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Sony Xperia Z5 rumored to debut in September with Snapdragon 820 & 4,500mAh battery


Not impressed with the Sony Xperia Z3+? Don’t worry, Sony is reportedly going to launch its next flagship the Xperia Z5 in September this year.

A report published by Technodify claims that the Sony Xperia Z5 will retain the same omni-balance design language that Sony has been using for quite a long time. While the design may be similar, the internals will be quite different as the report claims the Xperia Z5 will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC and will also pack 4GB of RAM. Along with the new SoC, the Z5 will also be getting a fingerprint scanner, although it isn’t known where exactly the sensor will be placed.

At the back, the Xperia Z5 is said to include the new IMX230 Exmor RS 21MP sensor with 4K video recording and HDR features. Another big USP of the upcoming flagship will reportedly be its huge 4,500mAh capacity battery. Granted, it does sound very impressive, but we doubt if Sony will be able to fit such a large battery inside when all its recent designs have given priority to thinness over battery capacity. So we would suggest you take the above info with a few grains of salt.

Source: Technodify


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