Sony smartphone visits GFXBench with 21MP rear camera, Android Oreo

The memory aspect of the device is taken care of by 4GB RAM along with 64GB of internal storage.

    If you thought Sony is done launching smartphones for this year, you are wrong. A new handset carrying the model name Sony H4233 has recently visited the GFXBench database. So apparently the Japanese company has a new smartphone for us in store.

    Sony smartphone visits GFXBench with 21MP rear camera, Android Oreo

    Judging from the specifications, the device is likely to be a large-screened smartphone carrying mid-range internals. As per the GFXBench listing, the Sony H4233 will come with a 6-inch display with a screen resolution of 1920×1080 pixels. Under the hood, it is equipped with an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor running at 2.2GHz and coupled with an Adreno 508 graphics chip.

    The memory aspect of the device is taken care of by 4GB RAM along with 64GB of internal storage. It is not mentioned whether the storage space can be further expanded or not.
    On the optics front, the handset features a 21MP rear-facing primary snapper as well as a 15MP selfie camera. Both the cameras are said to support 4K video recording, which is usual for Sony smartphones.

    Sony smartphone visits GFXBench with 21MP rear camera, Android Oreo

    Moving forward, the Sony H4233 is shown running Android 8.0 Oreo right out of the box, just like the newly launched Sony Xperia XZ1 and Xperia XZ1 Compact.

    Well, this is pretty much everything that has been revealed by the GFXBench listing. The possible release date and pricing of the smartphone is not known. That being said, we expect more information regarding the Sony H4233 to surface in the coming days.

    There is another possibility though. Sony was speculated to announce the Xperia X1 smartphone at the IFA 2017. However, the company launched Xperia XZ1, Xperia XZ1 Compact, and Xperia XA1 Plus. So the Sony H4233 could be the same device as Xperia X1. However, this is just our assumption, with no solid evidence to back it up.

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