It’s virtually impossible for smartphone makers to plug all the leaks concerning unannounced products today. The latest leak offers up some specifications that are supposed to be seen in the Sony Xperia M Ultra smartphone when it launches. You’ll want some salt with you as always with leaks that land on Weibo or any other social network.
The leakster claims that the device will have a 6-inch full HD super narrow bezel display. That screen is said to feature IPS-Neo, 120Hz refresh rate, WhiteMagic, and Triluminos tech inside. The rear camera is interesting and is described as a 23MP dual camera with a 24mm F2 OSS lens and a 75mm F2.2 OSS lens.
The front camera is a beefy one too with 16MP resolution and a 25mm F2 OSS lens. That should make for nice selfies. Power is tipped as coming from a large 4280 mAh internal battery with quick charge 3.0. The chipset under the hood is listed as a Snapdragon 652 paired with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. Charging is done by USB Type-C and the smartphone has a fingerprint sensor. Again, these are all rumors at this point and all or none of them could prove true.
Recently Sony smartphone fans have been able to download the Android Marshmallow update for the Xperia Z2 and Z3 devices. That update was originally only offered for beta program participants, but this week has been made available for all smartphone users. OTA notifications will be given, but many are able to get the update using a manual upgrade process right now. The Marshmallow update adds some cool new features that users will appreciate. Yesterday we also heard that the Xperia X Premium would be the first smartphone with an HDR display.