A new Chinese report from a reputable source claims that Sony Prepares no less than five different size models for its next flagship. The more the better?
Only a few months ago we saw Sony launch Three devices Different Xperia Z5, One of which is for those who still dislike smartphones with a screen larger than 5 inches, one is for those who have always dreamed of an Ultra HD screen that will fit in their pocket - and the third is for everyone else. Some would argue that this variety is also unnecessary, but if you believe it For a fresh report Sonny thinks exactly the opposite, and are already preparing to launch the next generation -Xperia Z6 with no less than five different models.
To the Xperia Z6 Compact model, which will maintain an 4.6-inch screen size (still unknown resolution) and will contain The leading Snapdragon 820 chip, The Xperia Z6 Mini will be even smaller with only an 4-inch screen and the new Snapdragon 620 chip Qualcomm Which should provide enough power for this tiny configuration.
The standard Xperia Z6, which will maintain a 5.2-inch screen like the previous four generations of the device, will be joined by the Xperia Z6 Plus and Xperia Z6 Ultra tablets, which will offer 5.8-inch and 6.4-inch screens, respectively - and all three will also be based on chip The Snapdragon 820 is quad-core. The Xperia Z6 and Xperia Z6 Plus models, which stand out as the two most prestigious and advanced in the bunch, will apparently also include 'three-dimensional' touch sensing technology - in the style of Huawei's Force Touch and's 3D Touch Dark.
The report may sound strange and even fantastical and fantastical, but it should be noted that it comes from a account that is one of the two leaks of the Weibo (Facebook-Twitter Chinese ') most popular and trusted - so despite everything it seems better to take these little pieces of information seriously.
Would you like to see Sony launching a lot of products under its flagship brand, or is it a mistake that would seriously hurt the reputation created forXperia Z over the years? Share your opinions with comments.