New rumours are swirling around the web regarding Sony’s forthcoming Xperia Z4. The top–end handset, expected to make its debut in January, is the subject of two leaks, both of which claim the screen will clock in at 5.2–inches.
That’s a touch smaller than the 5.4–inch screen pegged for the device in reports last month.
One source told Phone Arena that the handset will not pack the Quad HD screen talked up in previous chatter and will instead be home to a standard 1080p effort.
A screengrab from an internal presentation appears to back this up.
However, another supply-chain source reckons it will use the higher screen standard and come with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810 processor.
The latter seems unlikely, as the component is said to have been delayed due to low yield rates and may not make an appearance in any smartphone until spring.
Sony’s Xperia Z4 is due to launch at next month’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, just four months after the company revealed its Z3 handset.
Other gossip has suggested it’ll use Sony’s impressive new 21-megapixel camera module, officially unveiled last month.