Sony has officially announced its new flagship Sony Xperia Z4 phone in Japan. This is almost on heels of Sony’s MWC 2015 announcement for the Xperia Z4 Tab. The giant has not revealed anything on a global scale yet but this summer you can get hands on the Z4 in copper, white, green and black variants at Japanese stores.
The flagship phone comes at a time when Sony failed to woo the consumers at the smartphone front. Interestingly, this time Sony has chosen to slash the battery to 2930 mAh instead of 3000 mAh which we saw in Xperia Z3. However, before getting your hopes high we need to inform you that the Z4 might not be much different from the Xperia Z3. The sleek look, metal and glass fringed build and light 144 gram weight gives us nothing unique on this front though.
While the 5.2-inch screen will come in 1080p LCD and the smartphone will house a 20.7 MP main clicker. The 2GHz 8-core 64-bit Snapdragon 810 processor clubbed with 3 GB RAM could speed operations on Z4 up and as expected, it will run on Android 5.0 Lollipop. As is standard with the Xperia line of phones, the Z4 will be dust and water resistant as well.