Sony announced today its new Xperia XZ3 line smartphone, which has powerful specifications and a bet on a 3D curved glass design. The device will be present during the technology fair IFA 2018 in Berlin.
One of the main features of the device is its thin-edged 6-inch (18: 9 aspect ratio) QHD + (2880×1400 pixels) OLED screen which is also compatible with HDR.
The smartphone also features a 19.2 MP rear-facing camera, equipped with its own Motion Eye system and enables 4-way HDR and 4x video recording, and a 13.2MP front-facing camera with an F.19 aperture lens and portrait mode for selfies.
Other specifications of the XZ3 running on the new Android Pie (9.0) include Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 processor, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage (expandable via microSD), 3.300mAh battery, support for wireless recharge (Qi) and resistance to water and dust.
Also worth mentioning is the new interface with AI (Artificial Intelligence), which allows you to navigate the device in a simple way with just one hand. A double-tap anywhere on the display brings the quick access menu, with predictions from the apps and settings the user may want to use based on their lifestyle, time of day, location and frequency of use, according to the manufacturer.
Available in black, silver (white silver), green (forest green) and bordeaux (Bordeaux red), the Sony Xperia XZ3 will be released in late September in “various countries and regions” – not specified by the manufacturer.