While Sony hasn't spoken on the speculated April 2014 release date for the Xperia Z1 successor, Sony Xperia Z2, it's looking pretty good for camera lovers who hope to channel their inner photographer with the phone.
For starters, the Xperia Z2 is expected to have improvements and upgrades to exclusive camera apps like Info-Eye , International Business Times reported on Oct. 11, 2013. Speculations said Xperzia Z2 will allow users to save information even when they're not connected to the internet. Timeshift-Burst could also see improvements like an increase in frames and AR Effect is said to be adding video recording as an option.
Also, Sony could switch LED flash with Xenon flash--giving users brighter pictures, better flash range, less blurry images for pictures taken at night and much less noise in the picture. The cons to this are that it could take away from the battery life and make the phone bulkier. The phone is also rumored to have a Sony G lens that improves focus and lighting and could even feature a 3.5 MP front-facing camera.
A picture of the Android phone also supposedly leaked online. Check it out here. Compared to the Sony Xperia Z2, it has a bigger display screen. While it's said to be much thinner all around, predictions say customers will be able to use the phone underwater and it will be dust resistant.
Other features an include new software operating system, Android's 4.4KitKat which is scheduled to be released by the end of November 2013 and improved display screen.
Users can expect to pay more for the Xperia Z2 than they might have paid for the original version.