Barely two weeks before Sony’s IFA press conference, alleged photos showing a dummy Xperia Z5 unit have hit the web. The latest pictures confirm that the Xperia Z5 will arrive with a design very similar to the Xperia Z3+, with only a few minor changes.
The pictures show the Xperia Z5 dummy unit inside a protective case, so not all design details can be seen clearly. From whatever that is clearly visible, it appears that Sony has made some minor design changes that could help differentiate the Z5 from the company’s current flagship smartphone the Xperia Z3+. The most significant difference is the new power button. Gone is the distinctive circular power button that we have now grown familiar to. Instead, we see a more old school shaped power button, with an embedded fingerprint scanner.
Complete specs of the Xperia Z5 haven’t been revealed yet but the smartphone is expected to arrive with a 1080p resolution display, Snapdragon 810 SoC, 3GB RAM, 32GB internal memory, and an upgraded rear camera.