Two unnamed Sony Xperia smartphones have been leaked online, which reveals bezel-less display and more. The new Xperia phones might be unveiled on CES or MWC in the beginning of next year.
The renders, courtesy Vortex.ge, have been based on Sony's own design drafts. There was only one major smartphone brand, Sony that has not launched any bezel-less phone yet and has been continuing with the OmniBalance design which it started implementing in 2013.More news: Colon, breast, ovarian cancer survival rates lower in blacks than whites
One of the two phones comes with less rounded corners and features a two-tone design at the back. On the back is a very unique looking curved matte and glossy surface, with the matte regions forming semicircles at the top and bottom. The two camera modules are oddly spread apart, which probably means one is just a depth sensor as this much spacing would result in much larger parallax for any other arrangement. A leaked spec sheet of the Sony device with model number H854 suggests that the phone could come with a 5.7-inch 4K HDR display, 3,420mAh battery, 4GB RAM, 64GB of internal storage, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, GLONASS, NFC, and a USB Type-C port. Sony is yet to confirm any of these reports. The phones are also reported to be one of the first devices to be powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor.
On the back panel, one could see a combination of metal and glass (on the left).More news: Former UNLV football coach Ron Meyer dies at 76
The other Xperia handset is also expected to sport dual front-facing speakers and a dual rear camera setup. This device seems to be the 2018 flagship smartphone from Sony. The glass bodied Xperia is much more familiar to Sony fans, and while the fingerprint sensor doesn't show up on the rear (or front), it's likely built into the power button on the side as is the usual case - though GizChina, who leaked the pictures, says it will be under the glass. The interesting bit doesn't stop there as the it appears that Sony will finally ditch the side-mounted fingerprint scanner in favor of a rear-mounted sensor, something that could allow U.S. users to finally enjoy using this feature.
We know that Sony is finally planning to change the design of its phones, and we might have just got our first look at what that change will involve.More news: Shares Of Bristol-Myers Squibb Company (BMY) sold By LEUNG SANDRA
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