After the entire spec sheet was leaked, live images of the Sony Xperia XZ3 make an appearance.
A few days ago, the entire specifications of the Sony Xperia XZ3 made the rounds. Since we know what the internals would feature, now we get to see what the handset will look like once launched.
A leak has just confirmed all what we already knew and from the live images, we can see that it will come with a tall 18:9 aspect ratio that’s surrounded by fairly thick bezels. If we take Sony’s 2017 flagship into consideration then the earpiece should act as a speaker and the bottom of the device is expected to have a stereo speaker.
At the back, we see the dual camera system that Sony is going to use with this handset. Sony used a dual camera setup with the Xperia XZ2 Premium and the identical configuration is expected to be used with the Xperia XZ3. Apart from the camera, we see Sony using a curved back.
The Sony Xperia XZ3 receives an incremental update to the Xperia XZ2 and from the specifications; we can glean that the handset will feature a Snapdragon 845 chipset. The upcoming handset measures at 153 x 72 x 10.1mm and weighs 183gms. This makes it thinner and lighter than the Xperia XZ2. It comes with an IP68 certification, much like other Sony Xperia handsets.
The handset sports a 5-7-inch Full HD+ display with a resolution of 2160 x 1080 pixels. Thereby sporting an 18:9 aspect ratio much like the Xperia XZ2. There will be 6GB RAM found here and it will come in two storage options, 64GB and 128GB. There will also be a microSD card slot included with the handset. The Xperia XZ3 comes fitted with a 3250mAh battery that comes with support for Quick Charge 3.0 which is Sony’s name for its fast charging feature.
There will be a 19MP primary camera alongside a 12MP secondary camera sporting an aperture value of f/1.6. As far as the front-facing camera goes, it will come with a 13MP shooter with an f/2.0 aperture.
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