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There are new renders and specification leaks floating around of what could be Sony’s most exciting Xperia to date, featuring a 22MP camera no less. It’s dubbed the “Z3X” and if indeed real, it’s about to make current smartphones (and smartphone owners) cower in the corner and weep.
Uncovered on Digi-Wo, the alleged phone features a Snapdragon 810 2.86GHz with 64-bit instruction sets, 4GB RAM and a massive 6.14″ 2560×1152 display. The device will also feature a rather standard 16GB storage, but it will run Google’s forthcoming Android L OS.
The camera however is the real show stopper. Featuring a 22MP sensor and the ability to house Sony’s external Teleconverter lenses, it’s essentially a 7.9mm-thin DSLR camera.
The super phone will allegedly be available by next year, but of course, smartphone leaks have not been entirely reliable of late. We do hope Sony decides to make this device though. It would, however, demand a considerably hefty wallet.