Sony's upcoming Xperia XZ3 smartphone has been the source of leaks and rumors for several months now. But with an expected debut of less than two weeks in this year's IFA event, an image that is believed to be the official product recovery has lost. The overall appearance of the device is in line with previously leaked images, and assuming that is correct, Sony seems to create two of the biggest trends in Android phones right now.
The most interesting thing is that the Xperia XZ3 has no display at all. Despite the notches that appear on devices from almost all Android phone manufacturers, including LG, Motorola, and soon even Google, the design element is still highly dislike. Instead, the Xperia XZ3 screen fits nicely between two mild but clearly present, framed upper and lower.
The second big surprise is that there is still no double camera in the back, which opposes several earlier rumors that have predicted a dual-lens setup. However, a single camera is not such a downturn when considering that Sony's new 48MP sensor is expected to make its debut in Xperia XZ3. It is also sensible that a dual camera feature can be displayed on an Xperia XZ3 Premium down the line, which just did what Sony did with Xperia XZ2 Premium.
Together with these details, the new image shows a dual-tone LED flash just above the camera, the NFC logo and a fingerprint sensor in the center of the back. It's safe to assume that the Xperia XZ3 has an Snapdragon 845 processor on the inside, along with 6GB of RAM and up to 1