Although almost all the prominence of these days is taking the Samsung Galaxy S10, we can not forget the next flagship of Sony. It is inevitable that the Korean giant, who has just confirmed the presence of Galaxy S10 for next February 20, will steal the Japanese giant’s role. However, every time we believe more firmly that Sony keeps a real beast up its sleeve. Now just filtered an image that could belong to the new Xperia XZ4.
We have known that it could have a slightly longer screen than we are used to, with an aspect ratio of 21: 9. Judging by the image that has just been filtered and that we show you here below, it could be like that.
In the image we can appreciate the expected and demanded reduction of frames that is expected from a giant like Sony. There is no sign of notch or screen boring. The Japanese company will continue to opt for a classic design but this time, reducing the frames to its maximum expression. The filtered photo shows a double rear camera with a double flash just below.
The Sony Xperia XZ4 would come with a Snapdragon 855 chip with at least 6GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. The specifications filtered to date speak of an interesting battery of 3900mAh and a 3.5 mm jack. In the photo we can not see any input for headphones, although it seems that Sony will continue to bet on it, after all is a leading company in sound and wired headphones are not dead yet.
The rumors about the camera are confusing, since the last leak of information about the XZ4 spoke of a triple configuration of rear camera. If true, the image could also belong to some variant type “Compact” of the XZ4 , while maintaining the essence in design of his older brother.
Sony is expected to make the device official during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in just over a month. Until then, we look forward to more leaks that tell us a little more about the next Sony flagship.
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