A few days ago the new Sony flagship , the Xperia Z3, was presented . Therefore, with the calendar to which the company has accustomed us, we should see its next terminal in early 2015 . Taking this information as a premise, we are going to review what we know so far about the device.
The Sony Xperia Z was introduced in February 2013 and the Xperia Z2 a year later, in March 2014 . Since then, the Japanese company indicated that it was going to give up the annual launch cycle that most of its companies have planned to present their top of the range. That is why he said that from then on, he was going to show them to the public every six months . So if the Xperia Z3 was revealed at IFA this year, it implies that the Z4 will be unveiled in March or April.
Let's be realistic. The Sony Xperia Z range is known for having premium materials . The Z3 features a glass and aluminum casing, a 20 megapixel camera, Snapdragon 801 quad-core processor, 5.2-inch Full HD display, and 2 gigabytes of RAM . Oh, and it's waterproof . The Z4 will be at least as powerful as this one, so it will come at a high cost. Therefore, it will have a price of around 700 euros .
Sony has previously stated that it does not believe in QHD technology . The compensation battery power for the benefit of a few extra pixels do not make sense for many manufacturers. Even less if the relationship between the autonomy of the terminals and QHD technology does not change in less than six months. Therefore, it is unlikely that we will find this type of screen on the smartphone. That said, the latest rumors suggest that Sony is experimenting with QHD panels in some of their prototypes, could one of them be the Xperia Z4?
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor should be available by the time the device comes out and it should have a number of benefits. The 64-bit architecture supports more than 4GB of RAM , which means that this chip could count on it and consequently the Z4.
Obviously, we are confident that Sony's new flagship will come with Android L , Google's operating system for smartphones and tablets. All of this could have a number of benefits included, such as improved performance and computer safety . In addition, it will have flat colors, simple fonts and smooth animations that will fill the screen of the device . Another important element that this software will have is the renewal of notifications . With this version, they can be accessed interactively from the lock screen , which is combined with the alerts panel and displays the content with cards in the style ofGoogle Now , making it easier to reply to or discard any message.
This is what we think, for the moment, of the Sony Xperia Z4 , but we will have to wait about six months to see what this terminal will really be like .