A new Sony smartphone spotted at GFXBench; features Snapdragon 820 and 3GB of RAM

Since the start of this year, Sony has been re-designing their lineup via some big decisions. A major decision we saw was the of ending the Xperia Z series and introducing an Xperia X series instead. This new high-end series includes some amazing smartphones including Xperia X and Xperia X Performance. In addition to the X series, Sony also recently introduced the XA series.

Apparently a new addition to any of the above mentioned series might be ready for an announcement. Just recently, a new smartphone, Sony 24UJ95LH34QX77B1, surfaced of the GFXBench database. From what is apparent from the listing, the smartphone is a high-end device with hardware matching with the aforementioned Xperia X Performance.

This mystery smartphone sports 5.1-inches 1920 x 1080 resolution display. According to information provided by GFXBench, the device will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC. In addition to that, 3GB of RAM is available in the memory department. Moving on to the camera sensors, a 21 megapixel camera is placed on the rear side of the handset while a 12 megapixel shooter is available for selfies and video chats.


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This must be mentioned that the flagship smartphone by Sony, Xperia X Performance, sports 5.0-inches, making it 0.1 inches smaller than the mystery smartphone. However, considering the fact that GFXBench specification readings are obtained from the device’s internal variables (which are prone to errors), the 0.1-inch might just be a small glitch. On the other hand, the Xperia X Performance features 23 megapixel rear shooter and 13 megapixel selfie camera.


After analysing the benchmark listing, this can be said that the smartphone in question bears minor difference to the Xperia X Performance. This leads to speculations that the latter might just be a modified variant of the flagship, bound for some specific regions. We’ll update you as soon as the topic develops. So stay tuned guys.

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