature a 2,560×1,440 QHD display. Just under the screen is a 64-bit Qualcomn Snapdragon 810 processor coupled with Adreno 430 GPU and an unbelivable 4 GB RAM.
This is Sony kicking some a-ss with jaw breaking specs next year. Sony’s flagship smartphone will also run on Android 5.0 Lollipop, which happens to be the first Google OS compatible with a 64-bit chipset.
Talking about the camera, you can expect Sony to score high points here. It’s been reported that the Xperia Z4 would support 21 MP primary camera, similar to Xperia Z3 but with an updated IMX230 EXMOR RS sensor capable of offering 192-point autofoucs, 4K video recording and HDR.
More also, the device is water resistant and dust proof with IP68 certification. It would sport the same metal and glass finishing of its predecessor. Beyond this, there is nothing more about the specs of Xperia Z4. There is also no word of the battery capacity, but we expect Sony to improve on that also.
Like we stated earlier, Xperia Z4 is expected to be officially debuted at the Consumer Electronic Show, CES, on January 5.
However, some reports believe January is too early as Xperia Z3 was only recently debuted. They think Sony will unveil the device at the Mobile World Congress in March.
There is no report of pricing currently, but we expect the price to be around $800.