The rest of the features in the Xperia XZ3 remain unchanged. This 2,880 x 1,440 (18:9) screen was crafted with the help of Sony's Bravia TV team, and the company basically says its brightness, contrast and color reproduction are unmatched. The similarity is especially noticeable from the back side where the same is located only one camera, led flash, laser auto focus and a fingerprint scanner. Upfront though, the smartphone has been suggested to come with a 13-megapixel camera for taking selfies. On the battery front, the smartphone is expected to pack in a 3,240mAh battery underneath its hood.
Sony's added a number of new AI features to the phone created to help you find the right application for the time of day and activity you're performing, and added a new Side Sense technology that brings up the recommended app with a tap to the side of the phone. It measures 158 x 73 x 9.9 mm and it weighs 193grams. The display also has Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection. The display itself is said to be a pOLED panel but the size is as yet unknown.
The Side Sense feature also works when when you've launched the camera. The device will feature a USB Type-c for charging and data transfers. The leaked images reveal that the phone will available in many color options, Black, Silver White, Bordeaux Red and Forest Green. The front camera only supports Full HD.
Xperia XZ3 includes a 19MP Motion Eye rear-facing camera, which is capable of shooting 4K Ultra HD HDR videos and 960fps slow motion video. That means Sony went with a design that made the most of its extra space.
The battery underneath is a 3300 mAh unit, which supports Quick Charge 3.0, as well as Qi Wireless Charging. The function of 3D scanning individuals had the opportunity to create animated images, allowing you to share emotions. When you activate it in the settings just pick the smartphone in front of him in a horizontal position to make photos.
It is important to note that the Xperia XZ3 has become the first smartphone with preloaded out of the box new Android operating system 9.0 Pie. The feature was a little fussy in the demo area at IFA, but after a few tries we got it working. Sony will probably follow Google's design language though, so you'll probably get horizontal multitasking, but we're not sure if navigation gestures will be included.