Sony has been making constant efforts to attack Samsung in every major front-be it in the tablet or smartphone space.
With the Xperia Z1, Sony hasn't stopped Samsung to sell plenty of Galaxy Note 3 in the worldwide handset marketplace.
However, Sony is still struggling to sell enough big ticket handsets in the market.
Come CES 2014, Sony will once again try to prove its hardware capability with an outrageous smartphone.
Sources close to GSMArena revealed that the Japanese giant might come with a high-end phone at the CES tech show, currently happening in Los Angeles, USA. The report further stated that Sony would be launching at least two big ticket handsets this year and one of them would be announced at the CES this week.
Sony's upcoming smartphone is codenamed Sirius, a 5.2-inch (2K) display having a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. The phone will be stuffed with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, backed by 3GB of RAM and a 20.7-megapixel rear facing camera. The device is expected to be running the Android 4.4 Kitkat. Further, the makers will add a 3,500mAh battery inside.
Meanwhile, Japanese giant is also rumored to announce another handset, codenamed Canopus, in May 2014. There is no word on the specs just yet.
Once again, Sony is trying to become more like Samsung when it comes to handsets. The leaked Sirius might be similar to Samsung's Galaxy S5, a sequel to Galaxy 4 due at the Mobile World Congress (MWC), 2014.
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