Sony seems to be out of the whole smartphone scene right now. The company has launched some phones this year in the mid-range as well as the flagship segment, but still, it doesn’t seem to give any competition to other companies. At the next year’s Mobile World Congress, we are expecting to see the launch of Sony Xperia XZ4, which, as the name suggests, is going to be the successor of Xperia XZ3. It will be a high-end flagship and today, none other than OnLeaks revealed the CAD-based renders of the phone.
The CAD renders reveal one of the highlights of the Xperia XZ4 which is something we haven’t seen on any of the previously launched Xperia devices. There are triple cameras on the back which means Sony is now going to follow the trend of adding more cameras in a smartphone.
It is good to see that the phone doesn’t have a notch and has a symmetrical design with even bezels on top and bottom. The fingerprint scanner is once again placed on the side and not on the rear as seen on this year’s Sony phones. The three cameras are arranged vertically on teh rear in a single module. The back is made out of glass, and the Sony Xperia XZ4 has a metal frame.
The USB Type-C port is present on the bottom, and there’s no headphone jack. The dedicated shutter button is still there on the right side which is something we see on almost every Sony phone. The speaker grill is placed on the bottom, but we hope that there is a secondary speaker placed under the earpiece on the front.
The dimensions of the phone are 166.9 x 72.4 x 8.2mm, and the screen is rumoured to be a 6.5-inch panel. We don’t have any idea of the specifications yet.