Both handsets are expected to launch sometime in March, but specifics aren't known at this time.
Sony has long used its OmniBalance design, which put large bezels at the top and bottom of the device.
The Japanese phone maker, is going to release a flagship that, for real, will have a design that will breathe fresh air into the Xperia line.
Mr. Blass stated that the 5.7-inch Xperia XZ2 and the 5-inch XZ2 Compact have "largely the same features", with a few exceptions.
Unfortunately the publication does not reveal any more information about these three smartphones that will be presented by Sony, but past rumors indicate that at least two of them will be dedicated to the top-of-the-line market. The XZ2 comes in glossy finish, while its compact counterpart has a non-s tract polycarbonate finish.
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IT'S NOT JUST SAMSUNG who won't have many surprises in store at MWC, as Sony's flagship Xperia XZ and XZ Compact have leaked in full ahead of next week's tech expo.
Colours are apparently black, silver, green, and pink with Gorilla Glass 5 to protect the 4K screens.
Sony's press conference takes place on Monday 26 February and we can pretty confident in saying the two new flagship devices will be the stars of the show.
Sony's smartphone division's sprung a leak, as we've got an early-look at its upcoming Xperia phones: the Xperia XZ2 and XZ2 Compact. He also says that both phones will have rear fingerprint sensors like the Xperia XA2 and the XA2 Ultra - the sensor is now separate from the power button. There are a pair of stereo speakers on the front which will feature a haptic feedback system that'll sync vibrations with sounds and a fingerprint reader on the back.
The XZ2 packs a 3180-mAh battery that charges via USB-C and wireless technology (presumably Qi), while the XZ2 Compact uses a predictably smaller 2870mAh battery, and doesn't offer wireless charging. We'll see if any of these rumored specifications hold water come Sunday, and as always, keep it here at SlashGear for coverage of all the big announcements and reveals at MWC 2018.