Leaked pics describe Sony’s Xperia Z5 smartphone

Leaked pics describe Sony’s Xperia Z5 smartphone

In the past few weeks we have seen more and more hints of an upcoming Sony flagship smartphone that will be known as Xperia Z5. It turns out that the device will be available in several different versions – a vanilla Z5, Z5 Compact and Z5 Premium – with all of them having the same Sony design that includes a rectangular metallic chassis and a glass-covered display.

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As it usually happens we have gotten the first pictures of the upcoming Xperia Z5 smartphone – we will not discuss them here since a picture is worth a thousand words – but we do know now that the device will have a 23 MP rear-facing camera with ½.3-inch Exmor RS sensor. The camera will also have advanced focusing capability.

The new smartphone is expected next week. As of now we do not know how much it will cost.

Source: Nextpowerup.com

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