After ditching the OmniBalance design, Sony has been leaked quite a number of times with its plausible design for 2018 flagship smartphones. And truth be said, instead of offering possible features, the leaks we have come across offer some stylish design aesthetics. On contrary, sources claim that most of leaks and renders didn’t portray any evident features, instead just revealed the model names of the devices. Now, as we are coming closer to the next year, the rumor mill seems to be concentrating on the Japanese tech giant and its product line up of smartphones.
Scientific and Industrial Research Institute of Malaysia, SIRIM, has sourced us a new and fresh information on Sony’s upcoming smartphone, the Sony H4233. The rolled out leak further reveals that this Sony H4233 smartphone will debut the tech universe as the Xperia XA2 Ultra. Being the successor to Xperia XA1 Ultra, the Sony‘s H4233 is set to come with some great features.
Already seeing the lights of benchmarking site, Sony H4233 was earlier spotted on GFXBench database. The phone was reported to come with a mammoth 6-inch full HD display alongside feature a screen resolution of 1,280×1,080 pixels, and 5 finger gesture support.
Underneath its hood, this Sony smartphone is expected to house the octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor running at 2.2GHz. The chipset will be coupled with Adreno 508 GPU and 4GB of RAM. The device will come with a native storage of 64GB capacity, of which 43GB will be available to users, but we have no clue on whether or not it will be further expandable.
On the optics front, the Sony H4233 will come with a whopping 21MP autofocus camera on the rear panel alongside will also feature an LED flash. Other features also include face detection, autofocus, HDR photo, touch focus, and flash. Up front, there’s a 16MP camera. The cameras will offer a support for 4K video recording. The Sony H4233 will run the Android 8.0 Oreo operating system, out of the box. Besides NFC and Wi-Fi, other connectivity features include Bluetooth, GPS, and so on.
Sensors onboard include the Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Light Sensor, and Pedometer. As per other reports, Sony has started sending out the media invites already in order to let know about the event at Consumer Electronics Show (CES) next year, which is scheduled for January 8, in Las Vegas.