‘What? Sony already released the Xperia Z4 that we are hearing about the Z5?’
If the above was your reaction to the story that is already talking about the successor of the highly convoluted Sony Xperia Z4, then you are definitely not the only one. We were just as surprised to learn about the possibility of a Z5 when it has not been absolutely clear whether Sony ever brought the Z4 to the party. For the most people, the Xperia Z4 was the Xperia Z3 Plus the way it was announced in India. It was a minor upgrade and one you saw Sony release very half-heartedly, barely pumping any meat behind the release of the device.
It is now being rumored that Sony will release the Xperia Z5, the successor to the Z4 in September this year, and at least on paper or through the rumors everything sounds a little old and not really up to the pace. In the world of the Galaxy S6s and Quad HD display, the Xperia Z5 is slated to just bring to table a Full HD display with a 5.5 inch screen which is about .3 inches taller than what we had seen on the Xperia Z4.
In terms of storage, the phone will pack 32 GB of internal memory as well as 3 GB of RAM to keep the things running smooth. It is rumored that the Xperia Z5 will come with the controversial Snapdragon 810 SoC on board and wrap in a 20.7 MP rear camera. It is expected that the Xperia Z5 will not be the only flagship launch this year by Sony and there is another device in the making which is expected to be the flagship hero as Sony looks to re-establish its position as one of the bigger players in the mobile market after a string of disappointing years recently.