When it is about making products available in a hurry, no one can match the pace of Sony. It’s not too far behind for a product from the house to put the curtains off (Z3), and it is all set for introducing another; the Xperia Z4. Sony has been following the conventional pattern of introducing a flagship per year, but this time with Z3 and Z4, the story might be a little different. It is here to mention that the Z3 was recently uncovered at IFA this year. Buzz is that Z4 may hit the shelves during March 2015, keeping the MWC in vision.
Time to live-up with the 4k
Sony has certainly gathered enough attentions with the name 4k video. However, it is quite apparent that neither of its Z series line-up stuffs has shown the actual class of the promised 4K. Hence, we should certainly hope the Z4 brings us the true experience of what it is called a 4K video. It’s not just about satisfying the fans, but it must stay aware of the competitors as well.
Display and snappers:
Coming with a 1080p display is quite an obvious thing, and we have witnessed it with all the previous Z series products from Sony. Anyway, we agree that each time the display size has been revamped. The company somehow managed the discontent of 1080p with Z3, but this time it must pack a minimum QHD.
Undoubtedly the Z3 packs one of the most satisfying snappers. Still, the performance under faded brightness circumstance is not of its standard; to be honest. Looking at the competitions around it is fare enough to hope for a better performance this time.
It’s the performance that matters:
Being specific, the Z4 flagship should at least run through Snapdragon 801 quad-core CPU rotating at 2.5 GHz. Though the above power specs look impressive, but real ability can be judged while dealing with the apps. In fact we have seen the arrangement with Z3 as well that too has the same configuration, but it clearly has shown some space for revamp.
In addition, 801 is big, but can’t be a mammoth. We say so as the South Korean giant Samsung has introduced 805 with its Note 4. Some even claim 810 are very near to come tagged with a device. Is it the Sony Z4? The fans hope so.
This should not repeat:
One of the unexpected kinds of flaw with the Z3 was in terms of with its impassive keypad. Though the problem was not a frequent kind, still this sort of scenario from a high-end stuff is never accepted. Fans would certainly want Sony not to repeat this with its flagship.
High-end tag for a high-end device:
It’s quite for sure that Z4 is going to match the standard of Z3, in fact more; and hence, the price is pretty much obvious to be of same standard. On this context, we guess the device to carry a tag of at least £550 off contract. In fact the Z2 is still carrying the tag of around £400. So the £550 should be in no way eyebrow rising.
A refreshing look:
Last but not the least; the Z4 should pack an out of the world design. Frankly, what looks good only gets sold. This time the fans expect a slighter bezel. How ever it may be, we want Sony to try something unique in terms of design staying away from the conventional, so-called high-end looks, or making a blend of those.