Sony has strangely followed a bi-annual update cycle where it updates it flagship devices twice an year. It is a strange strategy as it always seeds in a doubt in the mind of the buyer how long will their device remain as the top end device from the company. It was barely a few months ago when Sony had announced the Xperia Z3, the current flagship and looks like if you purchased one thinking Sony will ditch the plan of two updates an year, you were wrong and your device is all set to get old.
The first set of images of the Sony Xperia Z4 have surfaced online and they point towards a narrower bezel and a slimmer profile, all of which will be unveiled at MWC in Barcelona in March.
The images of the front panel of the device have been leaked out by a user on Chinese website Weibo which clearly shows a fair few difference in the device when compared to the Z3. For a start you have a clear difference in the front facing camera and the ambient sensor fueling the rumors of a high end selfie camera which is expected at about 4.8 MP. The screen on the device is expected to be a 5.5 inch Quad HD display with 4 GB of RAM and Snapdragon 810 at the heart. The battery on the unit is expected to be around 3420 mAh and will bring IP 67 rating too.