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Is this how the Sony Xperia XZ4 is going to look? Alleged glass panel leak says "yes"

Is this how the Sony Xperia XZ4 is going to look? Alleged glass panel leak says "yes"
About a month ago, we got our first good look at what the Sony Xperia XZ4 would allegedly look like. A phone that expands upon the design language of the XZ3, giving it a much lengthier display, super-thin bezels, and a triple camera on the back. The render we got a glimpse at is not official and is based on alleged leaked CAD schematics. But the leakster that provided them has a pretty good track record, so there's a fairly good chance we already know how the Sony Xperia XZ4 is going to look.

Today, another leak dropped, giving us a look at a front glass panel for the Xperia XZ4. And it looks pretty much identical to what the CAD renders from before showed us, so it reaffirms the previous information. A long, really long 21:9 aspect ratio display will adorn the phone's front, surrounded by an extremely thin frame.

Things of note: the bezels are super-thin, yet the top and bottom ones are not symmetrical, which might rub a lot of people the wrong way. The two holes we see next to the earpiece are probably not a dual selfie camera, nor a face recognition module — according to older leaks, these simply house a sensor and a single camera.

According to early leaks, the Xperia XZ4 will have a fingerprint scanner mounted on the side — nothing fancy like under-the-glass scanner, or enhanced face recognition. It's also expected to have a massive 3,900 mAh battery, which might put Sony back in the race for best battery life. And, of course, it'll pack the latest-and-greatest in hardware — a Snapdragon 855 and a probable 6 GB of RAM.

We expect to see the Sony Xperia XZ4 announced at MWC 2019 in this coming February.

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