Successor To Sony Xperia Z5 Showing Up At MWC 2017

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Sony is going to be taking to the stage at the MWC on 27 February and it is looking as though they are not going to show off a new flagship handset.

The Sony Yoshino device as it has been dubbed was leaked out and it is said to be arriving with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor and a display that is 4K. There isn’t any point to the device making its way out at the MWC as the new Samsung Galaxy handset is arriving soon.

We have heard that Samsung could be hoarding all the chips for themselves and so there wouldn’t be any left for the Sony handset. Indeed many handsets are going to suffer from lack of processors being available.

While Sony isn’t showing off the Sony Xperia Z5 successor the device is said to be going to be there however it will be behind closed doors. We are expecting the phone maker to show off four mid-range devices and these have the names of BlancBright, Hinoki, Keyaki and Mineo.

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