Sony's latest high-end Android smartphone is the Xperia XZ3, officially introduced at IFA last week. The model announced there comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of expandable storage, but things will be different in one particular market.
We're talking about Taiwan. Sony's official Taiwanese spec page for the XZ3 clearly states it has 6GB of RAM, confirming various reports from local media.
For now it's unclear if this 6GB version of the XZ3 is headed anywhere else. Also a mystery is why the company didn't mention the two separate memory tiers at the phone's unveiling. That said, this isn't very surprising considering that its predecessor, the Xperia XZ2, shipped with 6GB of RAM in some Asian markets, and 4GB in other parts of the world.
The XZ3 pairs a 6-inch 1440x2880 P-OLED display with the Snapdragon 845 SoC, a 19 MP main camera, a 13 MP selfie shooter, and a 3,300 mAh battery. It runs Android 9 Pie. Read our hands-on review to learn more about it.
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