Sony's new Xperia smartphones are waterproof and dust-proof, but they sure aren't leakproof. Today's Xperia Z2 rumors reportedly reveal the still unconfirmed phone's specs and release date.
That would be a slight improvement over the current Z1's 5-inch screen and 441 pixels per inch.
Underneath the display, a familiar processor in the form of a quad-core Snapdragon S800 System-on-a-Chip is said to be at the heart of the Xperia Z2. On the back, the Z2 will reportedly have the same 20.7MP camera as its predecessor.
However, this time around the Sony G camera lens is supposed to be accompanied by a Xenon flash instead of the typical and less powerful LED flash.
More RAM and Android 4.4
Previous rumors by the same site pegged the Sony Xperia Z2 as having 3GB of RAM, literally one-upping the 2GB of RAM of the Xperia Z1.
The software is said to be incrementally improved, too, with Android 4.4 KitKat at launch instead of the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean we have now.
The question remains: When will the Sony Xperia Z2 launch? For now, it's rumored to happen in April 2014 - later than a previously thought CES 2014 unveiling.
From Xperience, take these Xperia Z2 rumors with a grain of salt, as the specs could be untrue or, more likely, change over the next seven months.
- In between, we may see an Xperia Z1 Mini with a smaller screen.