Sony unveils some of the highlights of the Sony Xperia XZ4, the next best line of smartphone range from the Japanese smartphone maker that should be uncovered during the MWC in Barcelona next year. The first leaked picture of the display protection glass appears to confirm it: Sony is extending the length of Xperia XZ4 which is similar to the length of Apple iPhone XS MAX. The Sony smartphone display show up in the unusual 21:9 configuration, while the current trend is towards the 19:9 display.
In a tweet Ice Universe reveals some of the highlights of Sony Xperia XZ4. It will have a Qualcomm most recent chipset Snapdragon 855 SoC processor which you may see in Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone along with a 6GB RAM and 64/256GB Internal Storage that might be expandable via a Micro SD card and this smartphone will support 5G Next-Generation connectivity.
According to the sources it will sports a 6.55 inch display with an unusual aspect ratio of 21:9 which is amazingly extended, with FullHD+ resolution. The cameras are vertically aligned and the LED flash is setup above the cameras. The right side holds the volume button, fingerprint sensor is on the right side of the device which is originally placed in Xperia XZ3 and power key, while the bottom contains the speaker, USB port type C and microphone. Sony is the only smartphone maker out there still adding a dedicated camera button. If you are looking out there for a great phone from Sony, this is a really nice option .
Whereas Sony appears to have decided to include a larger battery (3,900mAh) and it’s time to think about the Xperia XZ4 successor. We already know some specifications and some design renderers so expect to hear more on the Sony Xperia XZ4 reveal date.