Sony’s Xperia Z5+ to run 4K X-Reality software, lends weight to 4K display rumour

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Moving away from Samsung articles, here we have a report that Sony could bring a new version of its display software called X-Reality to its upcoming Xperia smartphones. While that news isn’t exactly enthralling, another small factoid has reared its head that is much more exciting; in that a version of the display software is called 4K X-Reality. This lends further credence to the rumour that the upcoming Xperia Z5+ (S70+) may actually carry a 4K display.

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Sony starts pushing out update for the Xperia M4 Aqua in Asia and Europe to fix overheating issues

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Sony is currently rolling out an update for the dual-SIM variant of the Xperia M4 Aqua in Asia and Europe to fix the heating issues that some users have been experiencing. This bumps the build number up to 26.1.B.2.102 and comes a couple of weeks after the company acknowledged that the integrated Snapdragon 615 chipset was the reason for the devices overheating problem.

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New images leak of the Xperia Z5 and Z5 Compact

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We’ve known for a while now that Sony is gearing up to refresh its Xperia Z lineup later this year and today brings the second batch of credible images with what the Chinese company may have in store for us.

Using the same strategy as last year, the manufacturer is believed to be launching a couple of devices — one flagship and one ‘Compact’ version. This time we’re looking at the Xperia Z5 and Xperia Z5 Compact.

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Sony’s IFA 2015 press conference is on September 2nd

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Sony may have just announced its ‘super mid-range’ Xperia M5 and gargantuan C5 Ultra smartphones, but that doesn’t mean the Japanese electronics company is anywhere near finished updating its line-up of devices. While we believe that the Xperia Z5 will be unveiled at the IFA in Berlin next month, Sony has confirmed its presence at the trade show via a tweet sent by its Italian subsidiary. Read more