The upcoming Xperia XZ3 smartphone from Sony has been the source of leaks and rumors for several months. But with an expected debut in less than two weeks at this year's IFA event, an image that is considered an official product renderer has been resolved. The overall picture of the device is consistent with the previous images, and assuming it is correct, it looks like Sony is rejecting two of the biggest trends in Android phones.
The most interesting is that the Xperia XZ3 does not contain a display notch at all. Despite the scores on devices from almost every Android phone manufacturer, including LG, Motorola, and soon even Google, the design element remains widely disregarded. Instead, the display of the Xperia XZ3 fits well between two light but clearly visible panels on the top and bottom.
The other big surprise is that there is still no dual camera on the back, which speaks against some earlier rumors prophesying a dual lens setup. However, a single camera is not all that disappointing, considering Sony's new 48-megapixel sensor in Xperia XZ3 celebrates its premiere. It also makes sense that a dual camera feature on an Xperia XZ3 Premium could appear across the board, exactly what Sony did with the Xperia XZ2 Premium.
Along with these details, the new image shows a two-color LED flash directly above the camera's NFC logo and a fingerprint sensor in the center of the back. It's safe to expect Xperia XZ3 will feature a Snapdragon 845 processor on the inside, along with 6GB of RAM and up to 1