IFA 2016: Sony to Launch New Xperia Smartphone Under 'X' Series

    As we all know, the Japnese handset maker Sony is planning to announce its next Xperia smartphone at the upcoming IFA 2016 event on September 1st.

    IFA 2016: Sony to Launch New Xperia Smartphone Under 'X' Series

    Purportedly called as Xperia XR or XZ, this smartphone with model number F8331 surfaced on the Internet a few weeks back. Ahead of its launch, the company has sent out the media invites teasing the various products as well.

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    As per the teaser image, the company might launch different device including, Playstation VR, speakers, Bluetooth handsets and much more.

    According to the leak, this smartphone comes with similar design aspect as that of the previously launched Xperia X. Moving on the specifications, the so-called Xperia XR might come with a 5.1-inch display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 paired with 3GB of RAM, 23MP/13MP camera package.

    Meanwhile, there is no information about the storage, battery, pricing as of now. Sony's press conference at IFA 2016 begins at 1PM CET (5:30 PM IST) on September 1st.

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    Also, the company, on the other hand, is planning to launch its Playstation 4 Neo at an event on September 7th in New York. As per the report, this gaming console will come with upgraded graphics, faster processor and also supports 4K contents.

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    Further, the so-called PS4 Neo is expected to come with a faster clock speed 2.1 GHz and have faster GDDR5 memory. Additionally, it is said to come with an 8GB GDDR5 memory with a higher bandwidth of 218GB/s instead of 174GB/s.

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