Japanese tech giant, Sony seems to be working on something big this time as the latest devices hit the online world for the first time. The first device comes with the model number D6503 and is probably the company's upcoming flagship smartphone for this year. The information and images of the device comes courtesy of the XDA developer.
Moreover, another flagship device which comes with a model number D6603 from Sony has also hit the AnTuTu benchmark site at the same time. The former one is speculated to be the successor of the Xperia Z1 handset which comes with massive 21MP rear camera.
The D6503 model looks pretty similar to the Xperia Z1 smartphone from last year. While the difference is that the new one comes with a comparatively thinner bezel. Speculations are that this model would incorporate a 5.2-inch display into the same frame size.
Apart from these, there are several other visible features that can be seen in the alleged images. The bottom of the phone has three larger speaker holes as opposed to the fine speakers found in the Xperia Z1.The micro USB port sits on the left side along with the SIM slot. The right side has room for a micro SD slot.
Other common features between the new leaked model and Xperia Z1 are placement of power button, volume rocker, dedicated camera key, magnetic pins, headphone jack and even the LED notification light, rear camera placement. However, the images doesn't reveal any of the specs of he device and no word on the camera features as well. But hopes are high on the same 21MP camera.
While the Sony D6603 which has showed up at the AnTuTu Benchmarks shows a prototype image of the handset covered with aluminum chassis and glass back. It has managed to score respectable 32996 points in AnTuTu Benchmark, which means it is surely a flagship phone as well. According the the XDA user, the phone will run on Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean) OS and will feature a 20.7-megapixel rear camera. You can also see a SIM card slot, micro USB slot, Volume rocker, power button and a dedicated camera shutter button.
Both these smartphone models are anticipated to officially make its debut at the MWC 2014 next month. But the company has not formally spoken about the device as of now, nor the specs and the prices of these devices are out yet.
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