Leaked Sony C series smartphone successor pics surface

Everyday there are more and more leaked images of smartphones that hit the internet. The latest leak is an unannounced Sony device that might be a follow-up up to the C series of devices as evidenced by the front flash for improved selfies in low light conditions. We don't know much about this leaked device other than it has a 6-inch screen.

That screen size might indicate it would be called the C6 if it lands on the market. The smartphone is tipped to be in testing now and has a dual SIM card slot according to the leak. The smartphone is also said to have minimal side bezels and to use a MediaTek chip inside. The leak came by way of Baidu and that is about all we know for now.

Sony smartphone fans using the Xperia Z2, Z3, and Z3 compact can get an update to Android Marshmallow now, assuming you are on one of the models of those devices that were in the beta program. The Marshmallow rollout began earlier this week and is making its way to users around the world. Part of this update brings the Camera 2.0.0 user interface and the February Android security patch.

The last major smartphone we got our mitts on for a review was the Xperia Z5 and the big feature for that smartphone was the camera. The big draw to this smartphone camera is that it has an image sensor along the same size as you would find in many budget compact digital cameras. It also rocked 23MP resolution. If you are serious about taking the best pictures of your lunch possible, the Z5 might be the smartphone for you. Our review of the device is in different parts, part one focusing on the camera is here. Other parts will be published soon.

SOURCE: Xperia Blog