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Don’t Expect the Debut of the Sony Xperia Z4 at CES as the MWC Event is More Likely

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Sony is always one of the biggest players at the annual CES event in Las Vegas, and the 2015 event which starts today looks to be no different. One of the biggest announcements many analysts would come from Sony during this year’s Consumer Electronics Show is an announcement on the Sony Xperia Z4. Some have been speculating that Sony would make the official Sony Xperia Z4 release announcement sometime during the event, and others have said they would not.

The speculation has been huge to say the least, and typically this is what Sony does best. A cliff-hanger so to speak to keep all of us on the edge of our seats is truly working, patiently awaiting any official Sony announcement.

Sony Xperia Z4 Release Announcement

We have been speculating for months now that the Sony Xperia Z4 release announcement would not come at CES, but instead would come at the MWC event in March. There has been a great deal of strong speculation that the Xperia Z4 release date wouldn’t come until late March to early April. If so, the official Xperia Z4 release date announcement is more likely to come at the Mobile World Congress event versus the CES event starting today.

Only time will tell and with the CES event starting this morning in Las Vegas, we should have much more info on the Xperia Z4 very soon. Other news we are hoping to see more about is if there will be two Xperia Z model smartphones released this year. In previous years, Sony has graced us with two smartphone releases per year, but this is expected to change here in 2015.

Prior history would lead us to believe that both a Sony Xperia Z4 release and a Sony Xperia Z5 would be seen this year, but we have reason to believe that both will not. As recent rumors Sony rumors suggest that they are likely to turn to a more conventional release date schedule, the Xperia Z5 may not debut until the second quarter of next year.

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