And yet they make shitty Z3 as their flagship without no major updates but they think they're much smarter by putting all that under a 6.2"
The specs are really awesome, but 6.2 inch? That is way too big. 5.5, or 5.7 inch should be the maximum unless you can make really small bezels as Sharp can.
Finally.. its been 2years now since I bought my first Sony Xperia phone and phablet (Xperia Z and Xperia Z ultra)...and since then everything was perfect.. i've been saving some money for 2years now waiting for the 64 bit SoC... and when this monster beast be comming out on the market, I will definitly put my savings and tame it ^_^
(P.S.) "R.I.P Note 4 ^_^"
GRR stop with the huge screen sizes!! Max 5.7, no more than that! LG G2 is the perfect size while maintaining compactness
Too bad, it won't be out till 2015, it will still be my first sony device, the spec is powerful
Shut up and take my money for this beast. Good bye all other brands specialy RIP iPhone 6 plus and Sammmy note 4
kamikazi, 01 Oct 2014poor sony never made an nexus !
i want 810 on nexus :(What do you meen? Why poor? Are you 11?
kamikazi, 01 Oct 2014poor sony never made an nexus ! i want 810 on nexus :(poor nexus never made of sony, see how ugly the moto made
kamikazi, 01 Oct 2014poor sony never made an nexus ! i want 810 on nexus :(Nexus? No mSD card slot + small battery? No thx
omg...is it the same device which popped up earlier in august ......this seems to be the same as it has same specs...6.2 inch display, 2k display,4 gb ram,snapdragon 810!!
That specs just killed Note 4.I wish screen could be less than 6 inches.
If they pull this off, they'll Rule the Android market. The only thing they need to to is to make it the next Nexus device, and to release a Google Play version(no Sony launcher).
Dave, 01 Oct 2014Quite a beast!I agree. These are the specs the Z3/Z3 Compact and the Galaxy Note 4 should be packing, then there would've been no question between the iPhone 6/6+ and these Android phones on which was more powerful. I can't wait till next year when Qualcomm will face stiff competition from Intel and their new 14nm chips, that way Qualcomm will be forced to sell their top end chips to OEMs. A monopoly, as it stands now, is never good.