As we all are looking out for the Korean giant, Sony to roll out the Sony Xperia Z3 and Xperia Z3 Compact at the IFA event this September2014, surprisingly there are hints of a third handset joining the launch pad lineup up of new smartphones — and apparently it’s a big’un.
This week GFXBench listed a handset featuring the moniker Sony D2203 and having a sizable 6.1-inch display, but a disappointingly low 854×480 resolution. With that it will sport a pixel density of 161ppi, which won’t let things look great on screen. The smartphone is surely big on screen and small on specs. Packed with that low resolution screen, may come a 1.2GHz Snapdragon 400 quad-core processor and 1GB of RAM which makes it quite clear that the device won’t be targeted at the top end of the market.
It may also sport a 5MP rear facing camera, VGA quality front snapper, mere 4GB of internal storage and will probably run Android 4.4.2. The firm had recently announced the 5.3-inch, mid-range Xperia T3, so this smartphone won’t be the first big screen smartphone from the company to dip outside the high-end bracket.
Presently not much had been divulged and there’s no guarantee that the details provided here are correct, or even whether the smartphone will ever see the light of day, but it gives us something else to keep an eye out for at IFA 2014.
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