Japanese tech entity, Sony has been making headlines for a long time and now it seems that an upcoming device manufactured by the tech experts of the company just came into news. The Sony Xperia XZ Premium recently appears on the benchmarking website, GeekBench and the smartphone has acquired a Single-Core score of 1943 and a Multi-Core score of 5824.
The recently spotted smartphone on GeekBench by Sony is powered by the Snapdragon 835 chipset and runs on Android OS 7.1.1 version. The upcoming Xperia XZ Premium will hit the UK market on May 22 and the device is priced at £645 which would come up to $834.
The forthcoming smartphone by Sony got announced in September 2016 and since then the users have been actually wanting to get their hands on the device. The Xperia XZ Premium weighs 161 g and measures a dimension of 146 x 72 x 8.1 mm.
It has been pointed that the upcoming smartphone by Sony will bear a 5.2-inches display which would have a screen-to-body-ratio of 70.9% and would end up sporting a pixel resolution of 1080 x 1920. The Xperia XZ Premium has been reported to clock a GPU speed of Adreno 530. There could be two variants of the smartphone developed by Sony as one is said to feature an internal storage of 32GB and the other is expected to bear a 64GB internal space.
Talking about the camera of the Xperia XZ Premium, the rear camera of the device is predicted to sport a 23MP camera while the front-facing shooter of the Xperia XZ Premium is said to sport a 13MP camera. However, the forthcoming smartphone by the Japanese tech company could bear a battery capacity of 3,230mAh.
Apart from the Sony Xperia XZ Premium, the tech entity will be rolling out some more devices this year. Therefore, the users would certainly have a lot in store this time.