Sony Xperia Z3 and QX1 Lens Camera Leaked in Images Ahead of Launch

Sony Xperia Z3 and QX1 Lens Camera Leaked in Images Ahead of Launch

While Sony is getting ready for its pre-IFA 2014 event on Wednesday, September 3, two of its anticipated launches - the Sony Xperia Z3 and new QX series lens-style cameras - have been leaked in a purported press render.

The images posted by Xperiablog on Tuesday are claimed to show the yet-to-be-announced Xperia Z3 flagship and 'QX1' lens-style camera with an E-Mount attachment. While the report doesn't feature any specifications for both the devices, it speculates that QX1 lens camera will use an Exmor APS-C sensor and 'some kind of pop-up flash.'


Last year at IFA, Sony had unveiled the Cyber-shot DSC-QX100 and DSC-QX10 lens-style cameras, which were later launched in India at Rs. 24,990 and Rs. 12,990 respectively.

This year, Sony is expected to unveil a range of new devices at its September 3 event, and if a previously tipped Sony press invite image is to be believed this could be more than one smartphone, a lens camera, speakers, a television, and some sort of stand.

So far, Sony is separately rumoured to launch three smartphones, two wearables, and a tablet at IFA 2014. Along with the previously rumoured Xperia Z3, Xperia Z3 Compact and Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact devices, a new report on Monday tipped Sony to launch the SmartWatch 3 and SmartBand Talk wearables at IFA 2014, alongside a budget smartphone offering dubbed Xperia E3 that is expected to retail between $200 (approximately Rs. 12,000) and $300 (approximately Rs. 18,000).

The Japanese giant has also released an official video teaser last week with numerous hints, followed by a teaser image on Sunday, suggesting water-resistance in at least one of the devices it will introduced at IFA, supporting immersion up to 2 metres.

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