Lately, several sources are talking about the fact that Sony might launch a bigger Xperia device called Xperia Z5 Plus. As its name suggest, this phone will pack a larger display (at least over 5.2 inches), and thereby it will be found on the market as a phablet. With these models we also expect to see devices like Xperia Z5 and Z5 Compact.



Even if we have to wait a while until September, month when Sony might launch these three devices at IFA in Berlin, today our curiosity is aroused by a first 3D render of this Xperia Z5 Plus. Apparently, according to an UAProof file leaked recently, this phone will bring a screen with 4K Ultra HD resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels.

As you can notice, the phone rendered above comes with the same old OmniBalance design that seems to be very appreciated by the Japanese company. In spite of the fact that this design language doesn’t look bad, consumers are getting bored to see it on almost every Sony phone. Beside the design, we’re able to see that Xperia Z5+ packs a fingerprint scanner under the power button placed on the right side.


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