News by Luke Jones on Thursday April 02, 2015.
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Sony's Xperia Z4 has recently passed through GFXBench and the reports and rumors are stacking up around the upcoming flagship. The handset is expected to land this summer and that seems a lot more likely now that the Xperia Z4 has passed through the FCC.The FCC is of course the body that certifies products for sale and it seems Sony's new high end smartphone has passed the various tests the FCC employs. That should mean it is close to launch, and considering the FCC is based in the United States seems to suggest that Sony will roll out the Xperia Z4 in the country. The Japanese company has not always launched devices in the U.S. straight away, but it was much more assertive with the Xperia Z3 and it would be nice to see the Xperia Z4 follow a similar path. Six versions of the PM-0780 (the codename it comes with at the FCC) device were listed, but the differences are just in how the cellular radios are configured and not hardware. Those different radios will be to make the Xperia Z4 compatible with various mobile networks and LTE bands. The device measures 73 millimeters wide by 146 millimeters long, which is about the same dimensions as the Xperia Z3. That's to be expected if leaked images of the Xperia Z4 hold true, the device carries virtually the same design language as its predecessor.
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