Over the past few weeks, it was reported that that Sony is working on a successor for the Xperia Z1 and that the new handset will be officially introduced later this month at Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona. Leaked photos and specs of the smartphone known as Sony Xperia Z2, Sony Sirius, or Sony D6503 have leaked over the past few weeks, but now we get to see the terminal detailed in a 12-minute video.
The detailed Youtube video shows off how Sony's next-gen flagship looks like and gets us trough most menus of the new KitKat-based UI developed by Sony for the Xperia Z2. As you can see in the video below, Sony Sirius uses the same design language introduced last year by the Xperia Z1. Still, it's easy to notice that the handset has redesigned port covers and different dimensions when compared to the Xperia Z1 and Xperia Z.
On the other hand, the interface looks like an updated version of the Timescape UI Sony used so far for its Jelly Bean-powered high-end smartphones.
The rumor mill speculates that the Sony Xperia Z2/Sirius would pack a 5.2-inch full HD screen, while the processing tasks will be handled by a Snapdragn 800 MSM8974AB SoC. Sources close to the Japanese phone maker suggested that D6503 would arrive with 3 GB of RAM, and 21 MP camera with 4K video recording capabilities.
If the rumors prove true, we might get to see the Sony Xperia Z2 in flesh later this month, when Mobile World Congress 2014 will open its gates for the public.