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Sony Xperia Z4 gets certification for Japanese operators




Xperia smartphones were a no-show during the CES 2015 but that doesn’t mean Sony is not cooking up something for their consumers. Reports show that a family of Xperia Z4 was already certified by the Japanese Communication Ministry.

Xperia Z3


The Sony Xperia Z4 will have three versions in Japan namely for NTT DoCoMo, KDDI, and SoftBank. Xperia phones usually have their own iteration on their homeland which varies by mobile operators.

All three variants were certified for Bluetooth, WLAN, and LTE connectivity, which will feature Vo-LTE technology for HD voice calls. The next flagship is said to have the same screen size (5.2″) of the Z3 and similar design language. A Z4 Compact (4.7″) and a Z4 Ultra (6.44″) is also expected to be released alongside the Xperia Z4.

Via: GSMDome
Source: BlogOfMobile.com



This article was contributed by Daniel Morial, a film school graduate and technology enthusiast. He's the geeky encyclopedia and salesman among his friends for anything tech.

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4 Responses

  1. Xperia Boy says:

    Sony should really make the Xperia Z4 Ultra 6.44″ an entertainment powerhouse; most phones nowadays are powerpacked for everyday use which is good but for entertainment enthusiasts having good big screen + best speakers will complete their lives..

    • Angelo Balaguer says:

      So, you want an entertainment powerhouse?
      Go buy a home theater system instead. Beats having to watch a beautiful movie on a smartphone with a small screen and not-so-cinematic speakers to boot.

    • raze says:

      @Xperia Boy
      Good job on butchering the hell out of english grammar.

  2. Easy E says:

    im a fan of the ultra but I can’t afford one. I am very sure that this will be very expensive. Are there any cheaper brands that is of the same or near this size? Yes we know 6inchers, but 6+inch? Not sammy pls.

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