A new Sony smartphone with model number H8216 has just been spotted by tispters in the wild. Then again, the "signs" are certainly contradictory and confusing, with a 4K screen-touting model tipped to pack a Snapdragon 835 processor a few weeks back, and now a 1080p-limited version listed by an unknown source as featuring a Snapdragon 845 SoC.
As such, the likely outcome would be having the XZ2 coming with a different kind of offering while being based on the XZ1.
Sony is prepping an onslaught of the "all-screen", "bezel-less" club of 2017, it seems, as its alleged Xperia XZ2 design CAD has leaked out.
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Let's check out the full specifications of the upcoming Sony Xperia phone which have been revealed in the leaked screenshot.
Sony is trying to make a comeback in its smartphone series with a powerful and a completely redesigned flagship device set to be revealed next year.
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The smartphone will come with a 5.48 inches FHD display along with minimal bezels.
On the camera front, it's suggested that we'll see a 15-megapixel selfie camera with an f/2.0 aperture and Sony's own Exmor RS sensor. The device is expected to run Android 8.1 Oreo operating system out-of-the-box, and will be powered by a 3,130mAh battery, which will also support the Quick Charge technology. The handset will also boast the company's signature IP65/68 certification for dust and waterproofing. The leaked details note that Sony H8216 will feature a dual-camera setup at the rear comprising of two 12MP cameras.
Specs of a Sony flagship, codenamed H8216, appeared several days ago.
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