Sony Xperia XZ1 appeared in the benchmark database GFXBench, which has betrayed the technical specifications of this model. What is the latest Sony flagship that we will meet at IFA 2017 in Berlin? All indications are that a rather frameless design.
Any clues indicate that at the IFA 2017 in Berlin, Japanese Sony will bring two top Xperia smartphones. One of them will be Xperia XZ1 Compact, which last week hit the benchmarks, betraying its specifications. Now it's time for the Xperia XZ1 , which was found on GFXBench.As expected, the Xperia XZ1 will be Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 with Adreno 540 graphics. It's not surprising that 4GB is the absolute standard for smartphones of this class. Although 6GB of RAM is becoming more and more popular, but on Sony devices, such storage capacity will only appear one year later, at the next IFA (I guess). All in all, 64GB of memory will be available for user files. On the back panel of Xperia XZ1 will be the 19-megapixel main camera . To be honest, I doubt it was another unit from the one we know of Xperia XZ Premium. I suspect that the technical specifications of the camera will be exactly the same, that is, we will deal with a 1 / 2.3 inch Exmor RS matrix with attached memory, a modern Sony IMX400 sensor, triple image processing, predictive hybrid autofocus and light f / 2.0. The icing on the cake will be the ability to record movies at 960 fps. For Sony samsung builders will prepare a 13-megapixel camera, supposedly with recording in 4K. It is worth mentioning two points. Firstly, the screen will be about 5.1 inches and Full HD resolution, with a standard aspect ratio of 16: 9 . In this situation, there is no chance of narrow framing around the screen, as the required panel from JDI presents content in 18: 9 format. Secondly, the Xperia XZ1 is supposed to work under Android 8.0 O (atmeal Cookie?). In short – nothing surprising . Frankly, I do not know if Sony will surprise us on the IFA 2017 in any way. The question is, did anyone count on any surprises made by this manufacturer? Source: Reddit