Sony recently unveiled the Xperia Z4, Xperia A4 is actually the same size as the Z3 Compact and inherits indeed of much of its data sheet. The company’s new mid-range offering, Though this is an NTT DoCoMo. Want to know more? The next few lines should interest you. And its features make it the successor to the Xperia Z3 Compact, One of the best Android smartphones of the 2014. With a 4.6-inch screen diagonal and remains plastic. Its design changes very little: only the edges and corners of the housing are rounded slightly. The device weighs the same, but it is slightly larger (128 x 66 x 9.1 mm while the Xperia Z3 Compact measuring 127 x 65 x 8.6 mm).
Be careful though, because it is very far from equaling the Z4 or Z3 in terms of finishes. No glass, not metal, its hull is made entirely of plastic. A terminal which is positioned instead on the midrange.
Specifications are Correct, But not Memorable
The Xperia A4 is well equipped with a 4.6 inch screen capable of displaying 720p HD type definition, and therefore the 1280 × 720 Dimension. This gives a pixel density of 319 dpi. On the sidelines, it will also count on a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor clocked at 801 2.5GHz, with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of expandable storage (up to 128 GB).
Good point, however, the A4 enjoys a IP6X certification and it will be able to withstand water and splashing. It is also equipped with the new micro USB port, developed by the firm. The user will no need to put a cover to preserve the tightness of the unit. The Xperia A4 is still water resistant (IP6X) as Z3 compact, but it is now equipped with a new waterproof micro-USB port that does not need to hide. It remains armed with the Snapdragon processor from 801 to 2.5 GHz, Specifications are correct, but not memorable.
On the sidelines, Otherwise, it also offers WiFi 802.11ac chip, a chip Bluetooth 4.0 with APT-X, GPS/GLONASS. And rotates with the latest version 5.0 of Android (Lollipop). Sony promises up to 3 days of autonomy on internal 2600 mAh battery (not removable) with STAMINA mode.
The rear camera sensor is still the same: a 20.7-megapixel Exmor RS, opening up to f / 2.0, with image editing, this time renamed “Bionz for mobile,” able to mount the ISO to 12800. And front camera 2.2 megapixel. In short, nothing really new Xperia Xperia A4 compared to the Z3 Compact, if not a slightly modified design.