Xperia Z5: Sony’s Upcoming Premium Flagship Gets Shown Off On Video

Yet unannounced smartphone from the Japanese firm meant to make its debut until later this week, but that hasn’t stopped someone leaking it on this video. The Sony Xperia Z5 in two-minute video showing off some of the flagships better features and we got details of such.


The story of the leaked video goes like an interview between jornalist from French site Clubic, and a Sony media rep, who spends the action running through the inclusions of Sony’s three new phones: the Z5 Compact, standard Z5, and another one with 5.5-inch Z5 Premium.

Few details of the Z5 had been already and previously rumored are little more confirmed, as all three handsets will have fingerprint sensors in the side, 23MP camera units with improved AutoFucus (AF), and Sony’s traditional waterproofing and boxy Omiun design. While the Z5 Premium interestingly has a 4K screen.

Display with 3840 x 2160 4K pixels resolution on Z5 Premium (rumored) will get a pixel density score of about 800 PPI, which is far beyond when compared to most other falsghips smartphones, which run around 300-400 ppi (pixels per inch).

Leaked videos and rumors need to be taken with a grain of salt and in some kind of strap a 4K screen device like Samsung’s Gear VR. Stay tuned until Wednesday, becuase on that date all will be revealed, officially.