Sony Xperia XZ Pro supposed schematics leaked; sports dual-camera

Japanese tech giant Sony is supposedly working on their flagship for 2018, expecting to be launched at MWC 2018 next month. The next device would be named Sony Xperia XZ Pro, with high bend hardware onboard. The smartphone’s specs have been leaked so far in news, and now the supposed schematics too.

The smartphone has a similar design compared to the previous Sony Xperia lineup devices except in the dual-camera setup on the rear. Even though being one of the largest camera sensor and lens manufacturer, the Sony has not yet concentrated much on pushing with new camera trends in the market. Since they have been sticking with the single-camera establishment their every smartphone, the company has now decided to go for a dual-camera experiment on smartphones. the next flagship Xperia XZ Pro will be the one which will be getting the first dual-camera among Sony’s smartphones.

Sony Xperia XZ Pro supposed schematics leaked; sports dual-camera 2
Image Source:

From the leaked schematics, the Sony Xperia XZ Pro will have a horizontally mounted dual came4ra sensors, at the left top corner as usual. Aside, the dual-LED flashlights are comprised together. the rear panel will be made of glass, hopefully with the traditional design elements. Coming to the front panel, the Sony Xperia XZ Pro has an edge-to-edge bezel-less 18:9 tall display. The front camera, NFC, speaker grill, etc. will be fixed at the top margin. The previous reports say that the Xperia XZ Pro will ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack, for the sake of universal USB Type-C port, which would not be a fair action at all.

Well, the smartphone will have the top-notch hardware specs on board to compete against Samsung Galaxy S9 and LG G7. The device will have a bezel-less 4K resolution display, powered with Snapdragon 845 and 6GB of RAM. No further details of the device have been out so far.

Stay tuned with us to know more.

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.