Past few months, rumors about the Sony have been swirling around claiming that the Sony is ditching the Omni Balance design. The company was using such design since 2013. It is also rumored that the upcoming smartphones will be full-screen design, which is obvious because every other company is doing that and Sony is lagging back. Let’s talk about the Sony Xperia Smartphone design, which looks quite different from the existing Xperia smartphones.
The photo (not render) shows the phone has less rounded corners, and the two-tone design looks pretty cool. If we look closely, the back of the phone looks weird because of the position of two cameras, separated by the LED flash in the middle. The remaining portion is glossy, with Xperia logo at the center.
Another phone on the left side, seems quite normal, with rounded edges, two cameras at the top right corner accompanied by LED flash on the middle, and fingerprint sensor at the center of the phone. However, other features are still unknown about this phone.
The front views show that the screen is surrounded by thin bezels, major portion occupied by the screen itself. At the top, we can see the speaker in the middle and a selfie camera at the right side of the phone and dual front-facing speakers too.
The rumors also claim that the phone will feature a 5.5-inch display, powered by Snapdragon 845 SoC and 6 GB of RAM. The phone might come with 128GB of internal storage, and obviously, it will run on Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box. It is said that the phone (weird looking) will have a fingerprint scanner embedded under the screen.
Those two could be unveiled in upcoming World Mobile Congress 2018. Usually, the Japanese tech giant waits for such events to launch their smartphones.