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LEAKED! Sony Xperia Z4, Z4 Ultra specs

Phablets abound, as handset maker tweaks flagships

LEAKED! Sony Xperia Z4, Z4 Ultra specs
The Z4 will carry the same 20.7 MP main camera as its predecessor, the Z3 (pictured).

An insider at Sony has leaked details of the Xperia Z4 and Z4 Ultra handsets prior to their anticipated Q1 releases.

According to tech site phoneArena, the Z4 will come with a 5.4-inch Quad HD Triluminos display and be powered by a Snapdragon 805 chipset. Onboard RAM will be 4GB and the handset will run Android 5.0 (Lollipop).

The Z4 will carry the same 20.7 MP main camera as its predecessor, but with a beefed up sensor and two more lens elements for enhancing light sensitivity. The front-facing "selfie" unit has also been given a tune-up and is expected to feature a 4.8MP sensor with wide-angle view.

The 3420 mAh battery means performance hours similar to the Z3. The Z4 is also expected to have thinner top and bottom front bezels, and more rounded corners.

The Z4 Ultra will reportedly be adorned with a 5.9-inch Triluminos display. It will also carry the Snapdragon 805 chipset and 4GB of RAM found in the Z4, but the camera will be a mere 16MP with dual LED flash. It is expected to measure a significantly thin 5.7mm.

PhoneArena noted that the fresh rumours contradict earlier reports attributing weightier components for both the Z4 and Z4 Ultra.

Sony is expected to unveil both handsets at International CES in Las Vegas, during a special pre-show event on 5 January.

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