Some live images of Sony’s upcoming flagship Xperia XZ1 have surfaced online. These images show the smartphone from different angles, revealing the design, but that’s not all as the images also came with details about the specification. The Company is expected to unveil the smartphone at the IFA conference in Berlin on September 10.
The leak shows that the smartphone has a unibody metal design and it follows the same design aesthetics its predecessor. At the rear the device has a large cutout for the flash which also comes with Laser AF and RGBC-IR sensor. This extra space could suggest that the company may introduce a new camera feature for its upcoming flagship Xperia XZ1.
As for the leaked configuration, the device will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 with Andreno 540 GPU and it will come with 4GB of RAM. It will feature a 5.2-inch HDR Triluminos display and will sport a 19MP camera on the rear. And in the front, it will have a 13MP camera for selfies, video-call, etc.. The handset will come with a new Sony 3D creator feature and will be protected from dust and water as it has IP65/68 certification.