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Hands-on images of Sony’s next flagships have been leaked

The official Xperia Z5 unveiling is right around the corner, so this may very well be the last leak we see for Sony’s next flagship. Confirming rumors that there will be three versions of the device, a batch of hands-on images have been leaked which give us our best look at the smartphones yet. As far as design goes, it’s all very familiar, which is expected coming from Sony, but it would still be nice to see some more dramatic changes. Aside from that, the hardware seems to align with rumors as well, so there’s nothing really new to see here aside from a clearer look at the devices themselves. 

We are gearing up for the IFA 2015 craze and Sony is expected to announce some of the most important devices at the event. Rumors have been going nuts about three devices coming from the Japanese manufacturer – the Sony Xperia Z5, Z5 Compact and Z5 Premium. We know you have already seen plenty of leaks, but there’s never too much, right? The announcement of these devices is expected to be tomorrow, and we have what may be the last look at these three handsets before Sony takes the stage in Berlin. The leak offers multiple images, showcasing variable angles from all Sony Xperia Z5 iterations. In all honesty, there is no remarkable aspects we haven’t seen before. On the back we can still see that classic, clean design with the word “Sony” engraved right in the middle. A tiny NFC logo is included above the branding, and there’s a 23 MP in the top-left corner. On the front we have the usual rectangular black slab look Sony has become so well-known for. Additionally, we can find the power button on the right side of all handsets (which doubles as a fingerprint reader), as well as the volume rocker and a dedicated camera button.

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