Sony Xperia XZ1 Fresh Renders Reveals Ample Bezels And Other Details

Sony has scheduled an event for IFA 2017 in Berlin, where they are expected to unveil the new Xperia XZ1 flagship. Yet, almost a week in advance there is a bunch of leaked press images has been leaked suggesting about smartphones' design and other details.

According to the leaked image by SlashLeaks, the Sony Xperia XZ1 is not going to be much different from the current flagship Xperia XZ Premium. There is still one camera on the rear side with a dedicated button on the right side. The front side of the device keeps the Xperia design with ample bezels below and above the screen.

According to the GSM Arena, the slit above the flash on the rear side clearly hints that the rear is made of metal - otherwise it wouldn't be needed for the NFC to function. The publication speculates that the sides of the Xperia XZ1 are made of plastic to accommodate the other radios.

On the specification side, previous reports suggest that Xperia XZ1 is rumored to boast the same internals as the XZ Premium. The device will have a Snapdragon 835 processor, 4GB of RAM and 19-megapixel with slow-mo video capabilities.  Apart from ample bezels a huge camera humps and a parrot on the screen is also tipped for Xperia XZ1. T

The Sony Xperia XZ1 is expected to appear at IFA 2017 along with the Xperia XZ1 Compact. The compact model of XZ1 is said to feature the Snapdragon 835 64-bit octa-core processor with 4GB RAM. The recent Geekbench listing also reveals Android 8.0 Oreo for phone, but several reports claim that this phone will come with Android Nougat.

If Sony plans to stick to the display size of the last 'Compact' model, then this Xperia XZ1 Compact is expected to ship with a 4.6-inch panel. The previously provided renders also claim that the smartphone will sport a 3.5mm headphone jack at the very top of its body, while several physical keys will be included on the right-hand side of this device. 

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