Sony Xperia Z3+: First Look

By Team Digit | Updated Jun 26 2015
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Japanese smartphone maker Sony has launched its latest flagship in the country today. The Sony Xperia Z3+ sits at the top end of Sony's portfolio and will take on devices like the Samsung Galaxy S6, HTC One M9+ and others. In case you're wondering, this is the same phone that is called the Xperia Z4 in Japan.

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The overall design of the smartphone is pretty much the same as the Xperia Z3 smartphone, except that the Xperia Z3+ is slimmer and lighter than its predecessor.

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The Xperia Z3+ is only 6.3 mm thick, similar to many other smartphones today.

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There's of course a metal frame around the Sony Xperia Z3+.

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Surprisingly, Sony is still sticking to a 1080p display. Even though it is good, it is no Samsung.

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There's also an ambient display feature, which is identical to Xiaomi's recently unveiled Sunlight Display technology.

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On the back is a 20.7MP rear camera, which is the same as the Z3, but Sony says it has made some changes to the software.

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On the front is a 5MP camera, which again is the same as the Xperia Z3.

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The Xperia Z3+ runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 SoC along with 3GB of RAM.

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The device has 32GB storage, which can be expanded to 128GB.

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The Xperia Z3+ runs on a 2930 mAh battery, which according to Sony, is a 'market leading' battery.

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The capless USB port that Sony had introduced with the Xperia M4 Aqua makes an appearance in the Xperia Z3+ as well. The phone is of course still waterproof.

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The Xperia Z3+ runs on Android Lollipop and Sony confirmed that it will be upgraded to Android M. The device has been priced at Rs. 55,990 and starts selling from today onwards.

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