All the top-tier smartphone makers have been furiously working towards making more numbers of a entry-level and mid-range handsets. At least the recent BlackBerry Kopi a supposed low-end smartphone leaked online touting a textured back panel and a Q5 like design, suggests that much. And now Sony's mid-range smartphone has also surfaced online.
The Japanese premium smartphone maker Sony's supposed mid-range smartphone has been leaked online via Indonesia's equivalent of the FCC, POSTEL. The device with a model number D5103 has been listed on the site. But this is not the first time that the model has been sighted online. Back in February, the unannounced handset was also spotted on the GFX Benchmark database. It is reportedly said that the D5103 is Sony Xperia G, a mid-range model that was leaked back in February.
According to the GFX Benchmark site, the Sony D5103 is reportedly going to be released with Android 4.4.2 under the hood, powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor with the Adreno 330 handling graphics. The device will carry a 4.8 inch screen with resolution of 720 x 1280. Back and front facing cameras weigh in at 8MP and 1.3MP (or higher) respectively. The features of the camera include autofocus, face detection, LED flash, HDR and touch to focus. Don't expect it to be any sort of a waterproof or a dustproof smartphone like other Sony handsets.
Unfortunately there is not full specs sheet available as of now, but from whatever has been known so far, the upcoming Sony handset looks like it will be very similar to the Moto G smartphone. No details on pricing and availability is out as of now.
The device can be expected to be launched soon.