As you all may be aware, it’s not every day we see a Sony flagship device pass through the FCC on its way to America. Most of the time, even if a Sony device does hit our shores, it is months after Europe and Asia has access, and carrier exclusivity takes its tole on most people who are even interested to begin with.
This week, it appears that the Xperia Z3 from Sony has already hit the FCC, en route to an unknown carrier here in the US. Curiously, the Xperia Z3 has yet to be made official from Sony, with previous signs pointing to the device being announced at IFA in September.
Reported specs are quite healthy, with the Xperia Z3 rumored to feature a Snapdragon 805 processor, about a 5.2″ display (no word on QHD or FHD resolution), a 20.7MP rear-facing camera, and should ship with no less than Android 4.4.4.
Unfortunately, the FCC filing does not offer much to look at, besides a poor skeletal rendering. Once more information is known, we will be sure to share.
If the Xperia Z3 was to hit the four major carriers, would a Sony-made flagship tempt you from your current handset? Throw your thoughts below in the comments.