A couple of days ago, the first pictures of Sony’s Xperia Z3 leaked online. Today, more images of the handset have made their way online, showing off the design in all its glory.
From the images, it is quite clear that Sony is going to retain its OmniBalance design language and has just tweaked the Z2′s design for its upcoming flagship.
The sides of the Z3 are more curvier than the Z2, probably to help improve ergonomics. Another design tweak is that the front-facing stereo speakers have been moved from the top and bottom edges of the device, respectively, to somewhere in the middle of the top and bottom bezels.
An image of the rear of the phone also confirms that Sony is once again going with its 20.7MP Exmor R 2/3-inch camera sensor, which is already found inside its other high-end smartphones including the Z1, Z1 Compact and the Z2.
The source of the leak does not mention the final specs of the handset but the Z3 is more likely than not going to come with a 1080p screen, a Snapdragon 801 processor clocked at 2.5GHz and 3GB of RAM — which barely makes it an update over the Z2.
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