Screenshots showing Sony's take on Android Lollipop appear, possibly taken from a SD810-toting Xperia Z4

Interface UI screenshots of the Xperia Z4
At this point, it seems that Sony is on the fence whether it should continue churning out smartphones or give up on this segment as a whole. We're not expecting the Sony Xperia Z4 anytime soon, not at next week's MWC in particular, but this doesn't mean that the device is not going to see the light of day at all. 

Recently we heard that the expected successor of the Sony Xperia Z3might have a dual SIM version. Rolling under the PM-0851-BV, it ever so slightly differs from the purported Z4 flasghip, which is allegedly known as the PM-0850-BV - judging from this difference, we speculated that the only thing separating both devices is the addition of a second SIM slot in the PM-0851-BV, while the rest of the hardware specs will remain mostly the same.

A brand new batch of UI screenshots purportedly showing Sony's take on Android Lollipop just popped up, allegedly made on the dual-SIM Xperia Z4 edition (however, there is no evidence that the device used is not the Xperia Z4). The screenshots reportedly treat us to the way Android 5.0.2 Lollipop will end up looking on Sony's next batch of phones. 

We get to see the Settings menu and its "About phone" section in particular, which reveals that the device is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 MSM8994 chipset, hinting at a flagship handset. Of course, a member of the Xperia Z4 family is the main suspect.

The dialer and the clock app, which borrow a ton of Google's Material Design guidelines. Of course, this UI could end up on a whole array of already-released Sony handsets.

source: XperiaBlog
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