A month ago, unverified speculations asserted that Sony would uncover another leader gadget amid its Mobile World Congress question and answer session on February 27. This will obviously accompany a 4K display, so it ought to be the successor of the Xperia Z5 Premium from 2015, which itself had a 4K board.
However, the most recent upgrade recommends that Sony would save the dispatch of the codenamed Sony Yoshino for some other time. Which implies, as per the present estimation, Sony will reveal just four gadgets at the MWC 2017.
It's speculated that Samsung is the reason for the postponement. Notwithstanding that 4K show, the new smartphone will probably convey some top of the line tech, including Qualcomm's up and coming Snapdragon 835 processor. Be that as it may, as announced a week ago, Samsung is accumulating the supply of these chips for its Galaxy S8 phone.
Rival handset manufacturers such as Sony may need to wait if they want to equip the new Xperia top of the line products with the new chip or utilize more established Qualcomm SoCs. Both the LG G6 and HTC U Ultra, for instance, are believed to feature a Snapdragon 821.
Sony might just show models of this gadget to its accomplices in mystery gatherings at the show. While this is all only hypothesis, if the many reports guaranteeing that Samsung is accumulating the greater part of the Snapdragon 835 chipsets in the initial production for its Galaxy S8 are valid, then this might be the reason Sony isn't launching the Xperia Z5 Premium successor at MWC.
The smartphone has been speculated to have the Snapdragon 835, as a 2017 flagship ought to, however, it would be great for Sony to report it in February if it can only begin offering the smartphone in May-June. The Xperia Z5 Premium successor is likewise anticipated to have a 4GB or 6Gb of RAM and a Sony IMX400 camera sensor.