Thanks to a series of leaked photos from about a week ago, we managed to catch a glimpse of what appeared to be the upcoming Sony Xperia E4, the successor to 2014’s Xperia E3. Based on the photos it looks like Sony went with a new design for the Xperia E4, but given that none of this is official it’s hard to tell if they’re the real deal.
That being said if you’re looking for more “evidence” that the photos are the real deal, Polish website Teleguru (via Gizmobolt) has actually uploaded an entire hands-on review of the device. Now we can’t be sure if this means that the handset was released in Poland or if Teleguru got their hands on a leaked copy of the handset or maybe they just broke the embargo, but there are plenty of photos to enjoy.
The hands-on review also appears to confirm some of the specs that we had heard about previous, which includes a 5-inch 540×960 display, a MediaTek MT6582 quad-core processor clocked at 1.3GHz, 1GB of RAM, a 5MP rear-facing camera, and yes it looks like the design has changed rather drastically from the Xperia E3 which we saw in the earlier photos.
There is a chance we could be learning more about the device come CES 2015 which is when Sony typically has new products to announce and share, but in the meantime here are some photos that you can check out.