Alleged Xperia XZ Pro Schematics Leaked


Schematics of a Sony smartphone speculated to be the Xperia XZ Pro have leaked before the upcoming Mobile World Congress 2018. Sony is expected to unveil their new lineup of Xperia phones including the Xperia XZ Pro.

The schematics depict the front and the back of the smartphone. The front is flush with what seems to be an edge-to-edge display. The selfie camera flanks the right side of the earpiece and the speaker grill sits on the bottom bezel. The back features a dual camera setup on the top left corner. The Xperia logo sits right in the middle of the back along with the NFC signage. A side-mounted fingerprint scanner sits on the right side of the frame. along with the dedicated camera key and the volume control keys.

The Xperia XZ Pro is speculated to sport a 5.7-inch 4K OLED display with an 18:9 aspect ratio. The phone will have nothing less than flagship specs, with rumors being rife that it will feature the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 coupled with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage. The front camera is expected to be a 13MP snapper, whereas the rear camera details are yet to be reported, but I am sure Sony would not disappoint with the camera.

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9 Comments

  1. Billy Williams
    January 26, 2018

    can’t wait. I still think 4k is a novel feature but hey. I’m in it for the Sony Dual cameras. I would like to see whether they opt for telephoto, wide angle, monochrome/RGB or optical zoom. Hopefully they make some improvements to their ridiculously good Slow Motion video that allows for longer capture times. It was rendered almost useless in previous versions due to the nature of how it would only record the slow motion for about 2 seconds tops. So you had to set up things in order to make use of it.

    • Cyril Dieudonné
      January 29, 2018

      me too. I love Sony products. I really wish they could comeback and teach Huawei some lessons

      • Billy Williams
        January 29, 2018

        I think aiming for Huawei is unrealistic. Huawei at this point outclasses them at literally every possible point. Sony seems content with their marketshare as they have completely left the lower end market. They have resigned themselves to making 2-3 phones a years and making whatever they can from that. Over the last 2 years they have literally released the exact same phone multiple times with only a slight spec difference along the way but no major (or minor) design difference. According to their own team, their goal is to position themselves in the future to take advantage of where they expect the market to head. As such I don’t think they care to make a “comeback” they are happy where they are. Unlike the other old giants of the industry (HTC, LG, etc) Sony remains profitable even with its ridiculously small market share. So as long as that’s they case, I think they are content. Which really does suck for the industry.

  2. Billy Williams
    January 26, 2018

    can’t wait. I still think 4k is a novel feature but hey. I’m in it for the Sony Dual cameras. I would like to see whether they opt for telephoto, wide angle, monochrome/RGB or optical zoom. Hopefully they make some improvements to their ridiculously good Slow Motion video that allows for longer capture times. It was rendered almost useless in previous versions due to the nature of how it would only record the slow motion for about 2 seconds tops. So you had to set up things in order to make use of it.

    • Cyril Dieudonné
      January 29, 2018

      me too. I love Sony products. I really wish they could comeback and teach Huawei some lessons

    • Billy Williams
      January 29, 2018

      I think aiming for Huawei is unrealistic. Huawei at this point outclasses them at literally every possible point. Sony seems content with their marketshare as they have completely left the lower end market. They have resigned themselves to making 2-3 phones a years and making whatever they can from that. Over the last 2 years they have literally released the exact same phone multiple times with only a slight spec difference along the way but no major (or minor) design difference. According to their own team, their goal is to position themselves in the future to take advantage of where they expect the market to head. As such I don’t think they care to make a “comeback” they are happy where they are. Unlike the other old giants of the industry (HTC, LG, etc) Sony remains profitable even with its ridiculously small market share. So as long as that’s they case, I think they are content. Which really does suck for the industry.

    • Cyril Dieudonné
      March 29, 2018

      Who said “they care about coming back” ??? I said, I hope they will comeback.
      You talk a lot. Sony stays in this market for strategic reasons. Mainly because they sell components. They obviously don’t care about taking market shares for the moment.
      But if I quote you: “their goal is to position themselves in the future to take advantage of where they expect the market to head”, it means they still keep in mind to “comeback, one day. When it will be profitable for them to comeback.
      Nokia was a giant, and they failed. Huawei isn’t a giant, and can fail. As long as they are Chinese companies, bending the back front of their new king “elected for ever”, they can fail, they can be shutdown at any moment for any reasons. Big or not. China doesn’t care of the famous “too big to fail” Huawei also does more than just smartphones, and they can drop the ball at any moment, to go where the business is juicier. So… Apple will fail, sooner or later. I hope sooner than later. Huawei will fail as well. I just hope it can happen the earlier possible.

    • Billy Williams
      March 29, 2018

      Well to be honest I didn’t make that reply to disagree with you. In fact I think you’re going out of your way to disagree with me…especially considering it’s months later. But since you’re making the point that huawei and Apple will fall there has to be a reason for that. Everyone knows that HTC, LG, Sony, Motorola all fell apart at the same time for one reason…Samsung. Samsung spent so much money in marketing and changed the game so much with their phones that none of the other companies could keep up. Samsung saw the market change and took advantage of it. Apple will continue to be where it is as long as they are the only producers of their product and as long as their product IS their ecosystem. You don’t just buy an iPhone…you buy the Apple Watch, the Airpods, the iPads, the Mac computers, Apple TV, Homepod…etc. Their brand loyalty alone will keep them relevant. I can’t wait to see the Giants fall…I just need a business forcast that would produce that effect. Samsung literally sold exploding phones, refunded them all and still had a 30% market share. Their customer will keep buying. That’s just kind of how it goes right now. But I don’t honestly care, when businesses compete it’s the customers who win. Right now we are winning, so why spend time worrying about companies failing

    • Billy Williams
      March 29, 2018

      Well to be honest I didn’t make that reply to disagree with you. In fact I think you’re going out of your way to disagree with me…especially considering it’s months later. But since you’re making the point that huawei and Apple will fall there has to be a reason for that. Everyone knows that HTC, LG, Sony, Motorola all fell apart at the same time for one reason…Samsung. Samsung spent so much money in marketing and changed the game so much with their phones that none of the other companies could keep up. Samsung saw the market change and took advantage of it. Apple will continue to be where it is as long as they are the only producers of their product and as long as their product IS their ecosystem. You don’t just buy an iPhone…you buy the Apple Watch, the Airpods, the iPads, the Mac computers, Apple TV, Homepod…etc. Their brand loyalty alone will keep them relevant. I can’t wait to see the Giants fall…I just need a business forcast that would produce that effect. Samsung literally sold exploding phones, refunded them all and still had a 30% market share. Their customer will keep buying. That’s just kind of how it goes right now. But I don’t honestly care, when businesses compete it’s the customers who win. Right now we are winning, so why spend time worrying about companies failing