Sony is likely to unleash its new flagship smartphone at MWC 2018 event. Along with Sony, many other top brands are planning to unveil top-range smartphone. Here we are talking about the Sony’s rumored flagship Sony Xperia XZ Pro. Ahead of the launch, few images of the alleged Xperia XZ pro surfaced online. These schematics reveal the front and rear end of the upcoming device. This is the same smartphone that even appeared in the HTML benchmark test that reveals key specs.
In order to compete with the popular rivals like Samsung Galaxy S9, it should follow the current smartphone trend. One of the present key features is 18:9 display. From the leaked images, the front panel of the Sony Xperia XZ Pro reveals bezel-less display. On the right side of the earpiece, there is a selfie camera. The rear end houses the dual camera setup. From the leaked schematics, it is likely that the Xperia XZ Pro may feature dual front-facing speakers.
Gizchina showcased the screenshot of the benchmark test result of the smartphone Sony Xperia XZ Pro with the model number H8116. The specifications on the page show that the alleged handset will be running on the Android 8.1 Oreo and boasts the screen resolution of 848 X 424 pixels. There is even a chance of ditching the Omnibalance design that it has been using since 2013. It may feature the trending full-screen design.
Under the hood, it may pack in Snapdragon 845 chipset, a dual rear camera of 18MP and 12MP, 13MP front shooter, and 64GB/128GB of storage variants. After unveiling the handset at MWC in Barcelona, it may hit the market in June. Along with this, rumors mill around about other alleged handsets Sony Xperia XZ2 Pro and Sony Xperia XZ2 compact. To know about the confirmed details, we need to wait for the MWC event that is scheduled for February 26-March 1 at Barcelona, Spain.
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