Sony Xperia XZ3 design leaked in Clean Renders: Sports Single Camera at the Back

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Amidst all the speculations about the upcoming Apple iPhones, Sony Xperia XZ3 is being teased quite a bit thereby bringing good amount of attention to the Japanese phone maker.

In a latest update, the seemingly upcoming flagship phone from Sony has been teased in very clean (and realistic looking) renders showing off its complete design. The renders reveal quite a lot of detail and if these are close to how the phone will look in flesh, we have been provided a proper vision of it.

Sony Xperia XZ3 display

Starting with the front, the first clear observation is that there is no notch, which is possibly a good thing given that there’s no purpose of having it unless it is needed. While there is decent amount of bodywork at the top and the bottom, the bezels at the sides appear to be negated. Also, the display seems to curve at the sides. Dimensions are said to be 5.7 inches which is supposed to deliver Full HD+ resolution.

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The more interesting observation comes from the backside though. According to these renders, there is only a single camera at the back. This is interesting and we would like to believe that Sony is likely keeping the dual camera setup for the XZ3 Premium variant.

Sony Xperia XZ3 camera

At the same time, we would also like to believe that the XZ3 will debut Sony’s newest IMX586 camera sensor which is capable of shooting at 48 MP. Could this be the camera in the XZ3? We wait and watch.

On the specifications front, the Xperia XZ3 will come with Snapdragon 845 processor with at least 6 GB of RAM onboard. There is a chance that it could come with Android P out of the box. Keep watching this space for more information on this as well as on other upcoming smartphones in 2018.

Image credits: OnLeaks and CompareRaja

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