Images have appeared of the Sony Xperia Z1, which offer professional quality shots of the mobile phone for the first time.
With the IFA 2013 just 48 hours away, it's no surprise that more images are appearing of the array of handsets that are expected to make their debut at the international event.
According to Xperia Blog, the images show the new slimline flagship device in 'final hi-res' quality. The website says the shots came from an unnamed source thought to be connected to an Asian retailer.
The pictures show the two-tone metal frame with its microSD card slot and the 'G Lens logo' on the back, which suggests the company's new camera technology. You can also make out the Sony power button, unusual volume rocker and camera trigger on the sides of the handset.
It is thought that the Sony Xperia Z1 will bring the Android 4.3, a 20-megapixel camera and a five-inch full HD display.
Posted by Simon Thomas