An image posted online reportedly shows Sony's upcoming Xperia XZ3 from all sides, but it reveals a feature – or rather lack thereof – that has a lot
There have already been a few leaks purported to show the Xperia XZ3. However, these latest CAD renders from industry tipster @OnLeaks and CompareRaja provide a look at the device from multiple angles, revealing a single camera.
The images contradict the initial predictions of a dual setup for the device, although that is likely to have stemmed from the fact that the Xperia XZ2 Premium has a two-fold sensor. However, it does raise the question of how accurate or up-to-date the renders are. Of course, Sony could also be holding something back in order to provide something extra with the possible release of an XZ3 Premium.
The images tweeted this week show a device with rounded corners and an FHD+ screen, not that dissimilar to the XZ2. The curved back would appear to fit well in one’s hand and the curved front display leaves no side bezel.
The anticipated flagship is rumoured to have a 5.7-inch display, 6GB of RAM and could be powered by the Snapdragon 845. And with its release date likely to be during IFA, late August early September, it’s fairly certain it will ship with Android Oreo, if not Android P.
— AFP Relaxnews
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