Alleged Sony Xperia Z3 sized up next to the original Samsung Galaxy Note

Alleged Sony Xperia Z3 sized up next to the original Samsung Galaxy Note

In past few weeks, we have seen the Sony Xperia Z3 a few times, and according to the information we have so far, it looks like a worthy successor to the Sony Z series. Xperia Z3 will be running a Snapdragon 801 chip with the latest version of Android. However, folks over at XperiaBlog managed to get their hands on some new pictures of the Xperia Z3, alongside the Samsung Galaxy Note.

Xperia-Z3-versus-Galaxy-Note1The picture above gives us an idea about the dimensions of the Z3, it’s almost equal to the original Galaxy Note, but a little less wider. Also, another picture is shared below which shows that Xperia Z3 will have slightly round edges unlike the predecessors.

Xperia-Z3-bottomDo you think the Xperia Z3 will be the best ‘Z’ yet? Let us know in the comment box below.

Source: XperiaBlog

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