Sony Lavander Photo Leak Reveal Smartphone’s Bezel-Less Display

    Earlier this month Sony gave consumers a first look at its latest-generation flagship device, the Xperia Z4. The company also unveiled the Xperia A4, a mid-end handset for Japan.

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    Sony Lavander Photo Leak Reveal Smartphone’s Bezel-Less Display

    We're all eagerly waiting to witness the launch of a Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge rival from Sony, and it looks like the handset could be launched later this year.

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    A new leak has provided some more information on a smartphone with a bezel-less screen. Twitter sensation @upleaks has posted an alleged picture of a handset dubbed "Sony Lavander," which shows off a brand new handset with a bezel-less screen.

    Codenamed Lavander, the phone is branded with Xperia logo. An image attached to the tweet gives us a glance at the phone itself, which looks like the ZTE Nubia Z9.

    Hardware-wise, the upcoming Sony Lavander is tipped to feature a Full HD 1080p display, 2 GHz octa-core ( MediaTek) ARM Cortex-A53 and an integrated modem.

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    We also heard recently that Sony is already working on the successor to the Xperia Z4. Reportedly, the device will come with an all new design, and will be specially targeted at the international market.

    As of now, Sony hasn't confirmed the final release details yet, but if it's similar to the Nubia Z9, expect it to debut in select Asian markets, in the coming days.


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