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Sony Xperia XZ Pro expected to be announced at MWC with 4K OLED display

17 January 2018 2

Sony's upcoming flagship Xperia XZ Pro rumors start appearing online. As per the latest report from a Chinese source, the upcoming flagship from Sony will debut as XZ Pro. The device rumored to have a 5.7-inches OLED display with 4K screen resolution. Under the hood, the Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 SoC will be powering it like most of the future flagships. The report also claims Sony will be unveiling the XZ Pro at this year MWC show.

The new flagship from Sony is also expected to have a revamped design like the recently announced XA2 lineup. Sony fans are witnessing OmniBalance design from a number of years, the XZ Pro will ditch the traditional metal slab design with a new "Mirai" design. The new design language from Sony brings ultra-thin bezels from three edges. Despite having thin bezels, the Sony smartphones won't have 2:1 display instead they will retain the 16:9 display. The XZ Pro display will have a screen resolution of 1260 x 3840 pixels. Apart from the 4K display, the XZ Pro is expected to have dual rear snappers.

The primary snapper of 18MP with 1.33μm pixels size whereas the secondary sensor of 12MP with 1.38μm pixel size. A couple of new renders of XZ Pro suggests the dual rear snappers are placed vertically in the center with dual LED flashlight. The fingerprint scanner will be under the power button. The Octa-core Snapdragon 845 SoC will be accompanied with 6GB RAM and built-in native storage will be 128GB. Its storage is further expandable using MicroSD card. A 3,420mAH battery cell will keep the XZ Pro lights on. If the company wraps off the cover from XZ Pro at MWC 2018, still the device will be released in June 2018 pretty much similar to last year.



Sony Xperia XZ Pro expected to be announced at MWC with 4K OLED display
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