The Sony Xperia Z4 is all set for an announcement in March at the annual Mobile World Congress event. However, the device has already started making its way to the leaks and rumors with the latest pertaining to an FCC listing where the device has been allegedly certified.
This listing doesn’t reveal much, but we know that this mystery Sony flagship will support LTE bands 2, 5 as well as 7 by default. Older reports have mentioned that the Sony flagship will be available in two separate variants – one with a QHD display and the other sporting a 1080p panel. It has been mentioned that the latter will be targeted towards global markets while the Quad HD model will hit the North American markets.
This might not be a bad idea considering that Sony is virtually non-existent in the U.S. markets. However, since a large chunk of its sales come from Asia and Europe, it might not go down well with the fans in the region. Either way, Sony needs to act quickly as it cannot afford to lose more money in the mobile department. We’ll keep an ear to the ground and provide more details on the smartphone as we have it.
Via: Xperia Blog