Sony Lavender Live Photos Leaked, Selfie Camera Details Revealed

    Earlier this month we had revealed the front panel and the specifications of the selfie-centric, Sony phone codenamed as 'Lavender'. Leaked photos of the next flagship from Sony has been in the spotlight for quite some time now and yet again, photos focusing on the upper front portion of the device has been leaked again.

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    Sony Lavender Live Photos Leaked, Selfie Camera Details Revealed

    Mid-ranger's new images showcasing alleged Sony Lavnder's front-panel, is expected to make its official debut at some point next month.

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    Latest images fall in line under a leaked render of the device from last week, and are said to be taken from a production unit and confirms Sony Lavener‘s bezel-less display setup. The images also offer a closer look at the upper front-portion on the device, and indeed show its selfie camera with a LED flash as well.

    Sony Lavender Live Photos Leaked, Selfie Camera Details Revealed

    So far we haven't gotten any photos of the back or the sides of the device but the device is said to pack an octa-core Mediatek MT6752 chipset clocked in at 1.7GHz, 2GB of RAM, 13 Megapixel Sony IMX240 units on the front and back.

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    The phone will run Android Lollipop 5.0 upon launch and is believed to be set for an announcement sometime next month.

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