New Sony Xperia Z4 phone coming out

Although the Sony Xperia Z3 is on the market recently, the Japanese manufacturer is already preparing the next generation with the New Sony Xperia Z4 phone coming out which should be arriving in early March, at the Mobile World Congress 2015.

Today, now the Android Origin website reveals, exclusively, the first alleged specifications of the Sony Xperia Z4. According to this new report, it will be equipped with a 64 bit Qualcomm Snapdragon processor clocked at 810 2.8Ghz and supported by his Adreno 430 GPU and 4GB of RAM.
A concept of the Sony Xperia Z4
 A concept of the Sony Xperia Z4
Side of the screen, it would take on a slab display of 5.5 inch Quad HD resolution 2560 x 1440 pixels. A Xperia Z4 thus repel, once and for all, the limits were Sony imposed until Z3 . The device would also offer a dedicated amplifier, the audio quality offered is obviously the heart of the concerns of the firm.

For the photo part, Sony sensor abandon the famous IMX220 we find from the Z1 and replace it with a new camera sensor Exmor CMOS RS curved, still 20.7 Megapixels but the curved character would capture much more light improving considerably photos taken in low light.

Finally, the storage capacity would increase from 16 GB to 32 GB. Would, moreover, the first unit of the firm to offer 4G Class 6-300 Mbps and Bluetooth 4.1. The "Omni-balance" design we find from the Xperia Z would be retained. Note that this is not the first time we read that the Sony Xperia Z4 propose a Quad HD screen and a 64 Bit.

  •     Screen: 5.5 inch Quad HD resolution 2560 x 1440 pixels
  •     Processor: 64 Bit octo core Qualcomm Snapdragon clocked at 2.8Ghz 810
  •     Ram: 4GB
  •     Internal Storage: 32 GB
  •     Camera: CMOS Exmor RS curved 20.7 Megapixels
  •     Multimedia: dedicated amplifier and stereo speakers
  •     Connectivity: WiFi, Bluetooth 4.1
  •     Network: 4G LTE Category 6-300 Mbits

Note that it would be the only upscale planned for next year, for the firm, because again according to the same source, Sony has decided to slow down the renewal cycle just flahsghip a year instead of every six months on the basis that too little innovation can be offered from one model to another, in the space of six months.