Sony Xperia XZ4 release: This phone’s biggest feature has just been teased

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Xperia XZ4 is the presumed name given to the Xperia XZ3’s successor and has been rumoured to introduce a number of substantial changes for Android fans.

The handset is expected to be powered by Qualcomm’s latest and greatest Snapdragon 855 processor, have at least 6GB of RAM and three cameras on its rear.

However, the biggest change rumoured is surely the phone’s display that could have a unique 21:9 aspect ratio.

This means the XZ4 could have a taller panel than many of its rivals.

Last month, renowned leaker Ice Universe showcased alleged screen protectors for the hardware that displayed just how tall Sony’s new device could be.

The tipster placed the claimed film next to an iPhone Xs Max and insisted the screen of the XZ4 appeared to be similar in size to the entirety of Apple’s most premium offering.

He said: “I received the tempered film of the Sony Xperia XZ4.

“This phone is too long. After measuring, the length of the XZ4 screen is 15.2cm, which is similar to the length of the iPhone Xs Max.”

Sony’s newest flagship has been claimed to arrive with a 6.5-inch display that could, just like its predecessor, take advantage of the firm’s BRAVIA TV technology to deliver an immersive viewing experience.

However, unlike the XZ3, the XZ4 has been rumoured to come with incredibly small bezels on its top and bottom.

In fact, leaked renders of the device that emerged courtesy of case manufacturer Olixar have shown the phone with similar-looking borders to that offered by Samsung’s Note 9 handset.

Although Sony will not take to the stage at MWC until Monday, the firm has already taken to Twitter to tease the forthcoming flagship.

The OEM posted a teaser video that appeared to showcase the unique aspect ratio of the XZ4.

Text accompanying the clip read: “Embrace a new perspective with Xperia at Sony MWC.”

Sony’s event at the tech show will start at 7.30am GMT on Monday, February 25, where all the details of the firm’s new phone are expected to be discussed.

Express.co.uk will be covering proceedings live.



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