Leaked Sony Xperia Z4 chassis suggests an even thinner device without a microSD slot

Back in November, we were tipped with a bunch of snaps supposedly showing us the LCD touch digitizer (images below) of the still mysterious Xperia Z4, which Sony has obviously pushed back, going against its policy of biannual flagship releases. Ever since then, we've been keeping track of the source that produced the meaty images, FutureSupplier, and our patience and persistence seems to have paid off, for we're now treated to a bunch of photos apparently showing us the Xperia Z4's chassis...
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126 Comments

130. may_czos

Posts: 955; Member since: Nov 22, 2014

It will have MicroSD.

125. dino1019

Posts: 25; Member since: Dec 01, 2014

When will Z4 be out?

129. may_czos

Posts: 955; Member since: Nov 22, 2014

Noone knows. Probably in Q2.

126. Peter12222

Posts: 2; Member since: Mar 08, 2015

I wouldn't buy a Sony xperia as it is the most sensitive phone I have ever used. Falling from 15cm and the back camera just gone, and the warranty system is a jeopardy. Can cost additional some hundreds pounds. All the Sony xperia had this problem, I have a 5 months z3 compact. If you ever drop just once you sucked. Good phone when it works, but mysterious cracks just happens. It should be much more durable to worth to buy. After 2 month if you have bad luck, the phone can be melt down inside, seriously. The caller voice just does not beat a 10 pounds phone. So disappointed.

128. may_czos

Posts: 955; Member since: Nov 22, 2014

Many people dropped their Xperias and they're fine.

131. Peter12222

Posts: 2; Member since: Mar 08, 2015

Maybe previous versions, without cover mine just fallen to a wooden floor from my bed simply, picked up, and i haven't noticed any crack, just the camera stopped working. (previously it was a misterious crack on the back panel, 3cm below the camera through the whole width) I can share the photo if you would like to, as i'm very angry and i might have an aim to humiliate the sony with all my effort. There is no warranty on this phone very likely, but the service charge being unrepaired takes 21pounds + VAT. My basic phone did cost just 10 pound. If it's so fragile, i don't thnk so, that i even send it.
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