If you're a fan of both Verizon and Sony smartphones, this is not good news for you. The carrier just abruptly announced that it's canceling the release of the Xperia Z4v.
This handset was made official back in June as a Verizon-exclusive slightly improved version of the internationally-sold Xperia Z3+ and the Japan-only Xperia Z4. It was first supposed to go on sale in August, but that didn't happen. Its release then got pushed back to October, and here we are.
Verizon hasn't given a reason for its decision. It has, however, said that it will continue to have "ongoing discussions" with Sony for its future portfolio of devices. The Xperia Z4v was supposed to be a hero device for Sony in the US, a market in which it hasn't been very successful lately.
The Xperia Z4v would have had a 5.2-inch QHD touchscreen, 20 MP rear camera, Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 SoC at the helm, 3GB of RAM, and a 3,000 mAh battery.
sony decision ...vz has nothing to do...surely because of the z5 unvealing a z4v will only compete with the new z5 being for rule z4 cheaper but a better options due to 4k content is only avaliable for multimedia on z5 ..most of the time is 1080p a...
Verizon is just too slow.
Why would they release it internationaly now they're releasing the Z5 Compact, Z5 AND Z5 Premium?