A new alleged press images of the upcoming Sony Xperia Z5 made the rounds online. The highlight for all those camera aficionados out there, is that it now seems all but officially confirmed by Sony that the Z5 will feature an impressive 23MP main camera with 1/2.3” Exmor RS sensor. Take a look:
A recent teaser by Sony suggests that the camera will also have advanced focusing capability. The latter will likely be possible thanks to a hybrid autofocusing system.
Other than the camera sensor, the press renders of the Xperia Z5 reveal that the smartphone will be available in at least three color schemes – white, gold, and a shade of turquoise. Overall, the smartphone has retained the same design language as its predecessors.
The leaked device as pictured above, looks remarkably similar to those leaks came out before. The rectangular shape Sony has used since its origin with the newer rounded edges. Ports at the end of the device and sans flap indicates the smartphone will again achieve its waterproofing by sealing them rather than covering.
Indeed it looks to match up perfectly with the leaked images that had been circulating the internet:
In terms of specs, some have actually suggested the Z5 will feature a 4K display. To imagine a bump up to 4K would seemingly be defiant of the very product that would allegedly have it.
Given that the Snapdragon 820 is not yet ready, it’s possible the Z5 could once again go with the 810, or else step down to the 808 like LG did with the G4. Other rumors also indicate it will have 3GB or 4GB of RAM and an 8-megapixel front camera, along with 4K upscaling software and a seemingly impossible 4500mAh battery.
Well, just wait until next week to see if the phone will be officially unveiled or not, but things are definitely looking like a photo finish to be sure. Are you agree, Mr. Bond?