Xperia Z4 to have touch finger print sensor & metal design

A few days back we heard that all leaks associated with Sony E6553 could be of Xperia Z3 Neo rather than Xperia Z4 and now few more leaks associated with Xperia Z4 design and release date have been revealed.

As per @ViziLeaks, Sony will be using a metal design for Xperia Z4 (previously they used glass). Sony signature power button in Xperia Z4 gets a refreshed design with built-in touch finger print sensor.

Xperia Z4 design info

As seen in the tweet made by @ViziLeaks, Xperia Z4 is tipped to come out in Septemeber, hopefully at IFA 2015.

Well, still it is not clear that is Sony going to two introduce two Xperia devices i.e. Xperia Z3 Neo & Xperia Z4 within such short period of time or only Xperia Z4.

As we have seen touch finger print sensor in recently launched HTC One M9+, Samsung Galaxy S6, iPhone 6 and now Sony putting a touch finger print sensor in Xperia Z4, it seems a cool idea to us but inbuilt in power button, will it be able to function properly.

Below are the photos which have been leaked so far of Sony E6553 (hopefully Xperia Z3 Neo not Xperia Z4)

What do you think guys, is going all metal and putting touch finger print sensor in Xperia Z4 is a good idea. Let us know.

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Specifications of Xperia Z4, Z4 Compact, Z4 Ultra, Z4 Tablet rumored

A few days back Xperia Z4 specifications were rumored with the fact that Sony may maintain one flagship device per year and now a few more Xperia “Z4” series device’s existence have been rumored. Alleged specifications of Xperia Z4 Compact, Xperia Z4 Tablet and Xperia Z4 Ultra were spotted today online via the same source which posted Xperia Z4 specifications last time.

Xperia Z4 series is expected from Sony seeing the previous lineup but will they feature the same specifications as posted below is a matter of question right now. It can’t be guaranteed that below posted specifications are true or false so take it with a pinch of salt for the time being. Let’s see what Sony is holding for new Xperia Z4 series.

Xperia Z4 Specifications – Rumored

Earlier rumored specifications of Xperia Z4 said that it may feature 5.5-inch Quad HD (2560 x 1440) display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 MSM8994 64-bit chipset Octa-core processor 2.8 GHz, Adreno 430, 4 GB RAM, 20.7 MP rear cam with curved Exmor RS CMOS imaging sensor. and 32 GB internal storage.

While new set of rumored specifications says Sony may drop magnetic charging port and will be adopting Qi wireless charging in upcoming Xperia Z4. IP68 water resistant rated with micro USB port without flaps.

Xperia Z4 Compact Specifications – Rumored

Xperia Z4 Compact will see FHD 1080p resolution this time with 4.6″ display. It is expected to use Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 MSM8994 64-bit chipset Octa-core processor 2.8 GHz just like Xperia Z4 ( rumored ).

In below you can see the latest Xperia Z3 series devices.

Xperia Z4 Series rumored

Xperia Z4 Tablet Specifications – Rumored

Sony is expected to launch Xperia Z4 Tablet at the same time when Xperia Z4 will be unveiled. It will be again 10.1″ but a QHD Display. It is believed that Sony is also testing 2840 x 2160 px display but the final retail device is expected to come with QHD display only rather than ( 4K ). It is expected to sport the same design as Xperia Z3 Compact but with much thinner bezels as compared to Xperia Z2 Tablet.

Stereo speakers will be present and it is expected to come as one of the thinnest and light 10″ tablet. It is rumored to come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 MSM8994 64-bit chipset Octa-core processor 2.8 GHz, 32 GB internal storage, 4 GB RAM, 13 MP rear cam and 8 MP front cam.

Xperia Z4 Ultra Specifications – Rumored

After a long time Xperia Z Ultra’s successor is reported. Xperia Z4 Ultra is expected to come with 6.4″ display with QHD resolituon or 4K resolution. Not much is available on Xperia Z4 Ultra for the time being.

What do you think guys about the rumored specifications of Xperia Z4 series. Let us know, drop your comments below.

Source – AndroidOrigin | Thanks for the tip, Ben!