After launching the Xperia Z4 exclusively in Japan last month, Sony has rebranded the phone as the Xperia Z3+ for its global launch.
There is no difference between the Japanese Xperia Z4 and the Z3+, nor is there much of a difference between it and the original Z3. The new flagship model will offer fairly standard Xperia features, such as waterproofing, a 20.7MP rear camera, a 5MP front-facing camera, a 5.2-in full HD screen and a familiar design.
The only real upgrade on the Z3 is the new processor. The new handset is powered by a 64-bit, octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processorwith an updated Adreno 430 GPU.
It’s also 0.4mm thinner than the Z3, comes loaded with 32GB flash memory rather than 16GB and has a 2,930mAh battery that Sony claims will give you up to two days of use and one day of use from just a 45 minute charge.
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